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Crown Blockchain fork issues and fix

Crown Blockchain fork issues and fix
In Oct 28th 2020 there was two blockchains been actively mined. Despite expected, the convergence did not happen even after 1000 blocks. We manually moved forked nodes to the main blockchain. Users shall guarantee that the local wallet is in the correct active blockchain and restart if required.

Crown Emerald - Update complete

Crown Emerald - Update complete
Update completed across all servers. Users must update and restart the node to resume rewarding.

CRON: Blockchain fork made nodes require new restart

CRON: Blockchain fork made nodes require new restart
Users with a Crown masternode with the new start required status shall restart the node and check if it become ENABLED. Blockchain forks with an orphan chain are natural to Bitcoin forks, the 120 minutes to new start limit was deprecated by Dash to an adaptive model that take in account the number of blocks online to tag a node as expired. Hence a permanent solution can be applied via new daemon version with DIP003.

Crown daemon update v. 0.13.4

Crown daemon update v. 0.13.4
Non-mandatory update with good improvements. No restart is necessary or expected.

Crown is CPU and RAM hungry now! Costs will get higher! --- Not anymore!

Crown is CPU and RAM hungry now! Costs will get higher! --- Not anymore!
UPDATE: prices are back to normal since there is a preview of fix   The last version increased the RAM usage, now a Crown SystemNode almost require...

Crown Emergency update - Mandatory

Crown Emergency update - Mandatory
To fix the network and allow mining via PoS, the Crown team release a new mandatory daemon version (0.13.2.0). All users MUST download and install in order to be able to start the nodes.