For ERC-20 Tokens, we have created a smart contract that can be used to upgrade the converter of a Bancor liquidity pool in a single atomic action. All smart contract functions are public and all upgrades are opt-in. We highly recommend you upgrade your converters regularly for security reasons, and to support any other product improvements that could lead to gas cost reduction, etc.
New converter upgrades will be announced in the Bancor Developers Telegram Group.
First, you'll need to find your current Converter contract address.
Navigate to your Pool Token contract on Etherscan
Read Contract tab, find the return value under the
owner function. This is your converter address
Next, you'll need to find the current address of the BancorConverterUpgrader contract.
Navigate to our ContractRegistry contract here
Enter 0x42616e636f72436f6e7665727465725570677261646572 in the
getAddress function to find the Upgrader address. This input is the bytes32 representation of "BancorConverterUpgrader". Save this returned address for Step #2.
Finally, navigate to your Converter contract on Etherscan and find the
transferOwnership function with the following parameter:
_newOwner: This is the address of the BancorConverterUpgrader contract you found above
This step transfers ownership of the contract briefly to Bancor in order to run the upgrade process.
Rest assured that all the token weight, pool balance and conversion fee details will remain the same post-upgrade. Additionally, your converter will experience zero downtime. Your users will not be affected in any way.
Navigate to the Etherscan
Write Contract page of the BancorConverterUpgrader. This is the addresses you queried for in the previous step.
upgradeOld function with the following parameters:
_converter: This is your converter's old address, i.e., the address you just transferred ownership of.
_version: 0x302e37 - the latest version
At this stage, you'll need to accept back the ownership over the converter (both old and new) from the Smart Contract.
First, let's find the address of your new converter.
On the BancorConverterUpgrader Etherscan page, navigate to the
You should see the
ConverterUpgrade event from your recent transaction (if you're unsure which belongs to you, find the log with a topic1 value that includes your old converter address
Your new address is in topic2 in the event log. To extract the address currently from the topic value, copy the rightmost 40 characters and add "0x" to the beginning
With the new converter address, open a new Etherscan
Write Contract view.
Now, return to your original converter address