Burst Core – BRS Burst Reference Software

The PoC Consortium has amazed everyone in following their plans to transform Burst. We are now in the “Pre-Dymaxion” stage of the Burst Reference Software., having successfully completed the two-stage hard fork starting at block 500,000. PoC2 is now implemented, mutli-out transactions are functioning, dynamic fees are in place, and up to 80 transactions per second…

The PoCC maintains a Linux package repository for Burst. Currently Debian and Ubuntu are supported. Click here to visit the repository information page.

Download Burst Core Wallet – BRS 2.2.1 here!

Windows users should check out the Windows launcher here.

Current Release

BRS 2.2.1 “Pre-Dymaxion”

Released June 6, 2018

First PoCC-initiated hard fork release, patchlevel 1. This wallet will hard fork at block height 500 000 with the following features:

  • up to 4 times larger block size
  • dynamic fees
  • Multi-Out payments

From block height 502 000 on the wallet will also switch to PoC2 nonce validation.

After the hard fork, the effective transaction capacity of this wallet will be up to 80 times that of the previous 2.0 version.

sha256sum of burstcoin-2.2.1.zip:
6bb82c125db2757bf7a92512907785c02a8312d910a85ca4e0600b3860a21bc1

Fixes:

  • UPnP does not close ports anymore, our network of public nodes should grow again
  • problems in blacklisting peers should be gone
  • stability – no single BRS 2.2.1 halted unexpectedly in our tests

Download burstcoin-burstcoin-2.2.1.zip – 20.5MB

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Past Releases

 

Burst Reference Software 2.0.4

Released April 9, 2018

This release is the foundation of the future Burst. It offers better performance, stability and security compared to any release so far. It has some nice features like UPnP, JOOQ (for any database backend – via DB manager), snappier UI, improved market etc.

We also cut some things away to keep it slim (DB dumps really better than Quicksync) and slick.

Notable changes to 2.0.3 are:

  • bugfixes in solo mining capability
  • async/sync repairs for frontend (due to new jQuery)
  • mariaDB/H2 bootstrap handling in burst.sh (Unix)
  • DB robustness (ensuring InnoDB)

sha256sum

burstcoin-2.0.4.zip: bf9b701f7a6d3ba111ebc060596c18aac61bfab501b9f59b08153115bfcf0d82

Download burstcoin-burstcoin-2.0.4.zip – 22.7MB

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Burst Reference Software 2.0.3

Released March 15, 2017

This release is the foundation of the future Burst. It offers better performance, stability and security compared to any release so far. It has some nice features like UPnP, JOOQ (for any database backend – via DB manager), snappier UI, improved market etc.

We also cut some things away to keep it slim (DB dumps really better than Quicksync) and slick.

sha256sum

burstcoin-2.0.3.zip: 6e1d4771be5896eb5210e2e1bfb83cb51db32b4b3d2afd26af8f9b90855a10b4

2.0.2 – hotfix for P2P communication

2.0.1 – re-sync 2.0.1 branch with master

2.0.0 – some docs for the conf upgrade feature under Linux/Unix

Downloadburstcoin-2.0.3.zip– 19.4MB

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burstcoin-1.3.6cg

Released October 29, 2017

  • Multiple Database Functionality (MariaDB, Firebird, H2)
  • Quicksync

Download burstcoin-1.3.6.cg.zip – 39MB

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burstcoin-1.3.4cg

Released Septermber 5, 2017

  • Advanced UTF8 Support
  • Enhanced Database Deployment
  • Improved Web GUI Version Notification

Download burstcoin-1.3.4.cg.zip – 8.11MB

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burstcoin-1.3.2cg

Released August 11, 2017

  • First release of the CryptoGuru Enterprise Burstcoin Wallet.
  • MariaDB Back End

Download burstcoin-1.3.2.cg.zip – 9.77MB

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