Corda M11.1 Released

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We are pleased to announce the latest Corda milestone update, M11.1. This is a stability improvement release, it is strongly recommended to upgrade. Release Notes Fix serialisation error when starting a flow. Automatically whitelist subclasses of InputStream when serialising. Fix exception in DemoBench on Windows when loading CorDapps into the Node Explorer. Detect when localhost […]

Corda M11 Released

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We are pleased to announce the latest monthly Corda milestone release; M11! This milestone has focused on improving the API. We give a special thank you to Gary Rowe for his contribution to Corda’s Contracts DSL in M11. Release Notes Work has continued on confidential identities, introducing code to enable the Java standard libraries to […]

Corda M10 Released

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We are pleased to announce the latest monthly Corda milestone release; M10! This milestone introduces the new DemoBench tool and an interactive shell within the node, as well as API improvements and other new features. Upgrading is recommended in order to receive the latest features. The API changes are easy to migrate to. The largest change […]

Corda M9.2 Released

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We are pleased to announce the latest Corda milestone update, M9.2. This release focuses on improvements to data retention in the node. Release Notes Data is now preserved across reboots Upgrading is definitely worthwhile and will only take a few minutes for most apps. For a full list of changes please see https://docs.corda.net/releases/release-M9.2/changelog.html .

Corda M9.1 Released

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We are pleased to announce the latest monthly Corda milestone release, M9.1. This release focuses on improvements to resiliency of the core infrastructure, with highlights including a prototype Byzantine fault tolerant (BFT) decentralised notary, based on the BFT-SMaRT protocol and isolating the web server from the Corda node. Upgrading is recommended, especially if your project […]

Corda M8.2 released

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We are releasing the M8.2 patch to our latest M8 milestone to add a new openAttachment endpoint to the RPC interface. Upgrading is recommended if you want to access the openAttachment interface. This change has an API addition. You can read the documentation, and download the code from the release-M8 branch in our git repository. […]

Corda M8.1 released

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We are releasing the M8.1 patch to our latest M8 milestone to fix a startup race that could occur when a node and its web server are started in parallel. Upgrading is recommended if your CorDapps use the bundled web server or you have CorDapps depending on other CorDapps. This change has no API changes. You can […]

Corda M8 released

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We are pleased to announce the latest monthly Corda milestone release, M8. The main focus of this release has been performance and stability, Corda nodes now have a greatly reduced memory footprint. M8 also includes HTTP server split, improvements in exception/error handling for flows, simplification of contract clauses, and many bug fixes. Upgrading is recommended, especially […]

First Singapore Corda Meetup – Thu 19th Jan

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We arranged Singapore’s first ever Corda-focused meetup on Thursday, 19th of January from 7pm to 9pm as part of the Singapore Hyperledger Project meetup series. More than 100 people attended, and was standing room only, making it the biggest public Corda meetup globally to date! Richard Gendal Brown gave a presentation on the business aspects of Corda during the […]

Corda M7 released

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We are pleased to announce the latest monthly Corda milestone release, M7. This is our first release after opening up the project and it focuses primarily on stability and robustness, especially on the wider variety of platforms the community has been testing with. M7 includes many bug fixes, so upgrading is worthwhile. As always, there […]