Long-awaited PIVX v4.1.0 Wallet is finally here!
After more than 3 months of hard work from the Development Team, v4.1 is finally released. It is a non-mandatory upgrade, but it is highly recommended. Version 4.1 includes 6 items listed from the PIVX 2020/2021 Roadmap, and it’s a huge step towards 5.0 that is coming later this year.
Here are some key features that are coming with this huge 4.1 wallet release:
- Up to 60% less RAM usage
- Almost twice faster blockchain synchronization speed
- Hierarchical Deterministic (HD) Wallet Support
- A whole array of GUI improvements
- CSV file export
- More complete language translations
Other notable changes introduced in 4.1:
- Starting from 4.1 wallet version, 32-bit binaries will no longer be shipped, although self-compilers can still build it
- Languages that are not translated above the 80% threshold won’t be included
- The MultiSend wallet feature has been disabled until it is re-coded and updated
- Unlock dialogs are being presented directly when needed, so there is no need to fully unlock the wallet prior to making actions that require an unlocked wallet
- Stake-split threshold is no longer required to be an integer, and the default value has been lowered from 2000 PIV to 500 PIV
- Automatic zPIV backup has been disabled
Furthermore, if you find any bugs, please report them using the issue tracker at Github https://github.com/PIVX-Project/PIVX/issues or let us know in any of our official social platforms.
There will be a new Development Update from Jakiman published soon that covers more on the new wallet as well as some other new developments.