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Rust Rewrite and DAG Knight implications for nodes and coins?

Hello, I have a couple of Noob questions. When the Rust rewrite and Dag Knight protocols are finished, will we have to update our nodes for each new addition? I'm currently running a KDX node. Also, our old Kaspa coins are still valid, correct? I've heard talk about a "Hard Fork" but don't have the knowledge to understand the implications. Would someone be able to help educate me how this will work when each of the respective technologies are implemented? thanks!

anonymous user
asked 2023-01-11 21:57:27 +0000
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Kingu
updated 2023-01-12 00:47:53 +0000
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A hard fork is just some kind of consensus change. So unless it's contentious, the user should just think of it as a mandatory upgrade. No network split is expected with the mentioned hard forks.

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answered 2023-01-16 18:43:10 +0000
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so, based on response the Rust rewrite and DagKnight implementation will be a hard fork event, we will need to upgrade each time, but everyone will upgrade so there will not be a network split and our current Kaspa coins will still be good. Is that a correct understanding? Thanks for your patience!

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so can anyone tell us if our current Kaspa coins will still be good after Rust rewrite if not and ther will be a hard fork we will receive the new tokens automaticly to our wallet?!? I personally keep my kaspa tokens on the web wallet not on exchange because i bought for 5K usd ~ 780k KAS, a clear response it would help me a lot!

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answered 2023-01-28 20:52:13 +0000
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Yes, your Kaspa coins are safe, network upgrade doesn't require to do anything from user perspective.

Kingu's avatar Kingu (2023-01-29 08:31:38 +0000) edit
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