When some turn to ghosts in October, Qtum continued to push itself out there with our latest research findings to improve our technology for everyone.
Jordan Earls, Qtum’s co-founder and project lead on the x86 virtual machine, has been diligently improving on the x86 design. During the month of October, Earls introduced a token standard framework similar to an ERC20 token in Qtum’s x86; a post on Exposed Formats in Qtum x86; and a Memory Map of the x86 VM.
In addition, Earls published a proposal to allow free UTXO creation in Qtum. The proposal would allow for smart contracts to operate without the need of sending a small unit of Qtum to a certain address and grant it a UTXO.
“The blockchain is incapable of knowing that [your] addresses belong to the same wallet. So, what happens when you choose to send QRC20 tokens to some certain address, but then find out that address has no UTXOs....
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