The 30th edition of the Vergecurrency witnessed an effective discussion regarding the upcoming release on the network.
Version 6 of the Verge Core (Lumos) is going to be tested well on Github and when all the parts tested give trustable results, it shall be released in a couple of weeks as claimed by Verge. He further added that the Electrum spectrum is supporting the working on porting the latest elctrumX server.
‘’This means that you must upgrade your electrum client once it is released. Doing so, you will show you support the new halving schedule’’
Swan van Zanten, the Full Stack Senio Web developer on October 26 mentions that the development update itemized Verge Core release 6.0’ Electrum wallets along with the newly created Verge Docker images. They are the core subjects that needs a profound analysis.
The display of transactions, connection to the server, creation of wallet and syncing are together going to work for the progress of the project with the upgradation of the Electrum Wallet.
Verge further added that a number of Docker Images has been created to renew Wallet Services and replenish and update all the applications contributing towards the overall set up of the services. Some of the most significant features of the wallet include a price ticket API, a WhatsMyIP API, and a block explorer API.
In accordance with a report published by vergecurrency on its Medium page, a number of progressive changes will be added by the team to build up the network for the future. The newly introduced changes will ensure the balanced flow of XVG currency and its overall ecosystem.
Verge claimed that the updated hardfork tagged ‘new halvings’ is going to be the core part of the changes. The Halving shall come into existence at block 3700000 giving some more time(about 4 years) to the team to develop a greater network.
Verge stated that the key focus will be on the development of the V6 structures as well as taking the aid from all older nodes.
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