From Apollo Foundation — April 1, 2019:
Our current development and releases are going phenomenal and better than expected. Everything is looking great.
We have hit a small safety and security issue that our dev team has been working unimaginable hours in preparation for this release … We love to deliver on or before our timeline …
However, there’s nothing more important to us than the safety and security of Apollo blockchain, investors’ funds, and our team’s health. We have made the difficult decision that before we finish integration, we allow our dev team to get proper rest with the goal of ensuring that every decision is made with absolute clarity and peak efficiency.
Although we have been working non-stop to release sharding and DEX [decentralized exchange] today (April 1), we may need to hold off this release … to ensure that these revolutionary technologies are integrated flawlessly.
Fortunately, we have integrated a large portion of these technologies so, in reality, our goal of integration on April 1st has been realized — just not to the extent that we hoped for. We made this decision because we know we are about to make blockchain history …. [People] will remember it for what it is: the moment a theory became reality and blockchain bloat became a thing of the past.
Here’s more info on Apollo sharding.
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