VeChainThor [VET] launches optimized version 1.0.1 source code
On 2nd August, VeChainThor’s official Twitter handle tweeted regarding an update on the VeChainThor [VET] blockchain. The source code for v1.0.1 is now available for download on GitHub. The tweet also conveyed that the team had been working seamlessly towards optimizing the source code after the launch of the VeChainThor Mainnet.
According to their tweet, this release is mainly a maintenance release which is said to noticeably improve the performance of the blockchain. The source code comes with an improvised API document and a speedy block synchronization. The blockchain will now be able to discover and tackle malicious P2P content packets which had previously caused a panic among the users.
VeChainThor has also worked on some of the bugs and fixes as mentioned on the Github page:
“Fix inaccurate error when request API
Add timeout on processing
--on-demandflag in solo mode
Set default NAT flag to
Ever since its genesis two years ago, VeChain is being used in many industries like agriculture, luxury goods, logistics, foods, and drugs, along with adoption by governments.
On August 1st, 2018 VeChainThor released an update for their VeChainThor mobile wallet with enhanced security features and optimized user experience. Reportedly, the company has been very busy the previous month planning updates and new releases.
Some of the worlds largest enterprises have recognized and are backing the VeChainThor Platform, with the company is working to be recognized as a Blockchain X. VeChain has partnered with PwC through its PwC incubator program which gives them access to the firm’s huge worldwide network of clients.
VeChainThor began trading at the end of August 2017 at around $0.25. Currently, the value is $0.026321.
Twitter user adilazmi82 tweets:
“While there is such a great announcement coming from your team,why is
#VET getting dumped on exchange?”
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