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Tech: Mina Protocol 1.3.1beta1 ready for Mainnet

Mina’s ecosystem partner, O(1) Labs are always busy working to make Mina Protocol better (that’s why Mina Protocol had more Github updates than any other blockchain recently).

And just this week they have released a new beta release 1.3.1beta1, This version is ready to test on Mainnet.

Please note this is still a beta version, so it is strongly recommended users deploy the new version to at least one node to get comfortable with it before this beta build is promoted to stable build 1.3.1.

Here’s a list of the improvements

This 1.3.1beta1 release includes a small set of critical changes including improvements to the uptime submission client, fixes for a race condition in super catchup, improvements to rosetta, and a more flexible version of the docker entrypoint changes from 1.3.0. The complete release notes are here, please take a look before you install: https://github.com/MinaProtocol/mina/releases/tag/1.3.1beta1

Docker Images:
Select the Debian or Ubuntu for the base docker image to be built upon: stretch, buster, bullseye, bionic, or focal

Debian 9 Stretch:


Debian 10 Buster:


Debian 11 Bullseye:


Ubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver:


Ubuntu 20.04 Focal Fossa:


Debian Packages:

First, Set up and update the beta Debian Repository:

echo "deb [trusted=yes] http://packages.o1test.net $(lsb_release -cs) beta" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/mina-beta.list
sudo apt-get update

Then, install the daemon package for mainnet:

sudo apt-get install -y mina-mainnet=1.3.1beta1-529bf17

For the full information visit the Mina Protocol GitHub herehttps://github.com/MinaProtocol/mina/releases/tag/1.3.1beta1

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