BitShares Core Release 2.0.181105

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BitShares Core 2.0.181105 Release Notes

The BitShares Core software has been updated to the 181105 Feature Release. The Core software is used by validation nodes which perform consensus of all transactions on the BitShares blockchain. This release includes new features, optimizations, and bug fixes but does not include any changes to the consensus protocol.

No action is required if you do not operate a validation node or the command line interface (CLI) wallet.

Numerous performance improvements have been made to the software that will benefit all operators of validation nodes including block producers, seed nodes, and API nodes, especially those using the Elasticsearch plugin.

Documentation for BitShares developers may be now be found at the new BitShares Developer Portal (

Who Should Upgrade?

No upgrade is required by any operator of a validation node. Yet many operators will benefit by upgrading.

  • All operators will benefit from performance improvements (915, 1327, 1359) and fixes (1024, 1203, 1286, 1325).
  • Operators of block producing nodes will benefit from performance improvements (1251), safety measures (1252), and fixes (1266, 1332, 1364).
  • Operators of API nodes including Elasticsearch APIs will benefit from improvements to data availability (1351, 1352) and performance (1049, 1271, 1356).
  • Users of the command line interface (CLI) wallet will also benefit from improvements (1195, 1248).

Upgrade Process


Precaution 1

Operators of API nodes that service client software that expect to receive updates about all data on the blockchain by default (such as BitShares Reference Wallet before 180401), as opposed to narrowly subscribed data, should ensure that their API nodes are configured with the enable-subscribe-to-all set to true due to Pull Request 1049.

How to Upgrade from Source Code

Obtain the Source Code

The source code may be obtained by checking out the 2.0.181105 tag
Download the source at:

Build the Binaries

The binaries may be built by using your pre-existing process, or by following the standard instructions that can be found in the wiki:

Deploy the Binaries

Your standard process for deploying the node software may be used. No additional requirements or precautions will be required to deploy the new release.

How to Upgrade with Docker

The latest Docker image may be found at BitShares Core Docker page and updated with

docker pull bitshares/bitshares-core

CLI Binaries for Windows and Mac

A binary of the command line interface (CLI) wallet for Windows is pre-built and available for download here

For Mac please download BitShares-Core-2.0.181105-macOS-cli-tools.tar.gz.


The changes for BitShares Core for the 201810 Feature Release are summarized below.

Core Functionality

DescriptionIssuePull Request
Change call_order_update_operation to return order_id12691352

Node Functionality

DescriptionIssuePull Request
Segmentation fault when running several witness nodes on the same machine3771286
Performance opt pt 110791359
Log console output during replay to file9851355, FC-76
Change replay percentage to total block size processed12891335
Improve block generation performance-1251
Review and backport EOS patch about unsigned_int unpacking9931267
Check and port Steem PR 2692: missing FC typenames12171248
witness_node uses two incompatible parsers for config.ini1491024,1325
db_block.cpp: removed unreachable code-1312
Cleanup budget_record_object?11391213
Change object_id to more than 32 bit10881267
More 32 bit to 64 bit changes12061347, 1374
Remove definition of unused symbol_type-1235
Update application.cpp-1345
application.cpp: minor optimization-1327
Call order and bitAsset related code refactory-1306
Re-add enable-subscribe-notify-all option after GUI issue fixed7521049
When signing a block that updates the signing witness's signing key, use correct signing key1251203
remove unused variable _consecutive_production_enabled-1294
Check Steem issue 2658: Not producing block because node didn't wake up within 500ms of the slot time11571266
remove verify_account_history_plugin_index()-915
inconsistent error message for update_asset_issuer9441255
Possible to generate a block that is too large11361252
remove duplicated line in network code node.cpp-1231
Error while converting value to string13921394,FC-83
Update Sahkan's seed nodes-1404

Node Plugins

DescriptionIssuePull Request
Terminate block production loop when shutting down witness plugin13141332, 1364
add dascoin adaptor-1356,1396
[ES plugin] Wrong value of additional_data.fill_data.fill_order12951351
refine es_objects plugin1271

Command Line Interface (CLI)

DescriptionIssuePull Request
CLI wallet: avoid directly overwriting wallet file on exit11091195
cli_wallet crashes when doing import_key on Mac12441248
get to_id from to_account instead of get_account_id()-1242
wallet compatibility issue13071323

Build Process

DescriptionIssuePull Request
Integrating cURL into cmake-1329, 1336
cli_test doesn't compile on Windows due to using 'sys/socket.h'12921305
clean old style codes-1250

Unit Tests

DescriptionIssuePull Request
Not able to perform testing [100,000 transactions per second]12981337
Refactor cli_test11921243
Test case failed on chain_test13261346


DescriptionIssuePull Request
API documentation7801174
Launch BitShares Developer Portal1031How-19, Dev-41
add new doc portals to readme9531358,1363
add readme to plugins-1319
LaTeX project for documentation like C++ ISO/IEC1288-
Probably wrong comment13011349
Create plugin script-1302
add new doc portals to readme1363
Add disk space requirements to readme-1376,1379
Update get_trade_history API docs and coding style-1397

Release Contributors

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