At Lisk, we are incredibly proud of our achievements, so at the end of each month, we summarize our latest news, updates, and progress in a single blog post to keep everyone informed and up to date. Help us spread the word by retweeting all our highlights to enable more people to discover what we are working on.
Lisk SDK 5.1.1 Release
In June we released the Lisk SDK 5.1.1. This release fixed a number of bugs in the transactions and plugin library. More details about this release can be found on GitHub.
Lisk Core 3.0.0-rc.0 Release
This month we also released the Lisk Core 3.0.0-rc.0. This release implements 3 phases:
- Security and Reliability
- Network Economics and Network Consensus
- Network Longevity
More details about this release can be found on Github.
Lisk for Desktop Releases
Lisk 2.0.0-beta.4 for Desktop
In June we released the Lisk v2.0.0-beta.4 for Desktop. This version adds support for multisignature transactions and removes second passphrase support. More details about this release can be found on GitHub.
Lisk 2.0.0-rc.0 for Desktop
This month we also released the Lisk 2.0.0-rc.0 for Desktop. This version implements support for Lisk Core v3, including: dynamic transaction fees, new voting system, change of address system, standby forgers, multisignatures, and much more. More details about this release can be found on GitHub.
Lisk 2.0.0-rc.1 for Desktop
Another version of Lisk for Desktop was released in June - Lisk 2.0.0-rc.1 for Desktop. This version fixes bugs identified in the previous release candidate Lisk 2.0.0-rc.1 for Desktop. More details about this release can be found on GitHub.
Lisk Service Releases
Lisk Service 0.4.0-beta.0
In June we released the Lisk Service 0.4.0-beta.0. This release introduces market price API and adds numerous fixes for Lisk Core/SDK compatibility. More details about this release can be found on GitHub.
Lisk Service 0.4.0-rc.0
This month we also released the Lisk Service 0.4.0-rc.0. This release introduces market price API and adds numerous fixes for Lisk Core/SDK compatibility. More details about this release can be found on GitHub.
Lisk Service 0.4.0-rc.1
In June we also released the Lisk Service 0.4.0-rc.0. This release, beyond the market price API, also supports migrated blockchains with a custom genesis block, including the upcoming testnet migration. More details about this release can be found on GitHub.
Lisk Commander 5.1.2 Release
In June we released the Lisk Commander 5.1.2. This release fixes the Lisk Commander 5.1.1 installation issue. More details about this release can be found on Npmjs.
Benchmarking Lisk Core v3.0.0 against Lisk Core v2.1.6
Our upcoming Lisk Core v3.0.0 , introduces a large number of improvements on the code level as well as multiple new features on the protocol level. We released a blog post to show the overall results of our analyses with regard to the performance improvements, and benchmark them against the performance of Lisk Core v2.1.6 , which is currently used to operate the Lisk network.
Announcing Lisk Testnet v3 Migration
The Lisk Testnet is an invaluable tool as its main function is to enable all relevant upgrades to be tested publicly first before they are released into production onto the Lisk Mainnet. Essentially, the Lisk Testnet can be defined as an independently deployed testing network which to a large extent simulates the actual Lisk Mainnet. We have released a blog post with everything you need to know about the Lisk Testnet v3 migration as well as what to expect from the update coming up on July 1st.
Introducing the Lisk Community Squad
As a consequence of Lisk’s growth, development, and expansion we felt the need to encourage and include core community members even further by giving them a chance to make a difference in our community and ecosystem. We called them the Lisk Community Squad, and they are the voice of our community. We released a blog post that provides further information as to what led to the creation of the squad, the actual roles, and responsibilities of the current team members as well as an insight on how to join.
Sparse Merkle Trees and the New State Model
We have released a blog post as part of the interoperability blog post series taking a closer look at various aspects of the Lisk interoperability solution, introducing one of the cornerstones of Lisk-interoperability: The state model of an interoperable chain. In addition to this, and to answer questions around the topic of "Sparse Merkle Trees and New State Model", our Research Scientist, Alessandro Ricottone hosted a live AMA Lisk.chat on Friday, 25th of June, which you can find a full recap of here.
Lisk.js 2021 Recap and Aftermovie
Lisk.js 2021 was live-streamed from the stage in the Kühlhaus venue in Berlin and hosted fully online, so everyone could remain safe and healthy. The event featured talks about the latest Lisk updates, a deep-dive into our interoperability solution, our ongoing online hackathon HackOnLisk, the Lisk Grant Program, a range of presentations from our Lisk core community members, as well as a live demo. To highlight this year’s main takeaways we have published a blog post and released an aftermovie.
Monthly AMA: Ask Max Anything
Wednesday, June 2nd, Max Kordek, CEO and Co-Founder at Lisk, hosted our first live streamed monthly AMA (Ask Max Anything) on YouTube. He answered questions about Lisk.js 2021, LSK buyback strategy, future partnerships, and much more. A blog post covering the full recap of the AMA session can be found here.