BitShares is the smart contract platform with built-in support for recurring payments and subscription payments. BitShares core team has recently issued the budget worker proposal for 2018, revealing the information about its future development plans.
The development cycles include:
- Feature Release (non-hard fork): three-week sprints
- Core Release (Hard Fork): twice annually, first Thursday of June and December
That means that the most proximate hard fork of BitShares cryptocurrency will go live on June 7, 2018. The Feature Release will span approximately three weeks from planning through tested and delivered software, called a sprint. Eventually, the release will be tagged within the bitshares-core GitHub repo along with release notes, and the following day the next sprint cycle will be began by the team.
It looks like BitShares team is working hard to improve all services delivered to the community, and we are looking forward to receiving more info regarding the upcoming hard fork of the coin. At the moment of press, these are the main market parameters of BitShares:
Average price: $0,166191
Marketcap: $433 996 163
24h volume: $10 214 500