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  • Lisk (LSK) Pre Release Version 0.9.3a

    Change Log

    Full Changelog

    Fixed bugs:

    • Properly handle votes rollback after delete last block of round - Closes #689 #6904miners)

    Closed issues:

    • Votes don't rewind correctly in some cases #689

    Download:



  • Lisk (LSK) Final Release Version 0.9.3

    Change Log

    0.9.3 (2017-08-02)

    Full Changelog

    Fixed bugs:

    • Properly handle votes rollback after delete last block of round - Closes #689 #6904miners)

    Closed issues:

    • Votes don't rewind correctly in some cases #689

    Downlaod:



  • Lisk (LSK) Release Java Script Version 0.4.5

    Change Log

    Full Changelog

    Fixed bugs:

    Download:



  • Lisk - CLI and Library for PHP to interact with Lisk

    By,

    karek314

    https://github.com/karek314/li...

    Lisk-PHP

    Interface to interact with Lisk network via PHP CLI Tool and library for php projects

    Requirements

    • PHP 7.0.0 and up
    • dependencies from setup.sh

    Installation

    git clone https://github.com/karek314/lisk-php
    cd lisk-php
    bash setup.sh

    Usage

    This is library for PHP projects and CLI tool. Which allows to interact with Lisk network including signing transactions and other cryptographic activities.



  • Lisk  (LSK) Explorer 1.3.0 — Sorting, Filtering and Operating

    Hello All! Today, we are pleased to announce the release of Lisk Explorer 1.3.0. This is an exciting release for node operators and users alike. A brief summary of the changes:

    • Transaction sorting and filtering.
    • Improved consistency of links on address and delegate pages.
    • Configurable log levels and destination.

    Transaction Sorting and Filtering

    On every address page, there’s a list of all transactions an account has been a party to. We have improved this functionality by providing a brand new search box that gives the user full control of searching the transaction history. In addition to this, there is a supplementary tab offered to filter out all transaction types that are not a send or received type. This feature will be especially useful for delegates and voters trying to research vote changes.

    The interaction between address and delegate pages has been refactored slightly. Now when clicking a username on any page other than the Delegate Monitor, you will be directed to their address page first. This should simplify working with accounts greatly.

    We’ve also made a small enhancement on the delegate pages by featuring the exact vote weight for a delegate. This should provide greater insight into how much weight each delegate has assigned to them.

    Revised Clipboard Functionality

    In the past, Lisk Explorer used ZeroClipboard to provide Lisk address and public key copying functionality. We have removed this dependency for a safer and more secure alternative — clipboard.js. As the name suggests, this is a JavaScript library that is much more user friendly than the previous solution, which required Flash.

    For the Node Operators

    We have implemented granular log levels application wide, which will help prevent excessive log growth for individuals operating their own explorers. In addition to this feature, we have switched the default exchange for some currencies from BTC-E, as they are now defunct. Please check your config if you have modified these parameters, as the old ones may not work as expected with this release.

    It’s been awhile since we have released a new version of Lisk Explorer and we are pleased to bring out 1.3.0 for general usage. If you want to know more about what changed, you can view the release notes. Additionally, if you’d like to see a feature added to Lisk Explorer, let us know by opening an issue on the GitHub repo — or better yet, write it yourself and submit a pull request! The new release is live on all of the LiskHQ hosted nodes, and should roll out to all community hosts in the coming days.

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  • Decentralized world with Max Kordek - German Interview

    I had the privilege to interview Max Kordek, president of the Lisk
    Foundation in a totally different format. You get a deep insight in his
    life and a deep insight in his visions and a loot more! (See below) I
    wish that with these awesome episodes, more people from germany,
    switzerland and austria begin to recognize the visionary and positive
    mindset we miss so much around europe!

    PS: So far there is no
    german = english translation. That might be very cool for the upcoming
    month to work on that too. Maybe there is a professional in translation
    scripts - for that I would share a small amount of lisk too! Let me
    know!

