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Got rid of a hard fork warning message and also fixed an edge case
Titanium V3 fixes a lot of sync issues users had
Titanium v1 is an update to the Stellite network. This update brings us to V4 and will happen at block height 194600. It is a mandatory update for all node maintainers of Stellite, including pools, wallets and exchanges.
Highlights for V4 include:
- Changed Proof-of-Work algorithm to our custom XTL variant 2
- An improved Difficulty Adjustment Algorithm (DAA)
- A bump in minimum network fee and increased median blocksize limit
With this release we added a new
stellite-blockchain-downloader tool. This tool downloads and imports the latest available blockchain file so you don't have to sync from block 0.
Carbon V2 adds multiple fixes for daemons losing sync randomly, tx fee being set wrongly, some tx pool management, a CLI issue that caused refresh to not work as intended, and also some cosmetic changes to the CLI itself.
Stellite-Blockchain-Export-Block-109766.raw contains an export of the blockchain up to block 109766. The SHA256 hash for the file is
To import the file, use the following example command
stellite-blockchain-import --input-file Stellite-Blockchain-Export-Block-109766.raw --verify 0
Deleted remnant checkpoint.dat file which persisted from monero which inturn has led the daemon to become much smaller, this was replaced with a much smaller checkpoint file of XTL. Also added checkpoint blocks to source for getting rid of sync issues post V3 fork.
This release marks the use of first change to the original Cryptonight PoW algorithm to CryptonightV1 in response to the introduction of ASICs.
Fork height is set at 100800th block, every Stellite user that runs a node should update.
Special thanks to the following people for helping testing this release:
This release fixes the issue that people had while trying to send big amounts using the CLI wallet.
This release of Stellite(XTL), does a small change to how timestamps of blocks are verified due to which we had to revert our chain back by a considerable amount of blocks. This release is mandatory for all users and pool maintainers.