The State of Lisk Report – Ep. 16
This week, we bring you a special milestone edition of the State of Lisk Report! Among the latest news is of course the long-awaited migration of Lisk Core 1.0 onto the Mainnet! The Report also features the first Lisk Houston Meetup, a new exchange listing, a community challenge and much more. You can read about all these stories in this week’s The State of Lisk Report – Ep. 16
Lisk Core 1.0 Is On The Mainnet
Today, at Block height 6,901,027, the migration of Lisk Core 1.0 onto the Mainnet began. This day marks a huge milestone for LiskHQ and the entire community as Lisk Core lays the foundation for Lisk’s future.
When the Block height arrived the Lisk delegates were ready to quickly adjust their nodes and many of them where back up and running in no time. As always everyone was very willing to help each other out and in sharing their results in the Lisk.chat Network channel. This collaboration of the Lisk delegates and node runners ensured a quick and very smooth migration.
On this milestone day, LiskHQ also released a new page on their website dedicated to Lisk Core. On this page, you can find all the Lisk Core release statistics such as the amount of contributors, commits, closed issues and much more. The page also features several documentation guides and videos on Lisk Core as well as Code Quality Recognition LiskHQ got from the Darpal Ratings team.
If you have any questions about Lisk Core or need help migrating then don’t hesitate to ask in the Lisk.Chat Network channel!
A Lisk Community Challenge
Yesterday, marketing manager Lindsay Buescher started a community challenge on the Lisk Reddit with the question : Can we get Lisk Hub to 500 stars this week? With over 30.000 Liskers on Reddit I think we should have already done this but as a community lets accept this challenge and click that star.
So what do you have to do to give LiskHQ a GitHub star? You click the link to the Lisk Hub sign-up or login to GitHub and in the top right of the page you will see three buttons : Watch, Star and Fork. All you need to do now is click the Star button and that’s it, you don’t need to do anything else!
So lets show LiskHQ some community love in this milestone week and get them at least 500 GitHub stars!
The First Lisk Houston Meetup
On August 17th, Lisk community member Ian Fortney (Southpaw439) hosted the very first Lisk Houston meetup. It was immediately successful as it attracted around forty Houston locals who showed up to learn more about Lisk and Blockchain technology.
During the meetup Lisk was also represented by members of LiskUSA.io (Sponsor), Bloqspace.io, Arro and BrikBit. The meetup consisted out of a couple of segments such as a “Blockchain 101”, “Lisk Intro and Updates”, a Brikbit presentation and ended with a Q&A session.
LSK Got Added To Cointree
Last Friday, the LSK token got added to Cointree which is a Australian based cryptocurrency exchange. Cointree has been around since 2013 and has the mission to make Blockchain technology more accessible, and more understandable to the everyday person.
Their new platform was designed to educate and excite and now has over 56.000 members and over a $100 million worth of successful transactions. They also offer an early access mode, where you are awarded with 0% commission on all your coin to coin trades. This means you can trade with zero transaction fees until all features are unlocked on the new platform.
Besides Lisk, there are 36 other tradable cryptocurrency’s on Cointree so if you are from Australia then make sure to check out Cointree!
LiskHQ’s Weekly Development Update
Thursday, LiskHQ released their weekly developement blog post. In it we can read that the Lisk Core team has continued their work on future releases. This resulted in the Lisk Core 1.1.0 quality assurance (QA) phase to be completed without any issues. The team also made progress on Lisk Core 1.2.0 on which they managed to close the following issues : #2201, #1884, #2320, #2323 and #2261.
The team also fixed another issue found by community members who reported that the memory consumption of their nodes was slowly increasing over time. The development team traced this issue back to the Socketcluster-server dependency of Lisk Core. They recommended all Testnet nodes operators to check that the Socketcluster-server version is 11.2.2 as this would fix the issue.
The next steps for the team after the migration of Lisk Core 1.0 to the Mainnet is complete will be to freeze Lisk Core 1.2.0 and start its QA phase next week. And if you look on Lisk’s GitHub you can also see that Lisk Core 1.3.0 and 1.4.0 are already tagged so the team is making nice progress!
Cryptocandor’s Review On Lisk
Last week, Alex from the YouTube channel CryptoCandor released a new review video of Lisk. On her channel, Alex talks about everything cryptocurrency related and her experiences.
She is a Lisk investor who stuck out the summer and now she decided to make a new review video. In it covers a lot of past subjects such as Lisk’s launch on Huobi Pro, the Lisk Relaunch, Lisk Academy and much more. Alex also gives LiskHQ a lot of credit for the way they are now constantly updating their community. She also talks about the new Lisk Elite Center, MADANA‘s upcoming ICO (Initial Coin Offering) and some of the community initiatives like Lisk Builders.
All in all it was a good and informative review by CryptoCandor and also a nice look back at all that happened in the last 6-8 months. So if you got some spare time then make sure you check out her video and YouTube channel!