Thank you for your comment. The simple answer to your question is no. The MAX10 does not have the resources available for two separate copies of the soft ATmega328P microcontroller. However, we will soon be releasing a way for our users to have the ability to create their own custom XBs called Open XLR8. If your project does not require all the functionality of two soft ATmega328P cores, you may be able to program an XB that will provide the functionality you need. If your project only exercises specific parts of a core using a custom XB it will eliminate excessive overhead as opposed to using an entire second core.