As a recent report has it, the latest version of VeChain Thor has been released with a major improvement and fixed issues.
This update was shared a couple of hours ago by VeChain Dev, a channel that reports development activity in the VeChain developers’ community.
According to the report, the newly released version comes with the improvement in the functionality of the bloom filter and fixes related to issues that arise in the course of building on ARM64 architecture. The new version is now available for download on Github.
“VeChain Thor has released the v1.4.0 upgrade. This release improves bloom filter and fixed issues when building on ARM64 architecture (wink Apple Silicon wink). Please upgrade ASAP,” VeChain Dev reported.
#VeChain Thor has released the v1.4.0 upgrade. This release improves bloom filter and fixed issues when building on ARM64 architecture (wink Apple Silicon wink). Please upgrade ASAP.😃
— VeChain Dev (@vechaindev) January 8, 2021
As shared on Github, below are the performance improvement and fixed issues:
- Add API subscriptions/beat2 to support variable-length bloom filter.
- Update bn256, fix building failure on architecture ARM64.
- Update continuous integration system configurations.
Records of Vaccinated Medical Personnel in Cyprus Hospital Securely Stored On VeChain
VeChain (VET), the leading enterprise blockchain platform, continues to serve its purpose in a world ravaged by COVID-19.
As earlier reported by Herald Sheets, the first 100 COVID-19 vaccination records for medical personnel at the Mediterranean Hospital in Cyprus were securely stored on VeChain public blockchain.
VeChain Foundation tweeted, “The first 100 COVID-19 vaccination records for medical personnel at The Mediterranean Hospital of Cyprus are now securely stored on the VeChain public blockchain. With this tech, govs and individuals are assured of the quality and validity of results.”
As stated by the Foundation, the success and sure security of the stored records could attract more individuals and governments to leverage the quality and validity of solutions offered by VeChain blockchain.
It’s an exciting development for VeChain community members, who see the success as a needed headway to adoption.
According to the announcement published by the Mediterranean Hospital of Cyprus, the vaccination of the doctors and personnel played out on 4th January 2021.