Qtum core updates normally consist of Qtum Improvement Protocols. These QIPs are generated by both our developers and the community and in some cases requests from enterprise users. Our developers evaluate the impact of each QIP and work on high priority QIPs. All bug fixes and feature enhancements that have been issued to the core project will be listed here.
Update Mac OS README: https://github.com/qtumproject/qtum/commit/1b0fbd33277810af34c276e071f67c29dcc3511c
Unbreak build with Boost 1.72: https://github.com/qtumproject/qtum/commit/979f5fd872e0ab98dc8cad9cfa9335974392653d
Fix out-of-source build: https://github.com/qtumproject/qtum/commit/0697f0730ff770944a8735e7520ed53f94b6c73d
All the information of Qtum Hard Fork please refer: https://link.bar/qtumhardfork
The Qtum X86 Virtual Machine is a smart contract operating software that is designed to enable easily deployable decentralized applications. Currently, you can write smart contracts in C, there will be additional languages as we proceed with x86 development.
The enterprise version of Qtum, featuring high TPS (Transactions Per Second) and short confirmation time for blocks. Unita also features easy end-user customization per specific business chain requirements.
The Qtum Explorer is our blockchain explorer that is used for viewing transaction details on the Qtum blockchain. The primary blockchain explorer site is qtum.info. We frequently release updates to both explorer and the web wallet sites. Additionally, you’ll find information regarding the official Qtum Electrum wallet and support/feature updates to hardware wallets or other interesting services/products