After Geth, Parity is the most important Ethereum Client. The 1.4 release introduces two groundbreaking upgrades; the Warp synchronization and its own graphical interface. Both are big steps for Ethereum’s path to mainstream adoption. And as if this was not enough, Ethcore, the company behind Parity, announces Polkadot, a “Multi Chain Framework.”
Some software releases come without warning but excite enthusiasm. The recent update of Parity, the Ethereum Client written in Rust, is such a case. You might say that Parity solves one of the most urgent problems current blockchain development faces.
While the new graphical wallet might be the most obvious new feature of Parity 1.4, the newly introduced option of “Warp” syncing is likely more far-reaching.
With the option “–warp,” Parity synchronizes with the Blockchain in ‘warp mode;’ the client only needs ten minutes to