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From now on, we will try to push out a development update on what has been happening on the core development side every fortnight or so. The format will vary based on its content that’s being presented and although its aim is to be comprehensive, it is not meant to reflect the entire PIVX development activity on GitHub.
Note: The following list only covers roughly the past 2 weeks worth of activity.
Major Core Wallet Release
- v3.3.0 was released on 6/18/2019 and was the first major wallet release this year.
- It disabled zPIV minting and enabled efficient spending of zPIV (v2) to PIV.
- Hard fork successfully occurred on 7/1/2019 without any issues. More info here.
- v4.0.0 development is now in full force and is targeted to be released before the end of Q3 2019 with numerous updates listed below along with more that are yet to be published.
- PR #936 “[zPIV] PublicCoinSpend v4 – Coin Randomness Schnorr Signature” has been submitted and is currently under review. This will enable the spend of legacy v1 zPIV that were minted before May 2018.
- Current status of the libzerocoin library remains the same and thus the zPIV minting will remain disabled until its cryptography is fixed and reviewed.
- PR #916 “Don’t assert if we were beaten to the block” by CaveSpectre11 has been merged to master. ...
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