This update was passed across via his official Twitter handle couple of hours ago. In the tweet, where he captioned a short video, Tate shared that DigiByte version 8 is a work in progress.
He said the upgrade will add improved security, scalability and efficiency to the network. He also added that the testing of the iOS wallet for the digital asset is going on.
Conclusively, he said the team is proposing to add Schnorr sigs / Taproot. All these underway developments made the founder conclude that 2020 will be an amazing year for the cryptographic project.
He said, “Here is a quick DigiByte blockchain update. We have started work on DGB version 8. Consistent innovation still happening after 6 years! Assets being tested in iOS. We are looking at adding Schnorr sigs / Taproot. Also, we have more Blockchain2035 hardback books in stock!”
Here is a quick #DigiByte #blockchain update. We have started work on $DGB version 8. Consistent innovation still happening after 6 years! Assets being tested in #iOS. We are looking at adding #Schnorr sigs / #Taproot. Also we have more @blockchain2035 hard back books in stock! pic.twitter.com/c04pDpFTr5
— Jared Tate ©️ (@jaredctate) January 30, 2020
Adshares Integrates DigiByte (DGB)
About 2 days ago, it was announced by the decentralized ad network, Adshares, that DigiByte (DGB) has been successfully integrated in conjunction with Nowpayments. Users can now pay for ad services using the digital token.
Adshares shared this, “Good news for DigiByte community! Our decentralized ad network has finished DGB integration in cooperation with NowPayments. It’s now possible to pay for ad services on Adshares using DGB.”
Good news for @digibytecoin community! 🙂 Our decentralized ad network has finished DGB integration in cooperation with @NOWPayments_io. It's now possible to pay for ad services using DGB 🙂 Learn more about Adshares: https://t.co/rYud824YQy #digibyte #crypto pic.twitter.com/uYBmYQMuXT
— Adshares (@adsharesNet) January 28, 2020