In its quest to build trust among users and ensure stability on its platform, leading supply chain and enterprise-focused blockchain project, VeChain has rolled out an update of its Thor blockchain.
VeChain launches Thor V1.3.3
According to details on Github today, the Thor blockchain has been updated to V1.3.3 to rollout API updates that would enable users to check pending transactions on the platform conveniently.
In addition, Thor V1.3.3, which is only a maintenance update, has been designed to provide a fix to all the flaws experienced in previous versions, especially for bugs encountered during block producing, Vechain noted.
The newly updated VeChain Thor blockchain features changes on the network’s customnet, as the project stated that it had been redesigned to accept bigint in hexadecimal string.
The Thor blockchain has also been updated to improve solo in on-demand mode, as well as provide a fix for a minor bug that helps the master node to ignore “better block,” when it coincidentally receives two or more transactions that have the same number.
Notably, the current API version of the Thor blockchain has been further improved to V1.3.2, thus improving the application that accesses the data on the Thor operating system.
Vechain’s increased global recognition
VeChain, since its launch, has made remarkable upgrades to the Thor blockchain. In February, VeChain focused on boosting the performance and efficiency of its blockchain by unveiling Thor V1.3.0 (Entropy) – an upgrade considered to be the most significant since the launch of its mainnet.
The project’s constant upgrade has led the firm’s tech to get the needed recognition it deserves from reputable firms globally.
As Coinfomania reported in January, a leading online luxury marketplace, Reebonz had adopted the Thor blockchain to establish a product verification system that would build trust and provide ownership tools to its members, via the use of digital certificates.