- Cardano’s Charles Hoskinson announces new schedule for Vasil hard fork upgrade
- Hoskinson shared that if the network doesn’t support the new update, the Any further issues encountered with the September release.
Cardano founder Charles Hoskinson has revealed new details about the much-anticipated Vasil hard fork upgrade. The IOHK co-founder revealed that the upcoming hard fork could be released as early as September 2022.
Hoskinson announces new date for upcoming Vasil upgrade
In a new video update, Charles Hoskinson announced a new timeline for the upcoming Vasil hard fork upgrade, adding, The update can be released as early as September 2022, provided the team does not encounter additional issues or roadblocks.
“So sometime in September, unless something is found, or we’ve got a big slowdown somewhere, it’s going to look like this .” Hoskinson later shared. “So unless something is found, or we have a big slowdown somewhere, it’s going to be sometime in September.” Hoskinson later shared, “So sometime in September, unless it’s found. What, or we had a big slowdown somewhere, otherwise it looks like this,” Hoskinson later shared.
The IOHK team earlier tweeted a progress report on the Vasil hard fork, informing how the network is currently joining the exchange. According to IOHK, nearly 40% of SPOs have been updated. The thread also informed how cryptocurrency exchange Binance has already started upgrading its nodes to deploy the upcoming fork.