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Terra Classic Developers Push Back V2.1.0 Upgrade

A group of developers working on the Terra Classic blockchain

The L1 Joint Task Force (L1JTF), a group of developers working on the Terra Classic blockchain, has announced that the v2.1.0 upgrade will be delayed from May 31 to June 14. The delay is due to the need for additional testing.

The v2.1.0 upgrade is a major update that will introduce a number of new features to Terra Classic, including:

  • Compatibility with Luna 2.0 and Cosmos
  • A new staking mechanism
  • A new governance system

The L1JTF team has been working hard on the v2.1.0 upgrade and is confident that it will be a major improvement for Terra Classic. However, the team also wants to make sure that the upgrade is thoroughly tested before it is released.

The delay in the v2.1.0 upgrade is disappointing for some Terra Classic users, but the team said that it is committed to delivering a high-quality product. The team is confident that the v2.1.0 upgrade will be worth the wait.

In the meantime, Terra Classic users can continue to use the network as usual. The v2.0.1 upgrade, which was released on May 16, introduced a number of bug fixes and improvements.

The L1JTF team will provide more updates on the v2.1.0 upgrade in the coming weeks.


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