    PART 1 HERE: https://youtu.be/r0GxPXclc1Q
    Image

    PART 2 HERE: https://youtu.be/CSXI6ft06vg

    By,

    DPorsche



  • Lisk (LSK) New Release Version 0.9.4

    Change Log

    0.9.4 (2017-08-20)

    Full Changelog

    Fixed bugs:

    • Fixed block rewind. Added block verification checks to onReceiveBlock event handler.

    Download:



  • Lisk (LSK) Release Version 0.9.6

    Change Log

    0.9.6 (2017-08-21)

    Full Changelog

    Fixed bugs:

    • Fixed block verification logic with unit tests.

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  • Lisk (LSK) Release Version 0.9.7

    0.9.7 (2017-08-22)

    Full Changelog

    Fixed bugs:

    • Fixed bug in multisignature schema validations with functional and unit tests - Closes #744

    Download:



  • Lisk (LSK) Release Version 0.9.8

    Change Log

    0.9.8 (2017-08-31)

    Full Changelog

    Fixed bugs:

    • Fixed duplicate name delegate registration within same block. Closes #736
    • Fixed schema checks for min/max length of arrays.

    Full Changelog


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  • Lisk (LSK) Release Version 0.9.9

    Change Log

    0.9.9 (2017-09-03)

    Full Changelog

    Reverted changes:

    • Fixed duplicate name delegate registration within same block. Closes #736

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  • Lisk (LSK) Pre- Release Nano Wallet v1.1.0-rc.1

    Full Changelog

    Implemented enhancements:

    • Increase polling interval when not focused. #693#596
    • Move account fetch and update logic into middlewares #594#583
    • Issues with logging in #550#499
    • Change account registration into a modal dialog #346

    Fixed bugs:

    • Fix after-migration issues in transactions tab #683#682
    • Fix eslint error in liskAmount component #674#628
    • Cards don’t have the shadow #627#624
    • Infinite scroll loading should start earlier than when the bottom is hit #623#622
    • Global loading bar issues #619#618
    • Stabilize e2e Scenario: should remember the selected network #615#597
    • Issue with logging page #590#584
    • After-migration fixes in passphrase component #566#562
    • Issues with logging in #550#545
    • Fix the Electron app #539#530
    • Passphrase field doesn't work #524#522
    • Page is rendered before styles are loaded #511#506
    • Enhancements in routing #499#477
    • "Invalid transaction timestamp" #365#211

    Closed issues:

    • Use local storage instead of cookies #681#664
    • Browser console is polluted with redux actions #649#641
    • Clean workspace folder in Jenkins on success #634#633
    • Register delegate with 2nd passphrase e2e test sometimes fail #632#626
    • Move Api calls to actions using Redux Thunk #611#610
    • Update readme build badge #592#589
    • Add autocomplete module to 'confirm votes modal' #587#581
    • Clean up unit test output #578#568
    • Unify naming of components that use 'connect' #567#565
    • Migrate "Save network to cookie" #564#548
    • Migrate Spinner component to React #546#541
    • Create a React component for second passphrase field #540#531
    • Fix responsiveness of the layout #529#527
    • Implement click to send functionality in React #516#515
    • Implement pending transactions in React #514#508
    • Re-enable e2e tests for features already working in React #507#505
    • Unify the test titles #503#501
    • Setup React Storybook #496#494
    • Migrate voting for delegates on Voting tab to React #492#487
    • Setup React toaster library #486#467
    • Migrate send dialog to React #355#354
    • Migrate Register second passphrase to React #353#351
    • Migrate browsing delegates on Voting tab to React #350#348
    • Migrate login page to React #347#276
    • Delegate list gets slow when loading ~1000 delegates #260#61

    Merged pull requests:

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



  • Lisk (LSK) Pre- Release Nano Wallet Version 1.1.0-rc.2

    Full Changelog

    Fixed bugs:

    • Reset focus in wallet while logging again with different account #698#697
    • Passphrase in voting dialog showed in clear text. 1.1.0 rc 1 #695#669
    • Custom node configuration is being forgotten #666

    Closed issues:

    • Setup stylelint rules and run it in Jenkins #642

    Merged pull requests:

    Download:



  • Lisk Announces Partnership with SocketCluster







    Lisk and its network are growing incredibly fast. In order to handle scalability matters — larger network and number of connection requests — we enlisted the help of SocketCluster to change the P2P communication protocol from HTTP to WebSocket.

