aitiba
about 1 year ago  Karma: 87
Know when product is ready to go in MainNet

¿How loom network knows when cryptozombies, delegacall or dappchain is ok to run it on MainNet? I would like to know the steps, if they exist.

Thanks! :-)

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aitiba
about 1 year ago  Karma: 87
Know when product is ready to go in MainNet

¿How loom network knows when cryptozombies, delegacall or dappchain is ok to run it on MainNet? I would like to know the steps, if they exist.

Thanks! :-)

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Security

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bockpeter
about 1 year ago Karma: 1162

I'd assume they know a product is ready to migrate to it's side-chain after it has the desired functionality, their beta-testers report no new bugs and no additional features they would like to see (I assume they have beta testers... so many products nowadays coudl use some beta testers to check that everything works as it should before they're launched), and it passes the gamut of unit tests they're sure to have in place.

Though those 3 projects you've mentioned won't go to the mainnet. they run on side-chains connected to it, but techncially only whatever smart contract is made to interact with the side-chain part will find it's way out onto the Ethereum Main Net.

I'd assume they know a product is ready to migrate to it's side-chain after it has the desired functionality, their beta-testers report no new bugs and no additional features they would like to see (I assume they have beta testers... so many products nowadays coudl use some beta testers to check that everything works as it should before they're launched), and it passes the gamut of unit tests they're sure to have in place.

Though those 3 projects you've mentioned won't go to the mainnet. they run on side-chains connected to it, but techncially only whatever smart contract is made to interact with the side-chain part will find it's way out onto the Ethereum Main Net.

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