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  • Lisk (LSK) Release Version 0.9.10

    Change Log


    Full Changelog

    Merged pull requests:

    • Move cb to last argument for blocks/chain/applyBlock
    • 0.9.10 - Multisig transactions from the same account bug resolution
    • Decreased amount of LSK transferred to multi account
    • Rewind fork 5-3 fix
    • Bug resolution for multisignature registration transaction
    • Duplicated delegates fix with silent validation failure



  • Lisk (LSK) Release explorer Version 1.3.1

    Change Log

    Version 1.3.1

    Full Changelog

    Implemented enhancements:

    Fixed bugs:

    • Remove obsolete and unstable Api tests #314#316

    Closed issues:

    • Remove obsolete and unstable Api tests #314#316
    • Add analytic meta tag #308#309
    • Run eslint in Jenkins build pipeline #311#320

    Merged pull requests:


  • Lisk (LSK) Release Nano Wallet Version 1.2.1

    Change Log

    v1.2.1 (2017-10-27)

    Full Changelog

    Fixed bugs:

    • Cannot "Vote(+1/-1)" with "My votes (101)" #932#928
    • Searching for a delegate in the voting system "unchecks" all delegates #916#914
    • Show passphrase icon intersects with the passsphrase #913#912
    • Vote limit error toast is triggered incorrectly #911#910
    • Launch protocol doesn't work on Linux #909#907

    Merged pull requests:

    Download Wallet:https://github.com/LiskHQ/lisk...

  • Lisk - Announcing Updated Ambassador Program and Local Meetup Initiative

    We have been receiving a lot of interest from community members around the world wanting to host Lisk Meetups locally. The community has become increasingly active over the last few months. We’ve also seen more community members take initiative and host Lisk-focused meetups in the US, Europe, Asia and Australia that have drawn many attendees. We feel fortunate that so many people have taken great interest in Lisk.

    Back in March of 2016, Lisk launched a Country Ambassador initiative that nominated ambitious community members who were interested in representing Lisk. The goal of the initiative was to strengthen the bond between the Lisk core team and local communities across the world. In addition, we had in mind to create a grassroots effort in spreading awareness of Lisk to those interested in the idea of decentralized applications and custom blockchains.

    The Lisk Ambassador initiative will continue, but with some major changes:

    1. Due to the increase of community member involvement and requests to be an ambassador, we have decided to open up the Lisk Ambassador Program to anyone who is committed to hosting local meetups.
    2. This means that there will no longer be dedicated Lisk Country Ambassadors since there will be an opportunity to be more than one Ambassador per country.
    3. It also means that the private Lisk Country Ambassador channel in Lisk.chat will be replaced by a public Lisk Ambassador channel. This is in line with our goal to make Lisk an open source grassroots effort.
    4. No, this doesn’t mean that if you were formerly a Lisk Country Ambassador that we don’t acknowledge your efforts. :)
    5. The focus of the Lisk Ambassador program will be to host local meetups with incentives for hosting successful meetups.

    How does Lisk support Ambassadors in their efforts?

    There are many incentives for becoming a Lisk Ambassador who hosts local meetups.

    1. You will not only become a part of the greater Lisk family, but it will also give you a chance to become a leader in your local Blockchain community.
    2. Lisk will promote your event on social media channels as well as the newsletter.
    3. On a case by case basis, we also offer funding to help cover costs.
    4. Lisk can also introduce you to other Lisk community members in your area if you do not know who they are already.
    5. If it is possible, we will try to have a Lisk team member attend the event in person or via Skype.
    6. In the near future, there will be a Lisk Ambassador Kit available to purchase that will include Lisk merchandise, presentation slides, online marketing materials and more.
    7. We will also soon have a dedicated community manager who will become the point of contact for all Lisk enthusiasts that are planning to organize local meetups.

    Why are we making changes?

    The changes outlined above will enable the Lisk Ambassador program to be more inclusive and scalable. We would like to give more Lisk enthusiasts the opportunity to become more active, whether it be on social media channels or as hosts of Lisk meetups in their community. We would like to call these individuals Lisk Ambassadors. This is not the same as a Country Ambassador — anyone dedicated to hosting occasional Lisk meetups can now become a Lisk Ambassador.

    Thank you to our past and present Ambassadors for paving the way!

