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@carver carver released this Feb 28, 2019 · 137 commits to master since this release

This is the first notable alpha release after splitting the py-evm code repository from trinity. It goes out under the name "Theodora".

This release is relatively small, but important. Constantinople (take 2) was launched on mainnet today, and this release includes support for it. Ropsten support for the fork is also included.

With each release we like to highlight one of the amazing women from history and present day.
Meet Theodora, who was an empress in Constantinople about 1500 years ago. Note that we don't condone all actions taken by people we highlight. It is simply an opportunity to learn about all kinds of complex people.

Theodora portrait

Check out the release notes for some new trinity sync options at the command line, like skipping sync altogether.

We continue to see improvements in syncing reliability and performance. Still more work to do there.

The full release notes are posted for reference.

See the quickstart guide here for information on how to install and run the Trinity client.

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