As a recent report has it, the new version of VeChain Thor has been released. And it comes with a major fixed bug and improvement.
This new development was shared via the official Twitter handle of VeChain Dev a couple of hours ago. According to the report, the peer-to-peer (P2P) network has been improved in the newly released version.
Additionally, a bug that caused memory leak in the previous VeChain Thor version has been properly fixed in version 1.3.4.
“VeChain Thor updates to v1.3.4. It mainly improves the P2P network broadcast and fixed memory leak. Also, locally submitted tx are exempt from washing out on the local node.”
VeChain Thor updates to v1.3.4. It mainly improves the P2P network broadcast and fixed memory leak. Also, locally submitted tx are exempt from washing out on the local node.
— VeChain Dev (@vechaindev) July 23, 2020
The report further stated that the new version of VeChain Thor is now available for download on Github. However, full resynchronization is required for users that are upgrading from versions that are earlier than v1.3.0.
Color Line to Be Powered by VeChain and DNV GL’s My Care
Color Line, one of the largest shipping companies in Europe, has announced the receipt of verification for infection prevention processes and measures from the DNV GL under My Care methodology.
According to the report, the adoption of My Care solution implies that DNV GL and VeChain are joining hands to promote the new digital product offering.
VeChain Foundation tweeted, “One of the largest shipping companies in Europe, Color Line has announced that it will be powered by DNV GL’s My Care and VeChain. We are proud to work together with DNV GL to bring even more enterprises lined up to the VeChainThor blockchain.”
One of the largest shipping companies in Europe, Color Line has announced that it will be powered by DNV GL's My Care and #VeChain. We are proud to work together with DNV GL to bring even more enterprises lined up to the VeChainThor #blockchain.https://t.co/bxYp4YV3t1
— VeChain Foundation (@vechainofficial) July 23, 2020
Powered by VeChain ToolChain, the one-stop data BaaS platform, My Care aims to support companies on preparedness and readiness of infection risk management to combat the risk of Covid-19.
Reacting to the new development, Lin Jacobsen Hammer, DNV GL – Business Assurance Sustainability and Training Manager in Norway, said:
“Congratulations to Color Line on achieving the My Care – Infection Prevention Ready trust mark for its vessels. Actively building trust in its infection prevention efforts demonstrates Color Line’s strong commitment to ensuring adequate and compliant infection risk management measures.
“Verification by a third party provides assurance that the right measures are in place to keep people safe, providing transparency, and enhancing the trust of passengers and other stakeholders.”
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