    At Lisk, we’re determined to support and promote progressive technologies and forward-looking entrepreneurs. During the development process we worked closely with Jonathan Gros-Dubois, SocketCluster creator, often relying on his technical expertise to ensure a smooth transition from one protocol to another. We have also decided to back his endeavor financially to make sure that it grows in scope and reach.

    Integrating SocketCluster with Lisk Core will help us improve connection reliability and allow us to run multiple processes at the same time which will lay the foundation for future Lisk clusterization. Most importantly, the solution will aid us in serving more transactions in the same time frame as before. The protocol provides a simultaneous, two-way communication channel between a client and a server. This, in turn, increases network overview control and streamlines chain management.

    By changing from the stateless http protocol to persistent socket connections, we aim to improve block/transaction propagations times, and the general efficiency of peer to peer communications — says Oliver Beddows, Co-Founder of Lisk.

    SocketCluster provides a much needed customization on the connection layer. Every delegate will be able to tailor their own server to their needs by specifying the number of parallel processes responsible for receiving the connections and updating network data

    In order to standardize the way peers are communicating, the new plugin, wamp-socket-cluster, has been introduced by the Lisk team. It is fully open-sourced and maintained by us. Every network member is now compliant with WAMP protocol, which means that the P2P communication layer can be used in two ways: publish / subscribe or RPC (Remote Procedure Call) manner. RPC is extremely helpful in making sure that a proper response from the right peer has been received. This is not required when subscribing for the resources (transactions, signatures, blocks). RPC is already a proven approach used by other projects such as Bitcoin and Ethereum.

    The Lisk Core 1.0.0 release will introduce WAMP protocol in the internal P2P layer. We look forward to adapting it in the public API as well.

    About the Author:

    Maciej Baj is a Lisk Core developer at lightcurve and a creator of wamp-socket-cluster. He graduated with a Master’s Degree in Engineering and Computer Science at Wroclaw University of Science and Technology.

    Contact Details:

    Github: https://github.com/MaciejBaj

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/macko_baj

    Email: [email protected]




  • Lisk Nano 1.1.0 — Rewritten in React for Improved Performance

    We are happy to announce the release of version 1.1.0 of our desktop client, Lisk Nano. The main goal of this release was to completely rewrite the application into React, a modern front-end framework. React puts Nano in a better position in terms of performance, testability, and ease of development.

    Performance

    With the previously used framework AngularJS, we were hitting performance limits. An example of this being the table of delegates in the Voting tab. Users are able to load more delegates by scrolling down the table, but with 1000+ delegates on the main net, the app started responding slowly. After the migration, this table is now optimized and capable of flawlessly listing thousands of delegates.

    Refinements

    We started to use Redux for state management of the application. An important part of the state of the application is data that is not yet stored on the blockchain, like pending transactions or delegates selected for voting. Redux allows us to easily preserve this data regardless of where the user goes in the application. Specifically, it means that users can select some delegates for voting, then navigate through the application and finally come back to voting, with the selected delegates still there.

    Development with future releases in mind

    React, as a modern component-based front-end framework, clearly structured the source code into small presentable components and separated business logic in Redux store. It puts us in a great position to add countless new features in the future, whilst maintaining a well-structured and stringently-tested code-base. Ultimately, this release leads to higher productivity of development, so you can get new features sooner.

