Cardano ecosystem developer Adam Dean, who said in a Friday thread on Twitter that Cardano’s testnet was “catastrophically broken,” has asserted that the Vasil hard fork is now “better than ever.”
Vasil Is Now Better than Ever
On Friday, Adam Dean called on Charles Hoskinson to deploy the tooling needed for a disaster recovery plan as nodes 1.35.2 and 1.35.3 were out of sync after a bug had “catastrophically broken” the latter.
The report was ill-received by the operators of stake pools on Cardano, who said Hoskinson was rushing the process of the hard fork. Defending himself, the Cardano founder reported that the code causing the problems had been removed.
The Cardano ecosystem developer has also changed his earlier stance, now saying that they were “building together,” and the Cardano testnet is now “better than ever.” Dean tweeted:
— Adam Dean (@adamKDean)
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