Cardano’s Vasil Hard Fork Postponed For Few More Weeks - TheNewsCrypto
- Final testing and other minor concerns are to blame for the new delay.
- Cardano’s newest delay did not seem to bother the community all that much.
Networks may flourish only if they get regular updates. Adapting to the market’s demands, as well as its faults, is now a requirement, especially with the glitches and downtime in the crypto sector. Cardano (ADA) opted to implement the Vasil Hard Fork in order to improve its network’s performance and scalability.
Final Testing and Other Minor Concerns
Over the last several months, however, there have been many delays in this process. It was scheduled to become live by the end of July at the earliest. The hard fork has been postponed again further due to unforeseen circumstances.
For now, the Vasil hard fork has been postponed for a few more weeks, according to IOG’s Kevin Hammond, who spoke in Cardano360. Final testing and other minor concerns are to blame for the new delay. Instead of jumping directly into a hard fork, the network wanted to take its time and make sure things were done correctly.
Kevin further added:
“Obviously, from where we are, there could be a few more weeks before we go to the actual Vasil hard fork. This is incredibly important. All the users have to be ready to progress through the hard fork to make sure the smooth process, both for them and end users of the Cardano blockchain.”
Cardano’s newest delay did not seem to bother the community all that much. Several others flocked to Twitter to point out how the network was progressing towards perfection.
The community should not be startled by the frequent occurrence of software development delays, according to some. In the words of another Twitter user, he’d prefer wait a few more weeks than deal with big problems or even security breaches.
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