Dash Releases Upgrade In Response to Newly Exposed Vulnerabilities
Max Boddy's original article for cointelegraph.com reduced by 41%
Dash has released Dash Core v0.14.0.3, a new version of the wallet and P2P client for its cryptocurrency DASH in light of recent transaction spikes on its mainnet. According to the announcement, Dash was hit with either an external stress test or attack on Wednesday and Thursday this week. Dash Core version 0.14.0.3 is reportedly designed to address some of these issues and includes changes such as improvements to database space use and various signing failures.
Dine and dashNear the end of 2018, a United States-based fast food chain restaurant called Church's Chicken began to accept payments in DASH at its South American branches in Venezuela. There are reportedly 10 Church's Chicken restaurants in Venezuela, and all of them decided to accept DASH. At the time of their decision, the restaurant reportedly claimed that it was the first global, fast food restaurant to take crypto payments.
In a less-than-savory turn of events, a man in Israel allegedly stole over $9 million in DASH from his roommate. 74 DASH from Alexei Yaromenko, who apparently is an early cryptocurrency investor that taught his roommate about crypto.
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