Lisk (LSK) releases updated Migration guide 3 days ahead of Testnet
Lisk (LSK) announced that they will be releasing the Lisk Core 1.0.0 on the public Testnet network. With the current network growth speed, the estimated time and date of the migration is 12 CET, Thursday, June 28th. The migration is scheduled for when they reach the block height of 5,594,490. Last week, the crypto company announced that they’re releasing Lisk Hub 0.9.0, their desktop application for Windows, Mac OS, and Linux.
Today, the Blockchain start-up announced on Twitter that they’re releasing an updated version of the Lisk Documentation and Migration guide. The document gives a detailed description of the Blockchain’s latest version’s important technical sections. The topics described in the document are Lisk’s protocol, core, elements, commander, hub, and explorer. Have a look at how they’re described:
- Protocol: This describes the basics of LSK’s Core including their Consensus algorithm, LSK Transactions and peer-to-peer communication. It also explains how to provide security by using cryptographic hashing.
- Core: The Lisk protocol is implemented by this software. Before the launch of the network and during the Testnet, all new updates will be released here. All the transactions among the registered account holders will take place on the Mainnet. The Mainnet will be the the actual Ecosystem of this Blockchain company.
- Commander: This tool was exclusively developed so that developers can improve the coding efficiency with a Command Line Interface [CLI].
- Hub: You can participate in the Lisk network via the Hub. Your LSK ID, access, and transaction of LSK tokens can be managed using this.
- Explorer: This helps you understand and present information regarding the Lisk Blockchain. Moreover, transaction data, data on blocks and the network also can be collected with its help.
The on-boarding of the brand new version of the Blockchain will be easier with these topics acting as a guide.
A Blockchain enthusiast commented on their Twitter post saying,
“@LiskHQ You are always gonna be the one. ♬ Good luck with your work!”
Another Lisk follower replied on the same thread saying,
“thanks for the good news #Lisk team)”
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