DASH Core 16.0.1 Upgrade

Major Release – DASH Core 16.0.1 Series

All P2PoolMining.Us DASH nodes have been upgraded to DASH v16.0.1

DASH 16.00.01

DASH v16.00.01

DashCore v0.16 is a major release and will be a mandatory upgrade for all users. Version 0.16 introduces the multi-year shift in the allocation of block rewards between masternodes and miners. In addition, this release includes a number of improvements to Dash including performance optimizations, wallet user interface enhancements, greater stability, and numerous enhancements through Bitcoin backports. Below are a few key highlights of this release.

Release Highlights

  • Block Reward Reallocation
  • Core Wallet UI/UX Improvements
  • Quorum Signing Optimizations
  • Network Threading Improvement
  • Minimum Protocol Check
  • Bitcoin Backports
  • Code Cleanup
    • PrivateSend Code Refactoring
    • PrivateSend Create Denominations Improvement
    • Core Wallet Enhancements
    • Additional Changes

Partner Implementation Notes

DashCore v0.16 is a mandatory update due to the change of the block reward allocation. All integration partners should immediately review the Product Brief and Release Notes to become familiar with the details of the release and begin the update process.

In addition to the hard fork which will occur with v0.16, there are important fixes and optimizations which will not be backported to v0.15. It is important to verify compatibility with particular attention to 1) changes to RPCs, 2) changes to command-line options, and 3) Bitcoin backports.

All P2PoolMining.Us Nodes Updated

As always, we actively monitor the DASH Forums for announcements of this type so that we can provide you the best service with our DASH P2pool nodes.

All of the P2Pool nodes operated by P2PoolMining.Us have been upgraded and are currently running the latest DASH daemon. Latest DASH software is on the DASH Downloads page here.

If you experience any issues with this latest release please let us know.

We appreciate your continued support!

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