The Vasil hard fork was initially expected to go live in June, but the developers driving the development of the Cardano blockchain have emphasised a seamless network transition.
After failing to launch last month, the Cardano (ADA) Vasil hard fork has been postponed again as the Cardano blockchain development teams aim for a seamless network update.
The company responsible for Cardano’s research and development, Input Output Global (IOG), published a YouTube update on Thursday on the forthcoming Vasil hard fork.
IOG technical manager Kevin Hammond revealed that the Vasil hard fork would be delayed again to ensure that all stakeholders, including exchanges and API developers, are “ready for it.” Hammond said:
“From our current position, it may be a few weeks until we reach the genuine Vasil hard fork. […] This is of the utmost importance. All users must be prepared for the hard fork in order to guarantee a seamless transition.”
Hammond said that IOG has been focusing on resolving testnet difficulties, with the Cardano node version 1.35.2 making progress. The updated node version resolves problems affecting stake pool operators, DApp developers, internal testing, and other issues discovered on the testnet.
“The objective is to flush out any remaining flaws before to the Vasil hard fork.” “We are focusing on testing authority, taking our time, and not hurrying,” Hammond said.
Amid the anticipated report, the ADA price has seen tremendous fluctuation, rising more than 7 percent over the previous 24 hours to $0.537 at the time of writing. According to statistics from CoinGecko, the cryptocurrency has increased by 21% during the last 14 days.
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