Welcome back, MintCoin!
This is the first release of MintCoin in more than 2 years. The primary focus has getting the code working on modern systems, as well as fixing the most painful user issues.
Peers updated from DNS #43
No longer will you have to give hints to the wallet so it can know where to connect by setting
MintCoin.conf. An initial set of peers is pulled from the DNS.
Note: We are looking for more people to run a DNS server. Scripts to set this up are in the MintCoin-DNS-lookup-server repository.
Fix for out-of-memory in Windows 32-bit wallet
Building the Qt wallet for Windows to be "large address aware" fixes the crashing that many Windows users experience. Some more details can be found here.
Display when the next coin will be available for minting as a tooltip #57
Support for ARM CPU #44
The wallet can run on single-board computers (SBC) if they have enough RAM (about 2 gigabyte).
We have a ton of fixes for Linux (both Debian-based and Fedora distributions), Windows, and macOS builds.
Lots of other bug fixes
There have been quite a few other small fixes and documentation changes.
For a list of all of the pull requests merged, you can use the GitHub pull requests list:
For a detailed set of all changes, please look at the GitHub commit log:
Thanks to everyone who helped make this possible.