NANO V16.1 to Release in Mid-October to Solve Blockchain Synchronization and iOS TestFlight Problems
Nano V16.1 Set for Release in Mid-October to Solve Synchronization Problems within Its Blockchain Network
The Nano cryptocurrency project is set to release its V16.1 soon according to a twitter update on September 25th. This information signaled progress in the soon to be released milestone, Nano says it has already taken up the issues raised during the iOS version testing. Furthermore, other issues within the wider cryptocurrency community whom had integrated the Nano network are being addressed.
Nano’s blockchain network had started to encounter a syncing inefficiency for users who were on the V16.0. Therefore, a good number of the platform participants had opted to downgrade to the much stable V15.2. At the moment, Nano’s development team is finalizing on the testing of its new version while fixing any inefficiencies within the ecosystem as they prepare to release V16.1.
This cryptocurrency project has actively engaged users in testing the V16.1 in both the betanet & Mainnet proving a well in place synchronization. However, the test participants found a shortcoming within this new advancement, there is a bug causing momentary peer count loss by the nodes.
In addition, Nano tackled the iOS testflight issue where users claimed that an expiry date for testing had prompted closure of this gateway. It therefore follows that a significant number of the iOS users are still using the old version as a result of wallet inaccessibility as it stands.
Nano however gave an assurance to its community members that the new update will be out as soon as mid-October. This means that iOS users will be able to migrate to the new version then using their copied seed. The move by Nano will benefit its community fully once V16.1 is live on beta.