After making sure that release 1.4.0 was running smoothly, the æternity core dev team began focusing on preparations for the Minerva release.
Minerva will close Phase 1 of AE Token Migration and contains a number of consensus-breaking changes that improve AEVM, the Sophia language, and state channels.
In addition to this, the following tasks have also been accomplished:
- State channels now perform off-chain signature validation: PT#163083413
- As a result of multiple requests to create an API endpoint for calculating the total token supply at height, we have created this: PT#163645385
- Also, an API for getting an account at height can be found here: PT#163736630
Moreover, we are getting close to releasing a stable Windows package of the æternity node. We have set up a separate CI for testing and creating Windows releases. We have also prepared a number of Windows nodes in our Testnet for ensuring smooth interactions between nodes running under Windows and Ubuntu and OS X nodes. Release 1.4.0 already contains an experimental Windows release.
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