We’re happy to announce Aion v0.3.0 (Moldoveanu Peak), a major feature update for the Aion network. This update introduces the first version of the Aion GUI, enabling the user to send transactions from a local node, as well as perform basic configuration options. Additionally, a number of important bug fixes have also been applied. This release also introduces the framework for enabling the Aion Token Bridge (ATB) used to facilitate the transfer of Aion ERC20 Tokens into native Aion coins. Other notable features are listed below.
This version is a required update for every node operator to be compatible with the Aion Token Bridge and the token swap events occurring in the near future.
Pull in third party dependencies and build from source. (#567)
Rebuild logging setup, allows for more flexible configuration (#557)
Implementation of Aion Token Bridge precompiled contract (#600)
First implementation of Aion GUI Interface (#537) How to use?
WatchGuard implementation for rebouncing the kernel automatically when the kernel gets stuck or crashes (#547)
Dockerize kernel support (#559)
Bug fix (#533, #539, #544, #604, #608)
- a checksum is a small-sized datum derived from a block of digital data for the purpose of detecting errors which may have been introduced during its transmission or storage.
How to use Checksum
- download the aion kernel release binary and the checksum file (the file name SHA1SUMS) and put the files into the same folder.
- open terminal and go to the folder.
- type in sha1sum -c SHA1SUMS
- if the binary file is complete and no error, you will see the message output like this :