Bean Core, core developers of the BitBean Digital Currency and network, have launched new custom DNS servers – that makes it super easy for new users of the network – to stand up new nodes (“Wallets”).
Up until now, BitBean has relied on hard-coded nodes in it’s source code, to boot-strap new nodes joining the network. However, nodes come and go, and the original hard-coded nodes in the current release of the BitBean software – are no longer active on the network. This has left many new users joining the network, with only one option – a configuration file with current active nodes. The process of creating and knowing where to place a configuration file, is not always obvious for users of different platforms and different levels of computer literacy.
The new DNS seeder servers, allows new users to automatically join their BitBean nodes to the network. The need and confusion of a configuration file and knowing where to find other active nodes is no longer an issue.
In the last two weeks, BitBean has experienced a 200% increase in new users and nodes joining the network. This new development, advances Bean Core’s mission for BitBean: “Fast..Simple..Secure..More Than Digital Cash!” In the next few weeks, Bean Core will release a new update to the BitBean core,
that will further enhance performance and usability.
BitBean (Ticker: BITB) is a mature digital currency and peer-to-peer network – designed for scalability, speed and lightening fast transactions. BitBean’s first application will be as digital cash, for use in daily
transactions (in person and on-line). BitBean is the first digital cash system, based off of Bitcoin’s block-chain technology, that uses a maximum of 20MB blocks to fix Bitcoin’s scalability limitations.