- They’re been several notable milestones for the Cardano blockchain of the course of 2020.
- There are even more in the pipeline with the ecosystem getting ready to transition into the Shelley mainnet era.
They’re been several notable milestones for the Cardano blockchain of the course of 2020. There are even more in the pipeline with the ecosystem getting ready to transition into the Shelley mainnet era. Cardano is currently in the middle of its Byron reboot which came out last month in March and according to its latest update, two fight candidates have been rolled out with a third being on its way.
This was what was revealed by the CEO and co-founder of IOHK, Charles Hoskinson who provided an update earlier this week on the 13th of April. The Byron reboot is currently an essential string of updates for the platforms node. Hoskinson revealed that the team had recently cut out Cardano Node 1.10 with windows improvements for Daedalus Flight candidate.
It was previously announced by IOHK that the flight candidate was to be launched with its new mainnet Wallet testing program helping synchronising the platform's blockchain during the initial installation. This will make it significantly more efficient than all the previous rollouts.
The team at the company is getting ready to test its network infrastructure for his upcoming and highly anticipated Shelley. An official post from the companies forum says that the next test and it would connect the wallet to the ecosystems node.
“By doing this as a testnet we will be able to solve any issues with accounting. Once we hit mainnet this will not be possible. We will then run the Haskell testnet for a bit and bring the pieces together. Once it has been running for a bit, then once it is turned on to the mainnet then we will have begun the Shelley Era.”