Dash Reveals Protocol Versioning Feature

Dash Core Group (DCG) has rolled out an upgrade of the platform with support for protocol versioning feature.

According to an official blog announcement, the new feature allows for the smooth rollout of breaking changes without affecting user experience.

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The new version of the Dash Platform v0.15 also includes document binary properties, the Dash Platform Name Service improvements and JS Wallet library refactoring.

Dash Core Group Head of Product, Dana Alibrandi, says the next release to arrive “sometime between October 6–20.”

“This is the 4th release in our newly defined process, and our 5th release overall, where observers of Dash’s development can expect new functionality delivered roughly every 6 weeks,” Alibrandi added.

Alibrandi adds the DCG will also be publishing DIPs related to Identities and Dash Platform Name Service (DPNS) in the coming weeks.

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