Announcement

Important announcement and new information for the Loki Network company and development.

Hefty Heimdall Changes for Service Node Operators

There are a number of new and changing rules being implemented in the Loki Hefty Heimdall hardfork, and Service Node operators should make sure they’re aware of the new requirements. The following changes will be implemented on July 24 at block height 321,467. Changing Rules: We have relaxed the Service Node deregistration rules in order …

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Loki Launcher

The Loki Launcher has just been released, and we STRONGLY RECOMMEND that all Service Nodes update. The Loki Launcher has a number of components which will improve the user experience for Service Node operators and reduce the chance of being deregistered. These include managing the Loki Storage Server, lokid, and in the future, Lokinet – …

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Hefty Heimdall 4.0.0

Loki Messenger alpha and Checkpointing! Today we are announcing the release of our next Loki hardfork, Hefty Heimdall. This hardfork will include a number of updates for both Loki Messenger and Loki Core, including: Service Node Checkpointing Loki Storage Server (Stores Loki Messenger messages on Service Nodes) Internode testing (Blockchain and message storage) Loki Messenger …

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The Loki Foundation achieves registered charity status in Australia

I’m pleased to announce that in recent months the Loki Foundation (LAG Foundation Ltd) was successful in attaining registered charity status with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC). This is an exciting milestone for our project team and all in our community as it marks Loki as Australia’s first privacy software not-for-profit organisation. Our …

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