Nick Bogales, director of engineering at Ripple, responded to the latest release with the modification of the XLS-20, “It’s unfortunate, but it does happen.”
Nik Bougalis, director of engineering at Ripple, claims that a fix will be needed to be able to move forward with the XLS-20 modification that will activate native support for non-fungible tokens on the XRP Ledger.
The software engineer and coding designer says his team will soon propose a “one-line” fix that will make it possible to fix the problem at the core of the problem.
As reported by U.Today, Wietse Winde, lead developer of XRPL Labs, recently made an announcement withdrawing support for the mod after discovering that a simple tag on non-fungible tokens may have been misused. NFTs issued on top of the XRL Ledger can end up closing.
Ripple’s auditors will also veto the pending modification.
The fix will disable the respective flag in order to get rid of the problem. The Ripple developer team will then suggest a version of version 1.9.4.
Bougalis hopes that this will be the last issue to be discovered with the XRP Ledger.
The Head of the Engineering Department expressed his gratitude to those who helped define the problem.
“I am pleased to see a diverse group of participants taking action by prioritizing the security and security of XRPL,” Bogalis said.
David Schwartz, CTO at Ripple, says that “community-led” collaboration is the only way to ensure that users have positive experiences.
As reported by U.Today, XRP validators began voting on the amendment in late August. 80 percent of them had to vote in favor of the proposal within a two-week period. However, the vote has now been derailed due to the aforementioned issue.