The multi-platform blockchain project Lisk has just released its developmental roadmap, which will cover five milestones that the team will build over the next few years.
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Lisk Roadmap Reveals 5 Key Phases
The Berlin-based Lisk project (Lisk.io) has been making waves within the cryptocurrency community for being a possible rival of the Ethereum project. Lisk is a public blockchain platform created by Max Kordek and Olivier Beddows that seeks to create an environment of decentralized applications build around its distributed ledger.
Last week, the development team revealed its project roadmap for the Lisk protocol and community. The technology is technically a fork of the Crypti platform and aims to be the first successful modular cryptocurrency.
With Lisk, every participating project relies on its own sidechain with each chain being secured by 101 masternodes who are chosen by the applications designers. Alongside this, the system uses a delegated-proof-of-stake (DPoS) mechanism within its network.
The current roadmap separates development into distinct phases, which include: Inception, Resilience, Expansion, Ascent, and Eternity. The various goals have no deadlines or expected time frames as each implementation is more of