Lisk (LSK) Continues The Migration That Began After The Launch Of Lisk Core 1.0

After the release of Lisk Core 1.0 on its core network, Lisk (LSK) continues the migration that began this Wednesday with the integration between the core software and the application design tools and side strings that had been released over the past few weeks. In this set of updates, there also is the newest version of Lisk Explorer 2.1.4 and the latest version of the Lisk Nano Wallet 2.0.0.

Lisk Core 1.0 is the product of two and a half years of evolution through 41 successive releases, which included thousands of community reviews, the Lisk team says in its blog. The launch of the components was done before the Core 1.0 software, with the aim of ensuring compatibility with the redesigned API.

Among the new features of this code repository that separates functionalities in different areas, is a new API client, compatible with the new public API available in Lisk Core 1.0. The security of the message signing process was also enhanced with the addition of a specific header for the Lisk protocol. For advanced users of the Lisk network, familiar with the direct execution of commands in JavaScript, the command line interface was renewed. This direct interaction tool with Lisk Core is now called Line Commander 1.0.

Lisk Core 1.0 brings new features for other Lisk (LSK) network’s products, as well

The new Lisk Hub is the tool that manages identity in Lisk, accesses Lisk (LSK) tokens and sends them. The Lisk team worked on both version 1.0 and the new version 1.1 of Lisk Hub to make them compatible with the latest versions of the API and new Lisk Elements. For end users, the migration will be done transparently through an automatic updater.

Regarding the Lisk Explorer 2.1.4, apart from support for Lisk Core 1.0, the Lisk team points out that there are upcoming announcements about new features and capabilities of this software.

Lisk Core 1.0 was activated this Wednesday in its main network along with new versions of the rest of the components, which makes a better offer to developers, as it includes new features such as the ICO Suite, the handling of side chains in the platform, and the ability to create and customize tokens.

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