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@sorpaas sorpaas released this Dec 21, 2019

🚀 This release enables Istanbul (Aztlan) hard fork on Ethereum Classic.


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  • Added Istanbul (Aztlan) hard fork on Ethereum Classic. 37c806f

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@sorpaas sorpaas released this Dec 13, 2019

🚀 This release enables Constantinople and Petersburg (Agharta) hard fork on Ethereum Classic.


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  • Added Constantinople and Petersburg (Agharta) hard fork on Ethereum Classic. 299a139

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@sorpaas sorpaas released this Nov 15, 2019

🚀 This release fixes an issue in Mordor testnet genesis config.


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  • Fixed Mordor genesis block timestamp. #124

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@sorpaas sorpaas released this Nov 12, 2019

🚀 This release brings all v1.9.7 upstream features into multi-geth and enables Agharta support for Kotti and Mordor networks!


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  • Fixed outdated OpenRPC schema. #116

  • Added Go Modules support. #117

  • Added Mordor chain support. #117

  • Added Agharta support for Kotti and Mordor. #117

  • Merged upstream base through 05bbbd. Merged at #120.


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@sorpaas sorpaas released this Sep 4, 2019

🚀 This minor release brings all v1.9.2 upstream features into multi-geth!


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  • Updated OpenRPC definition to version 1.0.10.

  • Merged upstream base through e76047. Merged at #114.


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@sorpaas sorpaas released this Jun 20, 2019

🚀 This release enables Atlantis (ECIP-1054) on Ethereum Classic mainnet. If you use multi-geth for Ethereum Classic, please ensure you're upgraded to at least this version before September.


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  • Added support for Atlantis (ECIP-1054) on Ethereum mainnet (#107).

  • Merged upstream base through 25c3282. Merged at #106.


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@sorpaas sorpaas released this Jun 11, 2019

🚀 This release enables Atlantis (ECIP-1054) on Kotti testnet. As with v1.9.0, we now pin to upstream master branch.


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  • Added support for faucet support for multiple networks (#88).

  • Added support for Atlantis (ECIP-1054) on Kotti testnet (#101).

  • Added extraction of chain configuration (#92).

  • Fixed missing Kotti params (#86).

  • Fixed missing deployment script (#90).

  • Fixed missing network flags in README (#93).

  • Fixed CHT handling for blockchains with the same genesis block (#95).

  • Fixed redundant unused testing files in repo (#96).

  • Merged upstream base through 2b54666. Merged at #100.


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@whilei whilei released this May 24, 2019

🚀 This release marks a landmark for multi-geth. Tag v1.9.0 is made on the equivalent of the master branch, parallel to ethereum/go-ethereum's master, though including as well the various enhancements specific to multi-geth, making this the first tag+release for multi-geth that isn't a near-direct echo of upstream's dedicated release/1.8 branch. This is a significant jump, where currently the upstream master branch is around 500 commits ahead of the release/v1.8.x series branch.

ℹ️ Among these development efforts is a database version upgrade, which includes an auto-migration feature for the database. While this change won't require any user modifications or intervention, this upgrade does mean that if you have existing chaindata and upgrade from the 1.8.x- series geth to this 1.9.x- series, your chaindata database will be irreversibly upgraded, and thus incompatible with lesser client versions.


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  • Added support for Open RPC's Service Discovery rpc.discover method, specifications for which are documented at ECIP 1053. Merged at #76.

  • Changed client 'name' value from Geth to MultiGeth. This will differentiate client name advertisements in the DEVP2P Wire protocol, and can also be seen through the web3.clientVersion RPC method. Merged at #75.

    eg. "MultiGeth/v1.9.0-release/linux-amd64/go1.12.1"

  • Merged upstream base through 8deec2e. Merged at #78.


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@sorpaas sorpaas released this Apr 23, 2019

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