Dash Core Network Stalls Block Production after v19 Activation, Binance Pool Temporarily Halts DASH Mining Rewards

The Dash Core network has encountered a problem during the activation of v19, resulting in a stall in block production. As a result, no new blocks are currently being generated, and investigations are underway to address the issue. Updates regarding the situation will be shared on Twitter as more information becomes available.

Binance has also responded to the situation. In light of the problems arising from the v19 activation of Dash Core, the Dash (DASH) network has temporarily paused block production. Consequently, Binance Pool has suspended the distribution of DASH mining rewards until the network resumes block production. No further announcements have been made at this time.

Currently, DASH, the native cryptocurrency of Dash, is trading at $43.73, registering a marginal 0.1% increase over the past 24 hours.

The CTO of Dash Core Group, Samuel Westrich, had previously announced significant updates for the Dash network on May 15. These updates included the implementation of v19 for Dash Core and the release of v0.24 for the Dash Platform.

DashCore v19.0 is a critical release that all masternodes, miners, and users are required to adopt. It introduces various features and enhancements, such as the BLS scheme migration, a high-performance masternode implementation, wallet improvements, and numerous enhancements through Bitcoin backports.

Additionally, on the same day, Dash Core Group released Dash Platform v0.24 on the testnet, further showcasing the ongoing development efforts for the network.

As of now, no updates have been provided regarding the resumption of block production. The Dash community and stakeholders eagerly await further developments to address the current block production issue.

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