A lot of development has taken place on the Lisk platform ever since the rebranding in February 2018. About a month back, we reported on the state of development at Lisk. A lot has happened since then. Lisk Core 1.0 has proceeded from beta testing and is now released on testnet. The next step after this is Core 1.0 release on the mainnet.
If you are new to Lisk, take a look at our introduction to Lisk.
Here, we recap what’s new with Lisk and what’s next on the road to Core 1.0 mainnet.
The Road to Lisk Core 1.0.0 Mainnet
On June 28, it was officially announced that the migration of Lisk Core version 1.0.0 to the testnet network was successful. Almost all delegates are active and forging without any issues.
Following that deployment, significant progress was made on Lisk Core 1.1.0 with major issues resolved and the scheduling of the minor release of Core 1.2.0. Also, Lisk Explorer 2.1.2 (which is the latest version) was released on July 12. Development is said to be ongoing…