The blockchain network developers stated that:
“The July 1st target is off. No need to further discuss that,” “We have agreed on testnet and can still decide on mainnet.” they added.
The Atlantis upgrade allows for better interoperability between the two blockchains in a way that there is easier movement of decentralised applications (dApps) from one blockchain to the other.
The upgrade was initially introduced to original ethereum network in 2017 but was designed in 2016. It was created similarly to a fork of the ethereum network after the fall of The DAO, a smart funding vehicle which was based on contract and failed due to a weakening code exploit. It was launched despite disagreements regarding plans to hard fork the network so as to effectively undo the damage inflicted by The DAO’s failure, with ETC continuing on with the original chain.
Also, just last week, there were disagreements last week over the parts of Atlantis. These disputes included the efficiency of creating a fixed cap to the size of smart contract code on the blockchain.
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