Dash Core Group, the entity responsible for developing the privacy-focused coin DASH, publicized fresh changes to the asset’s proof-of-stake network.
An announcement on Medium from Pasta, one of Dash Core Group’s Developers, said:
“Dash Core v0.16.0.1 binaries are released and ready for deployment on mainnet by node operators. This is a major release and is a mandatory upgrade for all miners and masternodes.”
It has been reported that the network update improves the DASH ecosystem in a number of ways, including methods for confirming appropriate masternode holder software, wallet user interface enhancements, and better anonymity capabilities when using PrivateSend, the project’s non-custodial coin-mixing option.
#DASH has released a slew of mandatory updates, @benjaminpirus reports. https://t.co/XDcEv3k7YT — Cointelegraph (@Cointelegraph) September 30, 2020
However, the announcement said that the upgrade also includes “block reward reallocation to improve the economics of Dash by adjusting the percentage of reward.”
Recently, Dash made public another change on September 18, a platform calling on decentralized cloud use for blockchain information storage, based on concepts mentioned in its Dash Evolution movement.
Thus, initiated five years ago, Dash Evolution targets simpler crypto use for participants, as the September 30 Dash updates also result from Dash Evolution ideals.