In the past, a DogeCoin developer advised the community to upgrade the node to decrease Doge transaction fees, and also to expand the efficiency of the network.
On October 13, 2021, Shibetoshi Nakamoto ( Billy Markus) the developer of DogeCoin who has left the DogeCoin project, is no longer part of the DogeCoin project, took to Twitter to ask members of the DogeCoin community to help support the DogeCoin network with the latest update of nodes.
Shibetoshi tweeted that he would like to maintain the transaction and data of the blockchain system, the running of nodes is a crucial aspect. And it would be better if DogeCoin community members upgrade their nodes to 1.14.4.
Shibetoshi stated that 1.14.4 nodes will be able to reduce transaction fees on the DogeCoin blockchain network.
Additionally, Shibetoshi Nakamoto ( Billy Markus) urged other people in his DogeCoin community to set up their own nodes in order to help the network. Also, he said that if all of the current node runners upgrade their nodes, it will be a huge help and be sufficient to allow DogeCoin transactions with low costs.
In the aftermath, Elon Musk replied with an emoticon “Thumbs Up”.
Prior to this, in numerous instances, Elon Musk and Billy Markus encouraged the community to go with a node running to help this network DogeCoin to assist developers to bring transactions for a low cost.
This time, Shibetoshi Nakamoto (Billy Markus) suggested two essential things to facilitate the acceptance of the DogeCoin on a higher scale. He advised developers to finish their Doge, Eth bridge and create the partnerships with platforms that are the similar to OpenSea, and which will accept payments made with the Dogecoin.