- The ETC Core development team of the ETC has announced the roadmap for the year 2020.
- The team for core development is a leading Ethereum Classic core dev team that has been focused on building.
- The team is being taken care of by the ETC labs for their investment and all the development needs throughout the ETC ecosystem.
In a recent announcement, the roadmap for the core 2020 of ETC has been released. The ETC Core development team of the ETC has announced the roadmap for the year 2020.
The dev team had made their roadmap for the last year in such a way that it focused mainly on original infrastructure projects to help them streamline their software development process with high-quality automation and standardization.
The team for core development is a leading Ethereum Classic core dev team that has been focused on building and also supporting all of the ecosystem tooling, protocol, and EVM dev too.
OpenRPC, Pristine, Jade, Signatory, Expedition and many others our the projects made by this wonderful core dev team and all of these projects are also available to be found on Github, and all of them are 100% open source.
The team is being taken care of by the ETC labs for their investment and all the development needs throughout the ETC ecosystem.
The team that is taking care of the EVM and the compiler is being led Alan Li who is the ETC core’s lead engineer specializing in compilers, and he also is the lead maintainer for the EVM-LLVM backend project.
Zachary Belford is doing the tooling team lead, Shane Jonas and Zane star and Zach & Shane are on the co-lead.
Meowbits are leading the protocol provider team. Now maintaining the new core geth client, the ETC core, will be differentiating from the version of the Multi Geth client.
They have maintained Multi geth for the past year whilst implementing the OpenRPC, fork preparedness and bringing the client to the point of no longer being a near-direct copy of upstream branches. The team has been innovating, and that has made sure a sustainable client for the ETC node operators.