    Speaking of new features, we are already developing Nano 1.2. Our next version will introduce a seamless way to share a list of delegates for voting. Furthermore, being as inclusive as possible is at the heart of Lisk, which is why we’re also working to support additional languages beyond English, for our worldwide community. Last but not least, we’re developing an optional feature which will save you from having to type in your passphrase if you’re just opening Lisk Nano to do something that doesn’t require security measures, like checking incoming transactions. We are all very excited to share these features with you in the next release.

    Installation instructions and further details can be found in the GitHub repository.

    About the Author:

    Vít Stanislav is a front-end developer for Lisk at Lightcurve and the project lead of Lisk Nano. Previously, he was developing web-based tools for Red Hat. He has plenty of additional front-end experience from developing online learning systems as a member of Adaptive Learning research group at Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic. He is committed to making Lisk the crypto with the best user experience.

    Contact Details:

    Github: https://github.com/slaweet

    Email: [email protected]



  • Lisk Jackpot ! Get chances to win the jackpot !

    Hello Lisk users,

    I've just released the live version of https://lisk-jackpot.com.
    It's a lottery inspired by the csgo jackpot websites. The concept is
    simple, you buy tickets thanks to coins, once 2 players are in a round,
    the timer of 60 secondes starts. Once the timer hits 0 or the amount of
    coins is reached (10 000 atm), the winner selection process starts. The
    winning ticket gets all the current pot.

    To buy coins or withdraw yours, we encourage you to read our how it works topic at https://lisk-jackpot.com/home/how_it_works.

    We also have a twitter page to get the last promotions right here : https://twitter.com/Lisk_Jackp...

    As soon as we hit 100 users, we'll start our daily giveaway of coins.

    1 Lisk = 1000 coins

    <3

    PS
    : After some requests, we're planning to put the whole code on git.
    We're documenting the whole code first ! We'll announce the released on
    our twitter




  • Lisk (LSK) JavaScript Version 0.5.0

    Full Changelog

    Implemented enhancements:

    • Port delegate passphrase encryption/decryption to 0.4.5 #369

    Merged pull requests:

    • Port delegate passphrase encryption/decryption to 0.4.5 - Closes #369 #370Tosch110)

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



  • Lisk Rebrand — Development Timeline

    Identity and positioning are essential components of a strong brand strategy. They define how the company communicates with its key stakeholders at every touchpoint. Here at Lisk, we treat these values with utmost importance and have been working tirelessly since the beginning of the year to clearly articulate our vision and ambitions.

    Phase 1: Brand Strategy and Research

    We partnered with Christian Vatter of Rlevance, a renowned brand strategy consulting firm whose impressive client roster includes Mercedes-Benz, Microsoft and easyJet. Christian conducted in-depth market research, consisting of three phases. The process began with strategy workshops to help Rlevance understand Lisk’s business model and distill the significance of what we are trying to achieve. Afterwards, we facilitated a number of interviews with blockchain industry experts and developers in order to better find out who our stakeholders are and develop a strategy for unique positioning within the market. In May and June, the Lisk team held another round of workshops with brand consultants to form the final strategy that determined our long-term ambitions as well as short-term objectives. We firmly believe that Lisk will add enormous value by providing JavaScript developers a smooth entry point into the world of Blockchain technology. The strategy documentation allows us find creative ways to communicate Lisk’s purpose to future users.

    Our work with Rlevance was closely observed and integrated by our design agency, Taikonauten. Its team members were included in expert and developer interviews to better understand the ecosystem we are building and the customer relationships we are aiming to foster. Their task was to define our visual brand identity and corporate design so that it would be in line with the recommendations presented by brand consultants.

    Phase 2: Design, Testing and Implementation

    In July the designers began working on our visual identity. The team at Lisk and Taikonauten decided to adopt the Double Diamond framework for all design projects, which generates solutions to problems and answers to questions that arise during the research phase. The process was divided into four phases: Discover, Define, Develop and Deliver. The team spent the summer researching as well as benchmarking other software and cryptocurrency companies. Taikonauten took a closer look at their services and products to find out what works best and what reduces potential pain points for end users. Next, the team determined what required the most focus and resources to move the project forward and reach the goals set during the previous phase.

