we are proud to announce new release of arqma codebase under the name of "ArQmA Devil's Legion 0.5.0 (hf 13,14)". After 160 commits and 12382 lines of code changes the ArQmA network is ready for the next step.
On the list below you will find the most important changes with this release:
After fork block v13 Date and time (GMT): Thursday, 22 August 2019 22:08:00 block 248200 => You should change minimum ring size to 11 (mixin 10).
Just after release tag we will start rebuild all nodes, wallet software and services. Binaries will be available for public in the next 48 hours.
Recently ARQ has been listed on qbtc.ink exchange which is popular in China. Actually there is one more exchange in the pipeline.
Concerning the premine burn there is a short video of the event:
We also modified the source code accordingly: see on -> github
Thanks to moneromoo advices the process went smoothly.
The code generating the burn wallet address is available at github. Basically we generated the public view and spend keys without deriving them from any private keys, which makes impossible any recovery of the wallet. You can reproduce the result.
You can check the transaction on the block explorer under the tab "Prove sending": here
The dev team decided to keep 350 K for Michal vel Malbit and 150 K for ArqTras. 74K have been set aside for the dev fund and will be transferred soon to a multisig wallet.
Recently we welcomed new members (140) from China on WeChat. Here we would like to thanks Joey Qiao#1471 from our discord for his precious help building the Chinese community.
Everybody is a foreigner somewhere and the ARQ Network is the cement between nationalities and people.
Where are you, Bitcoin "cypherpunks", when an honest project such as #Monero is delisted (with no legal reason) from some exchanges because literally it is *too private*?
I can deal with you screaming shitcoin, and happily educate against.
I am at loss for you doing noting.
$ARQ @ArQmA_Network important information for EU citizens https://twitter.com/Crex_24/status/1201822589771026432
Unit tests are not just for helping you write code & for verifying that existing functionality didn't change between commits.
They're also a tutorial & documentation! If you're not sure when & how to use a certain function, you should be able to look at the tests to find out :)