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Atlas v1.5.1
Block reward update/patch for planned hard-fork at block 8150000
Brings codebase current up to Go-Ethereum v1.10.8 (Hades Gamma) which patches a vulnerability in the EVM (CVE-2021-39137).

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Atlas hard-fork planned for 8000000 block.

Hard-fork to include Constantinople, Petersburg, Istanbul & Muir Glacier HFs from upstream

Required update for all nodes prior to hard-fork block.

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V1.4.5 - Kepler (Update)

  1. Fixes "open files" race condition.
  2. Efficiency upgrades for redundant data sharing
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V1.4.2 - Kepler (Hot Fix)

  1. Addresses non ethoFS enabled nodes syncing bug
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V1.4.1 - Kepler

1)Full merge of ethoFS and ETHO Daemon
2)Upstream go-ethereum updates (V1.9.22)

Kepler Updates (ethoFS enabled nodes)

Initializing, configuring and running an ethoFS node with the Kepler update is a three step process.

All three node types are available to initialize, config and run via the CLI utilizing the --ethofs flag to designate node type. Explore the Ether-1 Node Dashboard (https://nodes.ether1.org) for details and requirements for deploying each ethofs enabled node type.

Node Types:

Service Node (sn) Masternode (mn) Gateway Node (gn)

Node Initialization, Configuration and Run Commands:

Step 1: Run ethoFS Initialization

$ geth --ethofs=mn --ethofsInit console

Step 2: Run ethoFS Configuration

$ geth --ethofs=mn --ethofsConfig console

Step 3: Start ethoFS Enabled Node

$ geth --ethofs=mn console

All Ether-1 standard daemon functionality remains the same. Exchanges, mining pools and other nodes that do not require ethoFS to be enabled can still run the node with standard operating flags by not utilizing the new --ethofs, --ethofsInit & --ethofsConfig flags.

Directions To Connect Node To Network Stats Page:

Extract the zip file for your operating system
Open a terminal/cmd prompt into the folder where you extracted the zip file
On Linux you might need to chmod 755 geth before you can execute it
./geth --ethstats "YOUR_NODE_NAME:ether1stats@stats.ether1.org" console

If you have trouble syncing see

https://github.com/Ether1Project/Ether1-Bootnodes

https://github.com/Ether1Project/bootstrap/releases

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V1.3.0 - Kronos Update

Updated Block Reward Schedule (Starting at block 3800000)
Upstream go-ethereum updates (V1.9)
Core updates

Directions To Connect Node To Network Stats Page:

Extract the zip file for your operating system
Open a terminal/cmd prompt into the folder where you extracted the zip file
On Linux you might need to chmod 755 geth before you can execute it
./geth --ethstats "YOUR_NODE_NAME:ether1stats@stats.ether1.org" console

Your node is now up and running

If you have trouble syncing see

https://github.com/Ether1Project/Ether1-Bootnodes

https://github.com/Ether1Project/bootstrap/releases

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Directions To Connect Node To Network Stats Page:

Extract the zip file for your operating system
Open a terminal/cmd prompt into the folder where you extracted the zip file
On Linux you might need to chmod 755 geth before you can execute it
./geth --ethstats "YOUR_NODE_NAME:ether1stats@stats.ether1.org" console

Your node is now up and running

If you have trouble syncing see

https://github.com/Ether1Project/Ether1-Bootnodes

https://github.com/Ether1Project/bootstrap/releases