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OmiseGOが新バージョン「Samrong」をテスト公開

Yuya 【CRYPTO TIMES Official Writer】

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Etherium- based payment network OmiseGO (OMG) has released the next version of the platform ” Samrong ” to developers for testing.

Samrong will dramatically reduce network downtime and add new signature schemes and transaction utilities.

The new version uses a transaction signature scheme that conforms to Etheriam ‘s EIP 712 standard, and can sign transactions from a wallet such as Metamask.

Also, by allowing metadata to be attached to transactions, each service or DApps can also store arbitrary data on transactions as needed.

Samrong is being tested for OMG developers . The current version “Ari” is still running normally, but it is said that it will be put out of operation after advance notice.

Article Source: OmiseGO

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