Bitcoin Core, the open source project that aims to build a new type of blockchain for decentralized applications, has announced a major update to its core software that adds a new feature called a block chain.
The new feature adds the ability to track the existence of blockchains on the network, a feature that has been missing from Bitcoin’s main software since its launch in 2009.
The announcement comes on the heels of Bitcoin Unlimited, the original Bitcoin software that has remained stable since its first release in 2015, launching a new software version to bring the network up to speed with the way that the bitcoin blockchain works.
The new feature in Bitcoin Core 184.108.40.206, which will be released on October 29, adds the following functionality to the Bitcoin network: “Any block chain with more than 100,000 confirmed transactions can be used to create a new block.”
The block chain is a public ledger of all transactions on the blockchain, and is not controlled by a single party.
The feature will be enabled by default, but users can override this default setting and choose to use other block chains if they want to.
The update will not make Bitcoin Core itself, the software that runs the network as a whole, any different.
Bitcoin Core is built on top of the Bitcoin blockchain, but the block chain can be a separate application that is run by the core software.
In an email to The Verge, Bitcoin Core developer Mike Hearn said the new feature is designed to help users manage blockchains more efficiently.
It’s a way to enable a simpler and more secure way to handle transactions between peers without a central authority.
“The block chain feature enables users to make better use of their own private keys,” Hearn wrote.
“It’s intended for people who are comfortable with centralized, trusted systems, such as Bitcoin Core.
This means it can’t be used by users with other software that is running on the Bitcoin core blockchain.
The ability to use the block tree as a layer on top is intended for applications that don’t use Bitcoin Core as a base, and that don,t need to store their own data on the chain.”
The new version of Bitcoin Core will include a new version that adds support for Bitcoin’s Lightning Network, which allows for faster transaction processing in a decentralized way.
Bitcoin Lightning is currently under development, but it’s not available to use right now.
The Block Chain feature will not be available for users of Bitcoin Classic, the fork that came out after the release of Bitcoin 0.9 in 2018.
Bitcoin Classic has been the main Bitcoin application for years and has been one of the most popular and used versions of the software.
Bitcoin XT, the successor to Bitcoin Classic that was released earlier this year, is not compatible with Bitcoin Core at all, and it’s unlikely that many users will upgrade to Bitcoin XT at all.
The Bitcoin Core team said that the new features were made possible by the Lightning Network’s “distributed consensus” technology, which is the technology that allows Bitcoin’s transactions to be confirmed over a larger number of peers.
“To ensure that we are providing a robust, reliable, and fast transaction system, we have added a feature called the block hash function, which has the capability to compute a block hash of every block on the block network,” Hearnt wrote.
The team added that the feature will help Bitcoin Core to “handle and protect user data while also allowing a full block chain to be used across all nodes on the system.”
“We will release a future version that will add support for the Lightning network, along with other improvements, and this update will be the first of those,” Hearns wrote.
Bitcoin Core is available to download for free from the developer’s GitHub account.
The project has also announced a new, free upgrade for all existing Bitcoin Core users.