Tuesday, December 6

Dogecoin Core 1.14.6 Finally Released By The Dogecoin Developers To Aid Security And Efficiency Of The Network

The Dogecoin developers finally release the latest updates, Dogecoin Core 1.14.6 which can improve the security, efficiency, and user interface.

The updates went live on early Thursday and all the users are asked to upgrade to the latest version as the latest version has numerous security fixes, modifications to the existing fee structure, and various new features.

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Michi Lumin Once Hinted The Release

As covered by Cryptolifedigital, Michi Lumin once tweeted on the 18th of July that the Dogecoin core release 1.14.6 might release soon. The updates are expected to add significant security updates and changes to network capability.

A charge in the wallet backup directory’s configuration and a limit on the maximum number of addnode has been limited to 800. An essential upgrade to DOGE’s fee mechanism was included in the release: dust limits for all network participants have been reduced from 1 DOGE to 0.01 DOGE.

The memory management of the network has been aided in the event of congestion as stated by the Github paper. The paper revealed that the network rejects buggy messages.

Dogecoin Core developer Patrick Lodder wrote in a Github document that:

“This is a new minor version release, including important security updates and changes to network efficiency. All Dogecoin Core users – miners, services, relay operators, and wallet users – are strongly recommended to upgrade.”

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