Most of you have been wondering what happen since last year, we stopped publishing monthly updates, xel.org website went down for months, we didn’t publish lots of news.
Let’s start with the good stuff, what was our main issues !
As most of you know, the project is open-source and meant to be decentralized, which mean that some of our services have been managed by different people. That’s the case for the domain xel.org, …
This past month, mid November to mid-December, has been a bit slower, but there are still several updates from the XEL community.
The team successfully restarted the testnet that was unused since the mainnet launch this past summer. Anyone can connect a Xeline client to the testnet. If you need any help, come reach the XEL team in our Discord!
The team has reorganized the developer tools repo on GitHub: https://github.com/xel-community/xel-developers-tools
You can find the API documentation with examples, proof-of-concepts, and tools to develop in ePL.
Since the XEL/Elastic Project began in April 2016, the community has witnessed many talented developers including one of the best in Crypto, know as Evil-Knievel (EK).
Recently, the XEL community has become more active with marketing and developing.
Certain community members connected with EK in September 2018. During that time, the Elastic network was having a few technical issues:
EK asked for help setting up a new block explorer, and help he found! Following the revamped block explorer, team members stayed in the team Slack and created the Discord server. With both the Slack and Discord activity, many contributors volunteered to help the project. …