Monero (XMR) Release v0.11.1.0 -  Helium Hydra, Point Release 1 Overview

This is the v0.11.1.0 point release of the Monero software, and it is part of the v0.11 mandatory update. The major release was due to the September 15th hard fork, which in turn increased the minimum ring signature size to 5 across the network, banned duplicate ring members in a ring signature, and enforced the use of ringCT for all transaction outputs. This release of the software presents a number of major improvements to Monero, as well as a large set of bug fixes.

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added support for payment proving via key derivation instead of tx key revealchanged output selection for ring signatures to heavily weight newer outputsadded a sweep_below function to sweep small amountsmoved the mempool to a database on disk instead of keeping it all in memoryfully enable iOS and Android full node supportenabled support for ppc64le architecturesadded the ability to create and open wallets via RPCadded ability to relay transactions manually after creating thembetter AC / battery power detection for Linux smart mininggetblocktemplate now indicates the expected total rewardas always, loads of bug fixes and performance improvements Contributors for this Release

This release was the direct result of 39 people who worked, largely unpaid and altruistically, to put out 583 commits containing 60 350 new lines of code. We'd like to thank them very much for their time and effort. In no particular order they are:

moneromoookenshi84Roberto OliveiraLee ClagettEugene OttoMoroccanMalinoisMichael ShickJollyMortErik de Castro LopoanonimalerciccioneGuillaume Le Vaillantrbrunner7binaryFateRiccardo "fluffypony" SpagniJaqueeJulien KlepatchmoneroexamplesNano AkronAntti KeränenJethro Grassiexmr-ericschnerchiMaxXorAndrei MuresanJkatstoffuMike CGingeropolousJonathan Crossm2049rMiguel HerranzRandi JosephassyliasMartin WimpressRyan MehtaGentianRobby WeinbergHoward Chu Official Download Links

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