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We are happy to announce that the development and internal testing of ARK Core v2.6 has been completed and the largest Core release to date is now ready to be extensively tested publicly on our Development Network (Devnet) starting Tuesday 15th of October 2019.
Devnet is ARK’s public testing network, where anyone can participate, test or join to observe progress.
In this blog post we will provide more information on this feature-packed release, the plan for migration and an outline of the bounties you can earn by just testing and reporting issues (yup, you can earn ARK tokens just by finding an issue).
After months of non-stop development by our dedicated team, Core v2.6 is finally here. First and foremost, we just wanted to say that we’re truly proud and amazed by the work that our developers do every single day and we would all like to thank them for their dedication, enthusiasm and long nights working towards this release. We love you and all of this is possible because of YOU, so thank you!
What is Core V2.6?
Now on to the good stuff. Core v2.6 will be a massive feature-packed update with a number of new transaction types and features all enabling you to do more with ARK. Here’s a very quick overview of some of the most notable new features:
- New Transaction Types
- Multipayments — sending transactions up to 500 recipients within one transaction.
- IPFS — IPFS compliant hash saved on the ARK blockchain.
- Multi-signatures — Schnorr-based multi-signature system allows the signing of transactions from multiple keys based on the predefined minimum signatures required for successful validation.
- Delegate Resignation — for delegates who wish to resign from being delegates.
- Bridgechain Registrations — giving bridgechains an option to register on the ARK blockchain to gain awesome perks such as an option for automatic ...
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