Dear GRIDNET Community,
We would like to bring to your attention some important updates and potential disruptions that may impact the functionality of our test-net in the coming week. This is due to the numerous experiments and updates we are currently implementing on the existing ‘official’ nodes, in preparation for the upcoming release of the GRIDNET Core 1.1.1 software.
The processing of transactions on the test-net might be significantly disrupted and in some cases, possibly delayed or halted. We want to reassure you that these disturbances are temporary and part of our ongoing effort to enhance the capabilities of the GRIDNET platform.
One of the key updates we’re integrating involves the rebooting of nodes frequently, as we’re striving to revalidate the entire history of events, ensuring the stability and integrity of our network. We understand that this might cause inconvenience in the short term, but we firmly believe that this step is essential for the betterment of the system.
Moreover, we’re working diligently to incorporate the new mechanics of checkpoints, as explained in our recent blog post: ‘Checkpoints in Evolution: Balancing Integrity and Adaptability in the GRIDNET Decentralized Operating System’. We believe this novel addition will significantly enhance the resilience and adaptability of the GRIDNET protocol.
Once these tests and updates are successfully implemented, we anticipate a smoother and more efficient processing of transactions. We are truly excited about these changes, as they represent another major step towards our ongoing commitment to improving the GRIDNET ecosystem. Following this, we will be progressing towards the much-awaited release of GRIDNET Core 1.1.1.
We sincerely appreciate your patience and understanding during this period of transition. Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or need further clarification. As always, we value your input and feedback and look forward to seeing how these advancements will help shape the future of the GRIDNET community.
The GRIDNET Team