As per the Lisk’s blog, they announced Lisk released Core 2.0.0 to the Mainnet which is the first Lisk Core release built using the Lisk SDK.
This is the first Lisk Core release built using the Lisk SDK. For this purpose, together with Lisk Core we also published the Lisk SDK to the NPM registry with the same version number — 2.0.0. While the soft fork is reported to be triggered on August 23, 2019, an upgrade before this date is mandatory.
The release has several breaking changes. It also completes a number of objectives on the Architecture and Design phase of our roadmap. We are changing our software license from GNU GPL v3.0 to a more permissive Apache 2.0. We have published Lisk SDK 2.0.0 to the NPM registry — custom transaction support comes with 2.1.0 scheduled for a release tomorrow, as per the announcement.
The price of LSK to BTC has halted its rout and gained somewhat on the back of this underlying news in the recent past.
The initial announcement of the fork on July 23rd created some short term buying activity and the actual fork may have a similar effect, although the price of LSK has tumbled about 13% in the recent weeks as you can observe weekly plotting above.
Technically, on daily plotting of LSKBTC & dragonfly pattern have occurred at 0.0001105 and 0.0001148 take-off rallies above DMAs , whereas counters, while both leading and lagging oscillators substantiate short-term momentum.
The major trend constantly slid below EMAs on & 3-black crow formations, both leading oscillators substantiate strength. Hence, there are no traces of considerable recoveries, in the long run, it is wise enough to wait for the better clarity of the major trend. Courtesy: BNC , Lisk sources & TradingView