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Introducing XRP Ledger version 1.11.0

Version 1.11.0 of rippled, the reference server implementation of the XRP Ledger protocol, is now available. This release reduces memory usage, introduces the fixNFTokenRemint amendment, and adds other features and bug fixes.

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Action Required

The fixNFTokenRemint amendment is now open for voting according to the XRP Ledger's amendment process, which enables protocol changes following two weeks of >80% support from trusted validators.

If you operate an XRP Ledger server, upgrade to version 1.11.0 by July 5 to ensure service continuity. The exact time that protocol changes take effect depends on the voting decisions of the decentralized network.

Install / Upgrade

On supported platforms, see the instructions on installing or updating rippled.

RPM for Red Hat / CentOS (x86-64)f986d28aed370bc747bff013834f4e9ed54e28885296467a5f465b32f04bebf0
DEB for Ubuntu / Debian (x86-64)15fd0e7dd44b74cd8c8174db73f5cdbccfb2da1624db9b91c559dff62e651d4f
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For other platforms, please build from source. The most recent commit in the git log should be the change setting the version:

commit 264280edd79b7f764536e02459f33f66a59c0531
Author: Elliot Lee <[email protected]>
Date:   Tue Jun 20 11:40:11 2023 -0700

    Set version to 1.11.0
    * Add release notes

New Amendment

fixNFTokenRemint: Prevents an NFT with the same ID from being reminted. #4406


New Features and Improvements

  • Node operators can now specify ports using a colon or space. #4328

  • Eliminated memory allocation from a critical path. #4353

  • Made it easier for projects to depend on libxrpl. #4449

  • Added the ability to mark amendments as obsolete. #4291

  • The FeeSettings object is now always created in genesis ledgers. #4319

  • Added log exception messages. #4400

  • Added an account_flags object to the account_info method response. #4459

  • Added NFTokenPages to the account_objects RPC. #4352

  • Added JSS fields used by the Clio nft_info command. #4320

  • Introduced a slab-based memory allocator and optimized SHAMapItem. #4218

  • Added the NetworkID field to transactions to help prevent replay attacks on and from sidechains. #4370

  • Administrators can now set the quorom from the command-line. #4489

  • The API now won't accept seeds or public keys in place of accounts IDs. #4404

  • Added nftoken_id, nftoken_ids and offer_id meta fields into NFT Tx responses. #4447

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed a bug in the sum totaling for gateway_balances. #4355

  • Fixed a rare null pointer dereference in timeout. #4420

  • Fixed marker returned from the account_lines command not working on subsequent commands. #4361

  • Fixed a case where ripple::Expected returned a JSON array instead of a value. #4401

  • Fixed ledger data returning an empty list instead of null when all entries are filtered out. #4398

  • Fixed the unit test. #4484

  • Fixed the fix for std::result_of. #4496

  • Fixed errors for Clang 16. #4501

  • Fixed an issue that caused switchover variables to initialize in an incorrect state. #4527

  • Moveed a faulty assert. #4533

  • Fixed unaligned load and stores. #4531

  • Fixed node size estimation. #4536

Code Cleanup and Testing

  • Removed redundant uses of std::move. #4564

  • Replaced compare() with the three-way comparison operator in base_uint, Issue, and Book . #4411

  • Rectified the import paths of boost::function_output_iterator. #4293

  • Expanded Linux test matrix. #4454

  • Added patched recipe for SOCI. #4510

  • Switched to self-hosted runners for macOS. #4511

  • Added missing headers. #4555


  • Added refactor build instructions. #4381

  • Added install instructions for package managers. #4472

  • Fixed a typo in #4508

  • Updated #4498

  • Updated for clarity. #4514

  • Added comments for NFToken-related invariants. #4558

Full Commit Log


The public source code repository for rippled is hosted on GitHub at

We welcome all contributions and invite everyone to join the community of XRP Ledger developers to help build the Internet of Value.


The following people contributed directly to this release:

New Contributors:

Bug Bounties and Responsible Disclosures:

We welcome reviews of the rippled code and urge researchers to responsibly disclose any issues they may find.

To report a bug, please send a detailed report to: [email protected]