Zed Run Cancels Tournament, Working on Fix for Out-of-Sync Data

Zed Run Cancels Tournament, Working on Fix for Out-of-Sync Data

Zed Run is cancelling tomorrow's upcoming tournament, Conditional Z51 to Z100, due to technical concerns. It will be rescheduled for a later date.

New races are not facing issues, the team said in Discord, but developers are working on a fix "to attempt to align the out-of-sync data from the past 15 hours with what is on the blockchain."

This fix is intended to correct errors that began for paid races hours ago, first reported by the team at 9:49 a.m. ET. The bug caused races to run twice and race results did not match payout and class point rewards.

The current tournament, Paid Pity Point, will continue to run "as is using currently displayed leaderboards for the tournament quarterfinals." That tournament is not having any issues, according to Ryan of the Zed Run team.

This is a developing story. Lucky Trader will provide additional information as it is released.

More about Zed Run

The NFT horse racing ecosystem, Zed Run replicates the multi-billion dollar equine industry on the blockchain, where horse owners can buy, sell, breed, and race digital horses. Based on Novus Earth, Zed Run horses are made up of four different bloodlines: Nakamoto, Szabo, Finney, and Buterin, all with varying degrees of rarity, scarcity, and purity. 

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