Lisk [LSK] Finally Releases Core 1.0.0 for Public Testing


The latest version of Lisk Core 1.0.0 is finally released by the Lisk team for public testing at block height of 5,594,490. Lisk community shares the enthusiasm while waiting for its price to soar.

Large-scale & fully functional testnet network

Lisk has finally released its Lisk Core 1.0.0 version for public testing which is another step forward towards its mainnet. At block height 5,594,490, the new version has been announced for the release, with the current network growth speed.

The Version 1.0.0-rc.1 of the Lisk core has been updated on the GitHub and available for the people to test. According to the official blog post, Lisk team mentioned a large scale public betanet test with about 500 nodes. Last week, the team executed multiple stress and acceptance tests that were all successful.

The team claims uninterrupted network operation where all the transactions were accepted. LiskHQ further stated the completion of snapshotting and synchronization of testnet and mainnet databases on the nodes running the current version and shared that everything is running smoothly.

The team also presented a detailed description regarding how exactly those tests were executed. Apart from this, LiskHQ also shared the issues they encountered that at the time blog was created were planned to be worked on before the testnet migration.

Also, read: Lisk Coin [LSK] at Risk: Malicious Transaction Attack Sighted on Lisk Blockchain

Minor releases on the way

This is not all as the Lisk team also mentioned the upcoming minor release 1.1.0 that will be basically created from the most significant open issue in Lisk Core backlog. The opened issues will be revisited and released consistently. As per the official blog,

“Release 1.1.0 will mainly focus on updates, minor bug fixes as well as minor code and performance improvements which will move the product closer to desired state.”

Lisk users were surely happy with the news and expecting it to positively affect the prices as “bullish” and “price will moon” like commented emerged on the Reddit.

However, the prices have yet to see any surge as at the time of writing, Lisk has been sitting at $5.22 with a loss of 0.36 percent in the past 24 hours. According to Coinmarketcap, Lisk (LSK) is at 24th spot with a market cap of $561 million while managing the daily trading volume of $6 million.

What are your views on the release of Lisk Core 1.0.0 version for public testnet? Do you think a price rise will be coming soon? Share your thoughts with us!


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Written by Partyush Goyal @ June 28, 2018 Partyush Goyal

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