Komodo is excited to announce that the KMD chain has reached Block 1 Million! This is a huge milestone and cause for celebration.
Many thanks are owed to many people.
First and foremost, the extraordinary efforts of James ‘jl777’ Lee,
Komodo’s Lead Developer, have been a driving force for much of Komodo’s
progress over the years. The Komodo team is extremely grateful to have
such an innovative and diligent Lead Dev.
In addition, the Development Team and
Support/QA Teams, led by ca333 and SHossain, have also both worked
tirelessly to improve the Komodo Platform. Both the Dev Team and the
Support/QA Team deserve special recognition for their hard work in
coding, testing, and troubleshooting to bring innovative blockchain
solutions into the Komodo ecosystem.
Last, but certainly not least, the
Komodo team would like to extend a huge thanks to our community and
open-source contributors for their continued support in driving growth
and adoption. We cannot express how much we appreciate those who have
helped Komodo along over the years.
The Achievements Of Komodo Platform
The first block
in the KMD blockchain was mined just under two years ago, on September
13, 2016 to 9:04 PM. Since then, Komodo has demonstrated a commitment to
innovation and established a history of execution.
Let’s take a moment to celebrate everything that Komodo has accomplished over the past few years.
Much has been accomplished over the
last several years. At the same time, there is much work to be done.
That’s why the Komodo team is still working hard to build upon the
progress that’s already been made.
All of these remarkable features will become live in the Komodo code
base and available to every project that builds on Komodo Platform.
On top of all that, the improvements coming with Komodo 2.0 don’t
stop with the Development Team. This evolution of Komodo will encompass
the entire project. The specifics of the
Komodo 2.0 upgrade are being finalized but more details will be
released very soon. Stay tuned for more information regarding the
evolution of Komodo.