Lisk Week In Review – 61
Featured in this new edition of Lisk Week in Review:
- Lisk Foundations shares an update and requirements for validators as it prepares for mainnet migration
- Lisk Foundation publishes a recap of the successful Lisk.js 2021 conference
- Lisk joins the world to celebrate World Environment Day as a proud environmental friendly DPoS blockchain
- Lisk’s Discord Levelling contest winners for May announced
- Lisk Delegate overview for the past week
Lisk Foundation shares requirement update for upcoming Lisk protocol mainnet migration
As time continues to inch closer for the upcoming Lisk Core 3.0.0, which would see it implement LIPs 0001 – 0036 in mainnet, Lisk Foundation has shared an update giving clear instructions for stakeholders to follow for a smooth transition. This upgrade is by far Lisk’s most significant upgrade since creation in 2016, which sees consensus protocol changes, block and transaction times and changes related to accounts in the Lisk Protocol.
Several stakeholders within the Lisk ecosystem will undergo migrations or updates covering Tool and Service migration which covers those running their own nodes, those relying on data from legacy blockchain and those relying on the Lisk Core API.
Official recap of Lisk.js 2021 conference
Lisk.js 2021 conference was a blast and launched a new horizon for the Lisk blockchain. As an annual event that started in 2019, this year’s event had over 1,000 people registrations, at least 9 hours of sizzling contents with more than 450 slides shared during the event’s presentations, and the YouTube videos of the event now have more than 9,000 views and counting. The official recap of the event of Lisk.js 2021 is now available within the public domain for anyone to catch up on some of the important highlights of the event.
Lisk joins the world to celebrate World Environment Day
Climate change is such an important topic and the decentralised network ecosystem also largely contributes to the Earth’s growing carbon footprint. As the world celebrated this year’s World Earth’s Day on the 5th of June, Lisk is proud to join its voice to commemorate the World Earth Day event. The Lisk blockchain is a DPoS consensus-driven chain that scales tremendously without necessarily adding to the earth’s carbon footprint like Bitcoin’s PoW. Delegates simply vote their preferred validators who are saddled with the responsibility of confirming transactions and proposing the next block in the Lisk blockchain.
Winners for Lisk Discord Levelling contest for May
Lisk Discord Levelling Contest, a community initiative aimed at encouraging Lisk enthusiasts to share information, has been running for about three months. Every month, the top three active contributors are rewarded in LSK for their efforts. For the month of May, the following winners were announced last week:
- @JesusTheHun 50 LSK
- @pufpuf91 35 LSK
- @grandpl 25 LSK
June contest is on already, and you can learn more from this post on the Lisk Discord Server.
According to Lisk Monitor, there’s now a reversal from the two previous weeks as Lisk delegates have gained votes for this week. GDT lost about 1.8 million LSK, while individuals gained about 1.9 million LSK. Forging delegates gained above 50,000 LSK each.
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