Software update: Monero 0.14.0.2

Mar

11

2019

Blockchains and cryptocurrencies, in whatever form, are no longer part of the news. The founder of technology and at the same time the best-known application is Bitcoin, and since it is open source, many so-called altcoins have appeared. At the beginning of 2014 Bytecoin appeared on the basis of the CryptoNote protocol, which was completely different. Due to the mystery of the background of Bytecoin and the estimate that more than eighty percent was mined, a group of developers started with Bitmonero as fork, which in turn was forked at the end of April 2014 to the current Monero, due to disagreement among the developers. The network consists of numerous nodes that run the Monero client. An update has been released with version number 0.14.0.2 with the following announcement:

Boron Butterfly, Minor Point Release 0.2

This is the v0.14.0.2 minor point release of the Monero software, and it is part of the v0.14 network update. That major release was due to the March 9th network update, which in turn added a new PoW based on Cryptonight-R, added a new block weight algorithm, and a little more efficient RingCT format. This is an intermediary, stable release specifically for the network update, and does not represent Monero over the past 6 months. That effort will be in the 0.14.1 release, which will follow in March after the network update.

Some highlights of this minor point release are:
Added fix from Ledger for change bug with subaddresses
Fix crafted coinbase tx mishandling in wallet
Fix JIT build on mac
Make slow hash request a restricted RPC request
Fix off by one in block weight in regtest mode
Fix fork rules determination for old daemons
Fix estimated block height for GUI / API
Fix sync wedge when an incoming tx is already in the pool
Some highlights of this major release are:
New PoW based on Cryptonight-R
New block weight algorithm
New slightly more efficient RingCT format
Placeholder short payment ID to increase transaction uniformity
Obsolete long payment IDs are now disabled unless a switch is used
New event notifications for large block rate changes and blockchain reorgs
Unmixable outputs can be spent again
Fix bad pruned transactions JSON in RPC
Some build fixes for various platforms / setups
Fix for crash on exit
Version number 0.14.0.2
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows 7, Linux, BSD, macOS, Solaris, UNIX, Windows Server 2012, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows Server 2016
Website
Monero
Download
http://src.getmonero.org/downloads/
License type Conditions (GNU / BSD / etc.)

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