The lightweight blockchain protocol Coda Protocol and LinkWen shared some project progress since its public testnet was launched one year ago. Coda Protocol stated that its project participants are geographically distributed, with members coming from more than 180 different countries and regions, and the community has achieved 1,200% growth. Coda Protocol has distributed tokens to more than 150 community members to ensure that when the Coda mainnet is launched, community members take the lead. Blockchain infrastructure service companies Bison Trails and Figment Networks contributed to the project development. Some blockchain developers consider deploying Coda to build snapshots or applications driven by snark when the mainnet starts. Chain note: Coda is a zero-knowledge proof using ZK-SNARKs to encapsulate the blockchain in a single, verifiable and lightweight proof protocol, which can compress the size of the blockchain from hundreds of GB to Only the size of a few tweets. Coda previously launched the Genesis funding program for 1,000 people, issuing 66,000 Coda tokens with a lock-up period of four years.