Lisk (LSK) ICO ended in March 2016 with the crowdfunding event amassing more than 14,000 BTC. While there is still a lot of buzz about Lisk, not many know about it or actively partake in it. It is a platform to allow for the development of decentralized apps. But while other projects like Ethereum use a new and difficult coding language and have one blockchain that incorporates all the dapps, Lisk does something different.
Lisk (LSK) Events
The other event is the Token 2049 in Hong Kong on March 20-21. It brings together developers and entrepreneurs in the crypto world from across the globe. People pitch ideas and promote and enlighten others about their projects and services. Max Kordek will be presenting on Lisk in this event which has the attention of the entire world.
Even though the idea was much talked about before and after the ICO in 2016, there were many misconceptions about Lisk which led Max Kordek himself to write a lengthy blog post addressing all those misconceptions. He talked at length about what Lisk is, and more importantly, what Lisk isn’t.
This is pivotal for Lisk since it will give birth to a community where the breakthrough of one developer can help the others. If someone stumbles upon a new feature or improvement on the sidechain feature then others can simply copy and tweak it for their dapp to use it. This results in a partnered collaboration which eventually improves the service as a whole for both users and developers.
The two events relating to Lisk (LSK) will help clarify any persisting doubts about Lisk. They also present an opportunity for the Lisk team to show developers how they can use their platform for their dapps. It also has a directory for all the dapps created and hosted on the platform.