During the summer of 2016, Reddcoin saw a major update to the network through the release of the v2.0 Core wallet. Features included in the release pave the way for Reddcoin to be made more accessible and to encourage widespread adoption.
V2.0 also introduces several security fixes, notably the enforcing of strict DER signatures and validation rules (Bitcoin Improvement Proposal BIP66). The code base has moved from Litecoin, with Reddcoin becoming a fork of Bitcoin, based on the v0.9 branch. This grants Reddcoin direct access to upstream features and fixes coming from Bitcoin development.
With this major work now complete and adoption of v2.0 steadily increasing, the attention of the Reddcoin team now turns to the road ahead. Beyond developing a blockchain, the team is planning a broad ecosystem of applications that will realise the vision of Reddcoin the Social
This document presents the 20162017 roadmap detailing Reddcoin development goals and objectives over the next 18 months. The outline of core objectives are made along a timeline with milestones to measure and validate healthy progress.Reddcoin Whitepaper