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Verge Core Update
— Build System
The build system for Verge Currency now runs at the speed of light when you compare it to the older method. Thank you “CircleCI” for helping us with an amazing and free process to apply to our strategies!
Another cool improvement is that we are now capable of providing almost any needed build automatically. I say almost because we have unresolved issues with the 32-bit systems. Now is a good time to let us know if we should provide a variant for the pre-build 32-bit system.
— Gitian (deterministic) Signed Builds
An upcoming improvement which provides us with much greater security is seen as being part of our standard development. There is still work that needs to be completed before this implementation, however, I’m sure we’ll succeed with a few more attempts. This should also allow us to create deterministic builds. Stay tuned for more!
Currently, there are many people trying features of all types of possible combinations as well as new advanced techniques to sign transactions.
— Upcoming goals
- Establishing a proper mining procedure for pools/solo-miner’s
- Add additional documentation/libraries to support “easy” mining
- Creating a migration guide from v4 to v5
Narrator: marpme feels accomplished to get to an end with the C++ compiling issues. There was so much coding and many system specifics that had to be learned and understood. God bless!
Since the release of the iOS wallet for Verge (great job again Swen van Zanten and Ivan!), Manuel’s blood pressure has slightly risen!
Jokes aside, there’s not a lot to say about the current state of Android development. Manuel was stuck on a problem related to the local “Realm database”, a problem that has been solved and allowed him to successfully integrate the Verge HD Kit he adapted from ...
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