Releases

Minor Update to 1.2.0.8

Minor build update to re-add rpc mining functionality. This was thought to have flagged AV software but it turns out not to have been the case and the functions that were removed are necessary for pool operators and testnet operations. If you are operating a pool or a dedicated node, please update as soon as you can.

MD5 hash: 22be49e493074e30a7a6e23ae37bc495

Also, same precautions should be taken. Make backups before you switch over!

NYCoin QT Wallet v1.2.0.7_beta

New Features:

Updates and Bug Fixes:

  • Fixed qr code generator
  • built with openssl 1.0.2o
  • pools will now accept lower fee blocks (with the new daemon)
  • Connections from Rabbitcoin clients (or others) will now be dropped.
  • Dust soft limit reduced to 0.001 nyc
  • Min tx fee reduced to 0.01

Important Notes:

  • When upgrading from the previous version, be sure to backup your old wallet through the QT application menu, or copy the wallet.dat to a safe location.
  • You can keep your block data files right where they are, the wallet will automatically locate and begin re-indexing. Re-indexing takes quite a bit of time due to the conversion from BerkelyDB to LevelDB, expect about 12 hours. We will be posting a bootstrap file with instructions when it becomes available.
  • For the Windows Release: also included in the zip file a build of the headless daemon. You can run it from the command line and it will act as a node on the NYC network much the same as your wallet does while it is running. The big difference is that there is no GUI and it is a bit more cumbersome to interact with. However, if you have a static IP and want to run a dedicated node, it is there to do just that. If you do happen to want to spin up a dedicated node, please let a member of the dev team know so that we can add your IP to the list of dedicated nodes in the wallet config files.

MD5 hash for windows zip b736b024cea2475b068bf569b7a0a560

NYCoin QT Wallet v1.1.2.2_beta

The QT wallet v 1.1.2.2 is a minor revision but it an important one. Improvements:

  • Removed the "Alert Key Compromised" message
  • Removed the miner, which triggers Anti Virus software.
  • Built with openssl 1.0.2n - modern security/privacy library

  • For the Windows Release: also included in the zip file a build of the headless daemon. You can run it from the command line and it will act as a node on the NYC network much the same as your wallet does while it is running. The big difference is that there is no GUI and it is a bit more cumbersome to interact with. However, if you have a static IP and want to run a dedicated node, it is there to do just that. fF you do happen to want to spin up a dedicated node, please let a member of the dev team know so that we can add your IP to the list of dedicated nodes in the wallet config files.

  • For OSX Release: version currently set to v1.1.1.1-unk-beta

Important note: When upgrading from the previous version, be sure to backup your old wallet through the QT application menu, or copy the wallet.dat to a safe location.

Thanks for all your support and be on the lookout for signs of wallet version 1.2 in the coming days.