The Tezos blockchain protocol is set to go live, even though it has been operating and used for trading its token since June.

The Tezos Foundation was scheduled to officially launch the protocol Monday. Its token supply is currently valued at more than $1 billion. According to CoinDesk, Tezos launched what was technically considered a beta blockchain version of its software at the end of June, and since then its XTZ tokens have been traded.

“We have been happy to see the network operating smoothly and efficiently over these last few months,” Ryan Jesperson of the Tezos Foundation told CoinDesk. Read more here.

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