    • Luiz Chen, China
    • Daniel Vassilev, Australia
    • Samuel Heinrichs, Brazil
    • John Cortesi, France
    • Daniel B., Germany
    • Petros Anagnostou, Greece
    • Lisk Italian Group
    • Nick F., Netherlands
    • JM N. Erestain, Philippines
    • Joel Fernández, Puerto Rico
    • Stefan Neagu, Romania
    • Denis Smirnov, Russia
    • Kostyantyn Ahafontsev, Ukraine
    • Shariq Hashmi, UAE
    • Edward Trosclair, USA

    Please contact [email protected] or reach out to us on Lisk.chat if you feel like your name should be listed.

    Introducing Lisk Meetup Guidelines

    In order to make it easy for anyone to host a successful Lisk meetup, we have put together a set of guidelines. By following Lisk’s meetup guidelines, you are directly involved in helping maintain high-quality standards for all Lisk meetups globally. It is important to follow the steps we’ve outlined because you, as a host, are expected to uphold the Lisk brand image.

    In our comprehensive guidelines, we provide step-by-step instructions on how to create your local Lisk Meetup. We also provide tips on how to get your meetup sponsored, what to prepare before the day of the meetup, guidelines to follow during a meetup, as well as steps to take after the meetup. A sign-in sheet template that can be printed out for your meetup is also included.

    As we’ve stated in previous blog posts, many improvements are yet to come. For example, we will be releasing an official Lisk Ambassador Kit for purchase with merchandise, presentation slides and marketing materials. It will be released around the time of our rebrand.

    Please download the Lisk Meetup Guidelines via Google Docs.

  • Lisk (LSK) Release explorer Version 1.3.2

    Change Log

    v1.3.2 (2017-11-06)

    Full Changelog

    Fixed bugs:

    • Explorer fails to find the publicKey randomly #337#333

    Closed issues:

    • Improve version sorting in networkMonitor #335#330

    Merged pull requests:



  • Lisk Explorer 1.4.0 — Enhanced UX/UI, Improved Performance, Bug Fixes, and Website Analytics

    We’re happy to announce the release of Lisk Explorer 1.4.0 after the recent patches of 1.3.1 and 1.3.2. In the last two patch releases, we’ve introduced multiple enhancements in our client-side AngularJS based application and on our server side Node.js application. With the introduction of 1.4.0, we have made several UX/UI improvements.

    UX/UI Enhancements — Peers Statistics, Network Status and Search Box

    We appreciate that it wasn’t easy enough to grasp the meaning of the numbers in peers statistics, so we did all we could to remedy this. We tried different designs and eventually came up with a more informative and consistent approach to illustrate the number and percentage of peers running different height on different operating systems and Lisk Core versions.

    In addition, we discovered that the network status is a frequently checked element that warranted a dedicated space on the homepage. As a result, we added a section right below the header to make the network status prominent.

    The last change that you will notice in this release is the design of the search box. We’ve implemented a more consistent and appealing design to improve your search experience..

    Performance Improvements

    We enhanced our code quality by removing many unnecessary API calls or iteration over our data lists. With these changes made, we’ve achieved a notable improvement in the load time of our pages and components. We still have a long road to go in this aspect of the Explorer, but the aim is to create the fastest Explorer in the blockchain world, with an unrivalled user experience, and we are rapidly getting there.

    Bug Fixes

    We updated our code base to ES6 standards and have eliminated many outdated libraries previously used to provide some methods which are presently available in ES6. We performed this migration in order to be able to upgrade to new libraries like React which are currently utilized in Lisk Nano. In these two patch releases we’ve essentially fixed almost all the bugs we spotted or that were reported by our eagle-eyed community.

    Introduction of Standards

    Alongside the above mentioned changes we’ve made to enhance our code quality, we’ve replaced JSHint with Eslint. Eslint is a modular, vastly developed linting utility for JavaScript, used by almost all of the new libraries and frameworks in the JavaScript world.

    Eslint ensures our code is easily read for any developer in our community.

    Website Analytics

    Last but not least, we’ve introduced a change which may seem to be somewhat minor, but it makes it considerably easier for webmasters to deploy Explorer on their servers, with their custom Analytic service name and client ID to keep track of statistics of their users.

    Analytic services like Google Analytics provide facilities for anonymous statistics of their users, such as the number of visits in every page for a random time period.

