Team Lisk announced the successful activation of a core network Lisk Core 1.0

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Platform decentralized applications Lisk has successfully completed the process of migration and activation Protocol Lisk Core 1.0.

The migration process was previously announced in August and started on Wednesday, ending about a day. Despite the fact that most users have updated their software even before the start of a new Protocol, a small part of them still did not, in connection with which the team Lisk reminds about this.

🔧 The latest versions of #Hub Lisk — Lisk and Lisk Hub Hub 1.0.0 1.1.0 — were released this week. The auto updater will skip version 1.0.0 and go directly to 1.1.0. We strongly recommend updating your wallets! Learn more: https://t.co/zFYCeoB829

— Lisk (@LiskHQ) 31 December 2018

As noted in the blog of the project, the release Lisk Core 1.0 — this is the most important event in the history of its existence.

“This is the beginning of a new era for the community Lisk. The road to innovation is seldom smooth, and we took a methodical and balanced approach to the development phase, rejecting quick solutions. With a deep sense of collective pride we can officially announce the launch of Lisk Core 1.0, and this achievement affirms our determination to be at the forefront of innovation in the evolving ecosystem of blockchain-technologies”, — said CEO Lisk Max Kordek.

Simultaneously with Lisk Core 1.0.0 we’ve also released a new API and a new layer of P2P communication, and also activated additional functions, such as the ability to include in the transaction the user of the message. Protocol code ported to JavaScript ES6 and is accompanied by a new library called Lisk Elements 1.0.

The official launch of the platform Lisk took place in may 2016. It was preceded by a successful ICO project, which has raised nearly $5.9 million.

In December Zug was was a non-profit organization Lisk Foundation, whose main goal is the financial support and promotion of the project.

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