May 9, 2022
Code Refactoring in May: Enhancements and Renaming for the Future of Novo
May Brings Code Refactoring for Novo
Novo is functioning as expected and has been conceptually verified. The released software represents the initial step in the entire development plan.
As suggested, Novocoin has been renamed to Novo, and its ticker has been changed to $NOVO. All related texts will be updated to reflect these changes.
Based on valuable feedback received recently, heavy refactoring is actively being applied to Novo's code base. This refactoring mainly involves two aspects:
MIT License Application: The software is being fundamentally and strictly revised, with the MIT License applied to the entire code base. In future release distributions, every single line of code will be strictly MIT licensed in the public domain, without any controversy or exception. This ensures a long-term and healthy development plan, allowing developers to build without concerns about potential license violations and patent threats.
RichTXID Deprecation and VM-Level Enhancements: The RichTXID method is being deprecated and replaced by an advanced VM-level enhancement to achieve L1 programmability with better interoperability and performance. With the new approach being implemented, L1 FT and L1 NFT will be significantly easier to implement and simpler to understand.
There will be a source code release (along with its binaries, presumably 0.1.1a) this month.
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