    About the Author: Ali Haghighatkhah is frontend developer at lightcurve with a hand in painting and writing. In his spare time, Ali enjoys developing mobile games and at work he is the project lead on Lisk Explorer. Here are a few of the honorably mentioned websites that he’s developed:

    Coyote - 12points.fr - Awwwards Nominee
    12points is the biggest survey regarding the driving licence of the French people.www.awwwards.com
    Red Bull Kumite - Awwwards Nominee
    The biggest VS Fighting champions will be present. With a unique goal : decide who will be the best. Who will win the…www.awwwards.com
    Nocibe #LoveMessage - Awwwards Nominee
    Trick your boyfriend for Valentine's day with a subliminal message. Choose a crazy video, add your custom message…www.awwwards.com

    Contact Details:

    Github: https://github.com/reyraa

    Twitter: rey_raa

    Email: [email protected]

  • Lisk (LSK) Release Explorer  Version 1.4.0

    Fixed bugs:

    • Dapp deposit/withdrawal types are wrong #353

    Closed issues:

    • Switch static code analysis from jshint to eslint #105#259
    • Perform automatic eslint fixings #260#262
    • Apply code changes and enhancements required to meet eslint rules for utils #265#266
    • Apply code changes and enhancements required to meet eslint rules for benchmarks #268#271
    • Apply code changes and enhancements required to meet eslint rules for api sockets #273#275
    • Apply code changes and enhancements required to meet eslint rules for src #276#279
    • Refactor repeated codes in Api #281#300
    • Make redis database number configurable #324#341
    • Run eslint on all the source files including configs #343#345
    • Data provided in network monitor page is confusing #347#349
    • Create Pull request template #351

    Merged pull requests:



  • Lisk (LSK) Pre - Release Nano Wallet Version 1.3.0-rc.1

    Implemented enhancements:

    • Add support for message encryption and decryption #536#573
    • Notify users when there is new version available #196

    Fixed bugs:

    • Account switching to a custom node account doesn't work #995#986
    • Signed Message Invalid when Created from Saved Nano Account (Not Already Logged In) #981#980
    • Make react app compatible for all browsers #968#957
    • Encrypt/decrypt message menu items are broken #948#946
    • Lisk Nano throw an error if config.json is corrupted #942#935

    Closed issues:

    • Add dev-app-update.yml file #996#989
    • Add German translations for strings added in 1.3.0 #983#978
    • Review and refactor e2e tests #973#961
    • Build recovery slack notifications don’t work #944#939
    • Move networks.js to src/constants #926#925
    • Upgrade to React 16 #902#900
    • Add eslint no-exclusive-tests rule #893#892
    • Make e2e tests more stable #878#859
    • Setup David for dependency management #844#843
    • Setup i18n-scanner to run in webpack #831#751
    • Check alert dialog text e2e step doesn't work #734#733
    • Don't unit test component methods directly #703#620

    Merged pull requests:



  • Lisk (LSK) Relaunch

    Several members of the Lisk team pose with Lisk community members.

    Since our founding in 2016, Max, Oliver, and the entire Lisk team have been dedicated to developing a leading blockchain application platform. Our relaunch marks a significant step in this evolution, and we are determined to deliver the best. As a company, we are striving to shape the future of blockchain applications and it is our priority to make sure that our brand reflects just that.

    In early 2017, we recruited Berlin-based design agency Taikonauten and brand strategy agency Rlevance to aid us in the relaunching process. In order for Taikonauten and Rlevance to better understand what we do, we had to deeply familiarize them with blockchain technology and Lisk’s mission. It is our strong belief that in order to best share the benefits of blockchain technology with the mainstream, it requires collaboration with contractors outside of our industry. This has provided us with a clear vision of everything that is needed to connect with users of all backgrounds.

    From working with Taikonauten and Rlevance, our rebrand evolved into what we officially announced on Wednesday as our upcoming relaunch.

    Lisk Officially Reveals the Relaunch

    At the Lisk Meetup in Berlin on Wednesday, November 22, co-founder and CEO Max Kordek announced that Lisk will officially relaunch on February 20, 2018. As promised, we will unveil an entirely updated and improved Lisk platform, our new brand identity and website.

