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Feb 11, 2019
by Gabriel Nergaard

Release of Veil Core Wallet Version 1.0.1.5

The Veil development team have just released version 1.0.1.5 of the Veil Core Wallet. All users are recommended to upgrade immediately.

The Veil development team have just released version 1.0.1.5 of the Veil Core Wallet. All users are recommended to upgrade immediately.

Improvements in this version include:

  • Reduced rate of staking orphans.
  • Multithreaded Zerocoin Spend Validation (2 CPU thread count by default. Set thread count using threadbatchverify=X in the veil.conf file, replacing X with thread count).
  • Faster and more efficient blockchain data syncing.
  • Consensus improvements to help nodes stay on the correct chain and on the latest block.
  • Multiple fixes for bugs that could cause incorrect display of wallet transactions and balances.
  • Fix for Zerocoin Mint transaction fee being too high in some scenarios.
  • New RPC command lookupzerocoin to manually look up the status of a user’s specific zerocoin denomination by serial, serial hash, pubcoin value, or pubcoin hash.
  • RPC command rescanringctwallet has been expanded and made more effective in finding missing CT/RingCT balances.
  • Significantly faster loading on wallet startup.
  • Users can now set their preferred Zerocoin denomination to be autominted by setting nautomintdenom=X in the veil.conf file, replacing X with 10, 100, 1,000, or 10,000. This setting may not work through GUI.

As always, we encourage Veil users to keep an eye on our changelog page for a summary of all major issues of which users should be aware.

Best regards,

The Veil Team

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