    In August, Taikonauten’s team began developing the best solutions for our new logo, website and other products for an optimal customer satisfaction. We expect this to continue throughout the end of September. This is one of the most time-consuming phases of the development phase characterized by constant prototyping, testing, improving and refining. After the designs are finalised and the content created the front-end developers from both Taikonauten and Lisk will code it and breathe life into it.

    The agency’s team consists of a group of talented graphic designers, UI/UX professionals, and coders. We’ve been sharing our office with them for a few weeks to collaborate even more effectively. Taikonauten helped organize our rich digital product universe and infrastructure to create a seamless customer experience. We are at the final stages of our visual brand building and cannot wait to show what we have been working on.

    In the meantime, if you want to be a part of the next phases in our brand development, we are currently hiring a Social Media Manager and a Designer. You can reach out to us at [email protected].



  • BAC - Genetic algorithm Application and SpiderLisk - Smart node system

    By,

    ehrmannii

    Hi Community!

    My name is Sebastian and I am a
    Developer-DevOps-CloudSpecialist with 8 years of expierience in
    business. I have plan to create and maintain two projects based on Lisk

    1.
    BAC Gladiators – An NeuralNetwork/Genetic algorithm competition game
    between a trainers of artificial beeings called BACs (from bacterias)
    2. SpiderLisk – A delegate based system with an automatic node setup based on 3 types of clouds.

    a) Azure
    b) Amazon
    c) Google

    BACs are done as a proof of concept (source code is not yet public but probably will).

    Image

    Main goal:

    Train your BAC to a level that will let it gather more resources than other BACs in an arena per match.

    Image


    Assumptions

    Match will be based on rules:

      a number of participants
      be played on the `server` side
      Betting system
      Offline training feature
      GUI and NonGUI battle simulation

    Creatures - BAC

      Modules like Sting ,Color detector, Scent ,Jaw, that can be changed and configured!
      An upduplicable training - every BAC type is unique and cannot be copied. BAC can only evolve!
      Implementation of neural network with genetic algorithm

    Image

    Economy?
    Ha! Probably some small fee from winners will go to the SpiderLisk and for maintance of the BAC

    and what about SpiderLisk?

    HO!

    Big part of the profits from BAC will go to the SpiderLisk system which will be a delegate with a sharing pool around 70%.
    Rest of 30% will be used for...

    Nodes... nodes and more nodes.
    But not a standard ones... only those in best cloud services around the world that will automatically be purchased.

    Has SpiderLisk network something in common with BAC?
    Yes - BAC Application will share the p2p power to one of a SpiderLisk node durning BAC match. (No it wont eat your CPU/GPU power)

    More about SpiderLisk in the future, main goal now is to gamificate system that will allow me to build those things

    How can you help me?

    Donations:

    Code: Select all

    LSK 4485677623807403185L- prefered :)
    BTC 1BRiBZyS6wzRMbcZNegdUs4iJ5n3ZDN5gg - will be converted to LSK ;)
    ETH 0xbfabd77C722c9bA2569B54C88121fee72112113F - will be converted to LSK ;)
    LTC LSgtRS8RpeXvo1qMapd8cwhuYFQwfDq5He

    Every donator will benefit somehow.
    - Lowering the fees
    - The top X will have the possibility to give BACs type a specific name, not a random one. For example Darth Vaders ;)!!
    (names in the gifs can be seen as these strange half-guid hashes).

    Also donations help me to start forging (most important staff!!!!) and increase my tempo.

    May the Lisk be with you!



  • Lisk (LSK) Release lisky Version 0.2.0

    Closed issues:

    • Standardise descriptions #227#217
    • Complete tests for configuration file #178#173
    • Bump eslint-plugin-import version #167#147
    • Standardise input format #97

    Merged pull requests:

    Download:


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