In the third quarter of 2021, the launch of the Flare Mainnet (FLR), a highly anticipated fork of the XRP Ledger registry utility that is compatible with EVM, was delayed.
According to the latest official announcement tweeted by the Flare Networks team, the plan to deploy the Flare mainnet is now complete.
Songbird’s next major update, due in the first quarter of next year, will herald the launch of Flare. If testing on Songbird is successful, you can launch Flare.
The next major update to Songbird, coming in Q1 next year, will form the launch candidate for Flare. If it passes testing on Songbird then Flare can be launched.
— Flare (@FlareNetworks) December 9, 2021
In the first quarter of 2022, the next major update will be rolled out to Songbird, the “canary network” or “sister network” of Flare. After implementation and stress testing, this release will be used as a “launch candidate” for the main Flare release.
Of course, this message was greeted with enthusiasm by Flare Networks’ Twitter followers.
Flare Songbird’s Canary Net was launched in September 2021 to allow the community to experiment with all the mechanisms of the highly anticipated blockchain.
After deploying smart contracts on the mainnet, SGB tokens were distributed among the participants in accordance with the screenshot.
Developers and enthusiasts started building the Songbird infrastructure right away and the first NFT collections were released in November 2021.
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