August 31st, 2020

Featured in this news update:

– Lisk Community Meetup hosts Lisk DAO
– From conceptualization to implementation in 3 weeks
– Endro goes all-in with Arcado Network
– Delegates’ overview


Lisk Community Meetup hosts Lisk DAO
Moosty group will host the next meetup on September 3rd at 5pm CET, allowing Peter Nobles to present Lisk DAO. The project received the grant of 2,500 CHF from the Foundation (here you can check previous winners) and aims to create DAOs using SDK and custom transactions. We analyzed the project in Week in Review – 38.
Join Discord to ask questions during the event or watch the livestream.


From conceptualization to implementation in 3 weeks
Less than one month ago (August 6th) ,LiskHQ announced to have introduced in Lisk SDK 5.0.0 a modularization of the code base to provide more flexibility to developers. Few days ago, they claimed to have closed that epic, that consists of 23 issues. Even during summer, the company demonstrates the high committment in coding the new development kit a soon as possible.


Endro goes all-in with Arcado Network
More than one year ago Endro announced his intention to work full-time in the development of projects using Lisk and few days ago he claimed to mainly focus on Arcado Network.
Lisk Magazine had the chance to reach him and ask few questions. The developer is running Hallar and Arcado and he confirms his intention to push both of them, in order to explore different approaches and goals. While Hallar is focused on delegates, it’s closed source and it will get more media exposure when the next consensus will be released, Arcado is focused on developer community, it will be an open-source DAO and with much more funding possibilities.
As he is periodically launching brand new ventures, he remains fully committed on Lisk and divides his time according to the potentiality of these Lisk-based projects.


Delegates’ overview
According to LiskMonitor, in the past week there were no changes in delegates’ landscape: GDT lost 880k LSK and individuals gained 5M votes.
At the time of writing, minions is still a forging delegate and further secured his position as he has now more than 8 million LSK from (position 102).
At individual level, the most voted delegates are: minions [+4.2M], [+1.6M], liskjapan [+1.1M].
The biggest individual losses came up for panzer [-1M], mac [-1M], crolisk [-1M], bilibili [-1M], [-4M].
Voting for Hosts, it is possible to receive 1 free LSK by minions (no action required, just vote the list).

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