Core crypto releases for July 19, 2018

Core crypto releases for July 19, 2018

Don't forget to mark the 19th of July on your calendar: pay attention to ZenCash, BitShares and The Abyss

ZenCash (ZEN) hard fork is scheduled for July 19, 2018

The first step of the hard fork will be the introduction of super nodes, a new node class for sidechains, at block height 344700. The core improvements will be introduced as well.

BitShares (BTS) protocol upgrade will be released till July 19, 2018

BitShares Core Release 2.0.180612. All nodes should upgrade before the aforementioned date. The release features consensus changes like require owner authority to change asset issuer, maker orders with better prices take precedence, remove expired price feeds on maintenance interval, potential something-for-nothing fill bug and others.

Pre-Alpha version of The Abyss Platform is scheduled for July 19, 2018

Introduction of pre-alpha version of The Abyss will allow to create more in-depth user experience and will encourage developers to place their games on the platform.

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