To enable the new system, the Flare (FLR) team distributed SGB, the central native token of the Songbird blockchain. All FLR enthusiasts who previously requested SGB have received new coins.
The system is currently working in observable mode: node peering is done via the whitelist, while the flare team has the authority to restrict and remove restart operations from the Genesis block.
The FTSO contracts are expected to start operating shortly. If both the network and the FTSO smart contract are stable, the observation mode will end on September 27th.
Next steps for Songbird
After that, the process of whitelisting for node synchronization ends. Testing of F-Assets – the native assets of the Flare blockchain – will continue in the “full” Songbird mode.
After all components of the Songbird ecosystem have been successfully tested, the Flare mainnet will be released. Songbird will coexist with Flare and act as an experimental sandbox.
As reported by Bitcoinist, the Flare team decided to implement the Songbird “canary network” before Flare was published on the mainnet. In contrast to the test network, Songbird works with a limited token offer.
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According to U.today