Cardano has fixed the FUD frenzy
According to a well-known Cardano supporter who runs the Logic stake pool administrator and creates the Plutus platform, Cardano nodes of versions 1.34.1 and 1.35.3 are standardized and functioning in line with the rules of usage of smart contracts. The lengthy Vasil hard fork was supposed to be implemented via a procedure using node 1.35.2, which the Cardano functionary also mentioned. The developer claims that if the problematic node, 1.35.2, delivers the incorrect transmission, nodes 1.34.1 and 1.35.3 would not incorporate it into the chain. 1.35.2 keeps the tx in its local mempool while every other node just transmits it over at the same time.
According to a Cardano enthusiast, the issue was brought on by node 1.35.2’s ability to let build-raw generate a legitimate transaction for a very little price. However, the issue has now been resolved and tested. The developer wrapped off his remarks by saying that even though the team continues to have a significant amount of testing to do, the odd problem that sparked a FUD frenzy on social media has been addressed.
Know what caused the issue
Recalling that a flaw in Cardano Node v1.35.2 caused “catastrophic” harm to the Cardano network system. That was the variant that was allegedly tested and prepared for the Vasil hard fork in the past. As a result, there was a minor disagreement between Charles Hoskinson, the project’s founder, and the owners of the stake pools. The entrepreneur blamed the users of the decentralized platform for dragging down the procedure and affecting programmers, while still urging all administrators to upgrade nodes to version 1.35.3. The first criticized Hoskinson for the undue hurry to update and the introduction of such flaws as a result.