Bitcoin Core v0.12 Features Tor Support And Removes OpenSSL Signatures

A new version of the Bitcoin Core client has been released, which includes some minor changes and a reduction in upload traffic. With the current block size debate still going for many months now, any move in the right direction will help put Bitcoin back on track for recovery. All users are advised to upgrade to the new version as soon as possible.

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Bitcoin Core v0.12.0 Has Arrived

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As is the case with any major release of the Bitcoin Core client, updating sooner rather than later is the right course of action. This new release includes a fair few changes, although most users might not experience the full effect of these updates any time soon. One of the most notable changes in the option to use Tor services for added privacy and anonymity.

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