Further improvements are going to be made to the website going forward and the hard work doesn’t end here, according to the team behind Lisk.
Also, a devoted page for the platform’s grant program, and an introductory “What is blockchain” page that caters to people who want to learn about this technology’s potential from the very beginning will be created by the Lisk team and which will include a clear roadmap that shows upcoming milestones for the project.
Lisk also intends to offer straightforward comparisons enabling people to compare and contrast its offering with other platforms in the industry, in a world where there are countless crypto projects vying for attention.
Lisk says that it is continuing to gather feedback from users on the features they would like to see — and even more details are set to be revealed at Lisk.js 2021, its annual blockchain developer event, which is going to run on May 21 and 22.
Looking ahead to the next 12 months, Lisk plans to implement its new interoperability solution, and develop a range of production-ready blockchain applications through its grant program and online hackathons. This will pave the way for the mainnet release of Lisk Core 3.0.0.