Advertisement
AD

Main navigation

Here's Why Next Flare Songbird Release Is Crucial

Advertisement
Fri, 10/12/2021 - 16:06
Here's Why Next Flare Songbird Release Is Crucial
Cover image via stock.adobe.com
Read U.TODAY on
Google News
Contents
Advertisement

In Q3, 2021, the mainnet launch of Flare (FLR), a much-anticipated EVM-compatible "utility fork" of XRP Ledger, was postponed. Here is when it might finally go live.

Flare will see its mainnet "launch candidate" in Q1, 2022

According to the latest official announcement shared on Twitter by the administration of Flare Networks, its team has prepared a plan to roll out Flare in mainnet.

In Q1, 2022, the next major upgrade will be implemented into Songbird, a "canary network" (or "sister chain") of Flare.

Once implemented and stress tested, this release will be utilized as a "launch candidate" for the mainnet version of Flare.

Then, the candidate will be undergoing testing in mainnet specifications, and the road to Flare will be opened.

This announcement was met with excitement by the audience of Flare Networks' Twitter account.

Flare's ecosystem is finally taking shape

Flare's "canary network," Songbird, launched in September 2021 to allow its community to experiment with all mechanisms of the much-anticipated blockchain.

Related
Flare's Songbird Successfully Exits Observation Mode: Details

After deployment of its smart contracts to mainnet, SGB tokens were distributed between snapshot participants.

Creators and enthusiasts immediately started to build the infrastructure of Songbird. In November 2021, the first NFT collections were released.

Advertisement
TopCryptoNewsinYourMailbox
TopCryptoNewsinYourMailbox
Advertisement

Latest Press Releases

Our social media
There's a lot to see there, too

Popular articles