    Key points

    • We are excited about the brand new and interactive Lisk Desktop / Web App, which includes the Lisk Wallet and features from Lisk Explorer.
    • Therefore, as consistent with our mission to make blockchain more accessible and user-friendly, we are discontinuing Lisk Nano and Lisk Explorer.
    • Most importantly, the new Lisk Wallet, which will be included in the Lisk Desktop / Web App, is being completely built from scratch with a totally new user experience and user interface designs. This, in itself, is a product launch that is being integrated into the new website. It was not a small task. It has taken several months to build this product and we have been working on hundreds of page iterations for the wallet alone. Our hope is that the Lisk Wallet will set the standard for all future blockchain wallets.
    • We listened very closely to feedback from our key stakeholders by hosting organized focus groups. Through our qualitative research, we realized that our original design route for the website did not resonate with developers and app commissioners. It was then that we decided to change the creative direction; we couldn’t be happier with this shift.
    • In addition to Taikonauten and Rlevance, we decided to collaborate with digital marketing agency Expand Online. Their expertise guided us to change elements such as the website’s technical architecture.


    Looking ahead

    We believe Lisk is pushing new boundaries in blockchain in the absence of benchmark comparisons. Pioneering is exhilarating and rewarding, but does come with its own set of ups and downs.

    To commemorate the relaunch, Lisk will hold an official Relaunch Event in Berlin on the evening of February 20. With a livestream available on the day, our dedicated community will have the opportunity to hear from our partnering agencies and the core Lisk team, who will provide details of the relaunch process and showcase our improved platform, new brand identity and website.

    In addition to Wednesday’s meetup, we want to take the time to thank our enthusiastic community for the continued support. We are very excited to share this milestone event with you in February.

    — Max, Oliver and the entire Lisk team

  • Lisk (LSK)  Release Nano Wallet Version 1.3.0

    Implemented enhancements:

    • Add support for message encryption and decryption #536#573
    • Notify users when there is new version available #196

    Fixed bugs:

    • Windows version missing dependency when importing transactions #1012#1008
    • Bugs of Encrypt/Decrypt message #1003#1002
    • Account switching to a custom node account doesn't work #995#986
    • Signed Message Invalid when Created from Saved Nano Account (Not Already Logged In) #981#980
    • Make react app compatible for all browsers #968#957
    • Encrypt/decrypt message menu items are broken #948#946
    • Lisk Nano throw an error if config.json is corrupted #942#935

    Closed issues:

    • Change German translation for vote button #1005#996
    • issues with transfers #989#983
    • Add autoprefixer to webpack config #978#973
    • Make Jenkinsfile project name independant #961#944
    • Create pull request template #939#926
    • E2e test send on testnet #925#902
    • Write unit tests for electron code #900#893
    • Share common i18n setup of Electron and React app #892#878
    • Utils: Delegate Unit test fails at random #859#844
    • Use Websocket to get new transactions #843#831
    • Review skip and TODOs in unit tests #751#734
    • Pilot integration tests #733#703
    • [Linux] desktop file is lacking a Categories= entry #620

    Merged pull requests:



  • Lisk (LSK) - Value Calculator (Chrome Extension)

    Lisk Value Calculator can be used to quickly calculate how much any
    input amount of Lisk (LSK) is worth in USD and Bitcoin at the current
    market price.

    Lisk Donations: 5755886524444585708L

    Download: https://chrome.google.com/webs... ... kjmeejpmok

    Source: https://github.com/BlueDragon5... ... -Extension




  • Lisk Community Update — November 2017

    The abundance of news each week at Lisk led us to not only launch a bi-weekly newsletter, The Lisk Insider, but also bring back community updates starting with a monthly recurring blog post. It is our intention to ultimately bring you weekly updates here.

    Members of the Marketing Team at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin (Michael, Jacob, Kuba, and Mat)

    November was a busy month at Lisk! Across development and marketing, here’s a brief recap of our latest releases and business updates.

