We are not setting an end-of-life date for the ACME v1 protocol because we don’t yet have enough data to determine when would be an appropriate date.
Once we’re confident that we can predict an appropriate end-of-life date for our ACME v1 API endpoint we’ll announce one.
There are three primary reasons why we’re starting a transition to ACME v2.
It was always our intent for ACME v1 to form the basis for an IETF standardization process.
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