Fusion (FSN) is a public blockchain devoting itself to creating an inclusive cryptofinancial platform by providing cross-chain, cross-organization, and cross-datasource smart contracts.
On August 14, the Fusion team announced that Fusion mainnet launch, which was expected by August 17, is delayed.
DJ let the Fusion team know that the problem causing the delay is with stability. Integrating the POS and the POW is proving to be a challenge that must be overcome in order for main net to proceed. With that said, DJ did outline two approaches he has in mind for solving the problem and is confident it will be solved. It’s simply a matter of needing more time. He expressed it is essential for Fusion to launch a stable, thoroughly tested, fully functioning main net.
“In anticipation of the community’s logical next question — how much more time will it take to launch the main net? The answer is, we don’t know. Unfortunately, it’s the nature of innovation and developing completely new technology. It’s often impossible to put a stake in the ground knowing exactly when tech will be fully functioning. Relying on a methodical approach to problem-solving and staying focused on the development process is the way Fusion is moving forward”, – writes the Fusion team.