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Lisk Core 2.0.0 Released on Mainnet, Lisk SDK 2.0.0 Published on NPM, and a Software License Change
We released Lisk Core 2.0.0 to the Mainnet. The soft fork will trigger on August 23, 2019, an upgrade before this date is mandatory. The release has several breaking changes. It also completes a number of objectives on the Architecture and Design phase of our roadmap. We are changing our software license from GNU GPL v3.0 to a more permissive Apache 2.0. We have published Lisk SDK 2.0.0 to the NPM registry — custom transaction support comes with 2.1.0 scheduled for a release tomorrow.
Today, we released Lisk Core 2.0.0 to the Mainnet. This is the first Lisk Core release built using the Lisk SDK. For this purpose, together with Lisk Core we also published the Lisk SDK to the NPM registry, with the same version number — 2.0.0. As we previously mentioned in the overview of the upcoming releases, this is the initial version of the Lisk SDK, without the support for custom transactions.
Together with this release we completed following objectives of our Development Roadmap:
- Implement design pattern for protocol change ...
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