The developers of stablecoin Libra, which is scheduled for release in 2020, have published a second roadmap in which describes the future direction of the project.
As part of the work plan, developers are stableCoins will focus on defining launch criteria for moving from a preliminary version of Libra to the core network and on attracting and training new members of the Libra community so that they can make a valuable contribution to the project.
The team is working on a full set of documents onthe architecture of the Libra protocol, and is also completing work on external APIs with the participation of the community. Libra has developed community feedback and is actively collecting project comments. In general, the Libra infrastructure is almost completely ready. In addition, Libra deployed eight validator nodes in its preliminary network.
In the future, Libra will seek to attractmore organizations to join the Association to continue to expand and develop the network. The document also states that non-technical members of the Association will need to hire third-party companies to launch the node.
The first project roadmap was published inOctober, and its launch date was set for 2020. Specific project launch dates have not yet been set due to ongoing confrontations with regulators.