Top releases to look forward to in mid June 2018

Don't forget to mark these dates on your calendar: pay attention to VeChainThor, AppCoins, Viuly, Quantum, Luxcore, Digibyte, Tron.

The Public Alpha Test of the VeChainThor blockchain is scheduled for June 15, 2018

The Public Alpha Test will consist of several reputable third party cyber security and code auditors ranging from private firms to esteemed enterprises. In addition, the VeChain Foundation would like to vet and approve 100 public testers.

AppCoins (APPC): Aptoide with Side-Chain will be released on June 15, 2018

‘Dev’ version of Aptoide with side-chain will complement the May release with side-chain/state channels, allowing scalability.

Beta version of Viuly (VIU) will be released on June 15, 2018

An admin in the Viuly Telegram group has announced that the Beta Release will be postponed until June 15, 2018.

Quantum (QAU) token swap: Tokens.net will be published by 15 June 2018

For the purpose of the token swap an address that will automatically convert QAU tokens received for DTR tokens and return them to the sender’s address in a corresponding amount.

Luxcore Mercury v5.0 will be released on June 15, 2018

A new package of features includes Smart Contracts, SegWit, block pruning, Phi2 and perhaps most importantly a full-fledged marketing campaign.

Hard fork of Digibyte (DGB) is planned for June 21, 2018

An upcoming DigiByte hard fork that will change some of DigiBytes mining algorithms to maintain GPU friendliness.

The migration from ERC20 tokens to TRX will begin on June 21, 2018

The activity will be carried out from the 21st to the 25th of June with users being asked to deposit their tokens in 26 exchanges that will be supporting the migration.

TRX

0.02392 USD
5.77%

DGB

0.01259 USD
-0.63%

APPC

0.07561 USD
0.26%

LUX

0.3417 USD
-0.86%

QUA

0.000000 USD
0.00%

VIU

0.000040 USD
0.00%

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