Pirate Chain Brings on New Core Developer

Pirate Chain, a self-described “digital currency that values privacy above all else. Since its inception in 2018, Pirate Chain has continued to deliver privacy focused ecosystem products including the world’s first introduction of a private-only transaction mobile wallet, Skull Island, a secure operating system that enhances user privacy when transacting with pirate wallets,” has brought on a new core developer in Forge.

Forge has experience developing in the crypto space over the past two years, according to a press release from the group. The developer has worked on the Zero project for the last two and a half years, and “participated heavily in the core code, including implementation of masternode technologies for the Zero project,” the release also notes.

“Forge has already accomplished a host of wallet improvements for Pirate that were developed months ahead of ZCash, such as a whole new set of rpc calls designed to give users detailed information about wallet transactions including outgoing private transactions,” the release notes. “At Pirate Chain, one of Forge’s first tasks is to continue further enhancement of our wallet functions. Specifically, he is creating a strategy to archive a list of wallet transactions so that transaction history is not lost when using the transaction reduction function.”

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