EOSIO’s Dawn 3.0 Platform Added To Github, Claims Blockchain Interoperability

Open source software publisher Block.one pre-released its scalability-focused Blockchain platform EOSIO Dawn 3.0 on Github yesterday, April 6, according to an EOSIO Medium post.

Dawn 2.0 had been released in December of last year, and the most current pre-release of Dawn 3.0 this April 6 is noted as a “major milestone on the road to EOSIO 1.0,” which reportedly will be released in June.

Earlier this month, Block.one and German fintech incubator FinLab AG announced a partnership for developing EOS software with $100 mln of funding.

EOSIO’s Medium post writes that that “we think we have achieved” the goal for inter-Blockchain communication, which they describe as the “the ultimate scalability feature — the holy grail — that the industry has been searching for,” to be “as secure as intra-chain communication between smart contracts.”

Dawn 3.0 contains many new features that “were not even contemplated in the original EOSIO White Paper,” most notably the capability to “accelerate throughput without hard forking changes” through parallel computation, the “ability to implement a light client as a smart contract,” the implementation of context free actions whose validation computation can be “pruned from replay,” and the addition of a new resource rate liming system…

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