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This knowledge base is for developers, node operators, and those who want to learn more about the Radix project and distributed ledger technology.

If you are a developer who wants to learn how to build on the Radix Test Network, you can get started with your preferred choice of library:

The developer section will get you started with building on the Radix Test Network using client libraries with full break-downs on simple code examples for various use-cases that the Radix technology is suitable for. These are intended to give dApp developers a real-world understanding of the underlying logic and potential of the network in their development process.

If you want to run a Radix Node and connect to the Testnet go to the node runner section. It will walk you through the system requirements and dependencies of the docker container, as well as comprehensive step-by-step instructions which outline how to configure your network environment for running a Radix node and connecting to the Radix testnet.

The Node Client is not released yet. Subscribe to the node runners newsletter to get notified.

Download the Radix wallets and take them for a test drive on Mac, Windows, Linux and Android.

To learn more about the Radix project, its history, limitations of current distributed ledgers, its technical architecture and design philosophy start here.

This is a living document, and we encourage discussion and debate on our developer forum in order to improve and make it more usable in future revisions.