    • In mid-November, we released Lisk Explorer 1.4.0 with enhanced UX/UI, improved performance, bug fixes and website analytics.
    • The latest version of our wallet, Lisk Nano 1.3.0, was released near the end of the month with several improvements including saved accounts, message encryption and new version notification.
    • Lisk was a trending GitHub repository in November, which brought a lot more visibility to our projects.
    • Our highly anticipated Development Roadmap was unveiled at the Lisk Berlin Meetup on November 22. We will be publishing a comprehensive blog post to explain the releases and their implications in further detail.
    • At the beginning of the month, we announced updates to the Ambassador Program and Local Meetup Initiative
    • Our Marketing Lead Thomas traveled to Rotterdam last month to speak at a Lisk community hosted meetup.
    • Max returned to Tokyo to speak at the Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Conference hosted by Blockchain Labo.
    • Only a couple of weeks later, Max delivered a keynote presentation at the hub.berlin conference.
    • On November 21, Lisk was officially listed on Binance, a Chinese cryptocurrency exchange.
    • Lisk became a unicorn after surpassing a market capitalization of over $1 billion.
    • At the end of the month, we hosted our largest meetup yet (as well as our last of the year) with more than 200 people in attendance.
    • At the Berlin meetup we announced the news that we will be Relaunching Lisk in conjunction with a major event in Berlin on February 20, 2018.
    • And last, but not least, we’ve added six new and incredibly talented members to the Lisk family in the last month alone.

    Latest Hires at Lisk

    Michael joined the team on November 1 as a Marketing Manager with a specialization in PR. He brings with him many years of marketing and communications experience, as well as political journalism and NGO-related knowledge. The most fun part of his job is getting even more people excited about and included within the Lisk movement. He defines Lisk with three Fs: fun, fascinating and futuristic. Michael is also excited to see how many industries and charitable causes will benefit from the blockchain technology created by Lisk. Decentralization grants the freedom to explore and create; blockchain provides the tools to do so. Michael is a self-proclaimed history buff and enjoys snowboarding and cooking.

    The first QA Engineer to join the team, Yair is among the latest additions to the Lisk dev team with a start date of November 1. He is originally from Israel but is not a newcomer to Berlin, and describes Lisk as new, innovative and smart. Blockchain technology and decentralization will give humans more power and choices in life. Yair added that he sees Lisk as spearheading this movement. In his opinion, developers are tech leaders and should take the bull by its horns, particularly in blockchain. In his free time, Yair likes to make electronic music, cycle, and read science fiction.

    The second Argentinian on the team, Julian started working at Lisk on November 22 as a Motion Designer. He began his career in videography in 2009 before shifting focus onto motion designing. For him, the best part of the profession is that there is never a shortage of new things to learn. In his view, Lisk will be a game changer in blockchain, an unexplored land full of opportunities that could change the world. The three words he uses to describe Lisk are clever, friendly but defiant. His hobbies include watching soccer and television shows.

    Mat, our new Community Manager, began at Lisk on December 1. His forte is in communication, building relationships and engaging in discussions with passionate individuals. Innovative, fresh and disruptive are the three words he uses to describe Lisk. He loves that Lisk strives to make blockchain accessible with JavaScript and believes it will bring a wave of innovation to many industries. Originally from Auckland, New Zealand, Mat loves to keep an active lifestyle by playing basketball and cycling on the weekends.

    Andries joined Lisk on December 1 as an HR Manager from Belgium. He loves the social aspect of his job — getting to know the team behind the company and coming up with new strategies on how to create the best work environment possible. If he could only pick three words to describe Lisk, they would be: innovative, accessible and futuristic. He loves the accessibility that Lisk provides for developers as the lack of accessibility is one of the biggest issues blockchain is facing at the moment. When he isn’t in the office, he loves to travel, cook and read on the subject of blockchain technology.

    The latest Backend Developer from Poland to join Lisk, Michał began working at the company on December 1. He feels decentralization and blockchain are incredibly important — decentralization can be a way to provide a fault-tolerant and safe solution to many issues society is currently facing. For him, Lisk is agile, developing and innovative. Lisk possesses the right tools to bring blockchain technology to ordinary people. Michal is a big fan of the water and enjoys both swimming and diving.

    December Onwards

    As we head into the last few weeks of 2017, our team is busy preparing for major developments and events, particularly the Lisk Relaunch on February 20, 2018. As always, thank you to the Lisk community for the incredible support.

    — The Lisk Team

  • New Year Lisk lottery ! More than 1750 LSK to win

    This year, Santa Claus will be very generous !

    Take part to one of the biggest lottery ever made and try to catch a part of the +1750 LSK.
    How to do that ? Nothing's easier, go to https://lottery.liskpro.com

    1st prize : 25% of the prize pool
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    3rd prize : 10% of the prize pool

    Lucky bonuses : we will randomly choose 40 voters which will each win 1% of the prize pool !

    Because the new Year must be a great day for everyone in the world, we have decided to share 10% of the prize pool to a charity of your choice !

    This lottery is funded by your favourite delegates.
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