June 17, 2024

Libra Association publishes second roadmap for project development

Libra Association publishes second roadmap for project development

The Libra Association has published a second roadmap for the development of Libra Core software.

According toThe document, developers, companies and consumers will be able to create their own projects on the Libra blockchain through a system created on the basis of open source software.

In its first roadmap released inIn October, Libra stated that it would initially employ 5 developers working on full nodes on the testnet, with an additional 100 partners expected to join before the mainnet launch.

According to the new roadmap, developers will now focus on three main areas:

  • development of most of the main functions forthe main network, including full nodes, has already been completed and further actions of the team will be carried out in priority order. Their work will be to create a complete set of Libra protocol architecture documents, as well as create application program interfaces (APIs) for the network.
  • focus will be on defininga series of metrics regarding Libra Core, the Libra protocol, wallet, and other elements to determine success and identify dependencies according to the roadmap.
  • the association is taking steps to improvetransparency and encouraging the Libra community to contribute to the project. The roadmap states that the Libra team is currently seeking product feedback around the Libra infrastructure and API directly from client developers.
  • The association promised to provide updates on the project through the Libra developer blog and GitHub scheduling system.