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Lisk (LSK) Core 1.0.0 to be Released this Monday

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The long-anticipated Lisk Core 1.0.0 will be released on Monday, according to a Twitter post from LiskHQ yesterday, April 6, 2018. The announcement follows a successful day of testing and will be accompanied by additional information in a blog post the day of the release. Lisk’s market cap has responded positively to the news – up by 8% in the last 24 hours to a total value of almost $900 million.

What is Special about Lisk?

Lisk is designed to enable developers to build and deploy blockchain-based applications in Javascript and create an ecosystem for decentralized application development. The protocol comes with the Lisk Sidechain Development Kit to make it easy for users to build their own blockchains. All the platform’s tools are open source and free to use.

The Lisk Core 1.0.0 beta comes after six internal alpha releases and is being orchestrated by Lisk’s development team, LightcurveHQ. However, not everyone is excited about Lisk. Several bloggers and Twitter users expressed concerns about purported FUD surrounding project.

Alex Stevenson, a blogger says, quote:

I’m very bullish on Lisk despite the FUD that’s coming from all these Lisk haters (Ark Hodlers)! Lisk is the future, I mean, come on, these guys are young, innovative, transparent and hardworking people. The relaunch was a success and we will expect Lisk to meet the expectations of the people once their SDK is out. I am hodling and buying the dip when it presents itself.”

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