Because PHP 5.6 active support will end by the end of the month and v4.0 has not yet been released, PHP 7.0 could be the minimal requirement for the next major version.
The other benefit is that you can remove the paragonie/random_compat.
Oh, active support, meh, well, security support is all that really matters imo. If there are other bugs that don't affect the library in php 5.6, after that point, that's fine, it doesn't affect the library.
PHP 5.4 is already end-of-life, and 5.5 will EOL on 10 Jul 2016. PHP 5.6 is supported until 31 Dec 2018.
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