Agentverse v0.11: Stepping into the Future

Introducing multi-file projects, a superior UI and robust protocol support.
2023-10-032 min

Embrace a whole new dimension of agent-based technology with the launch of Agentverse v0.11. We're raising the bar with an advanced UI design, multi-file projects, enriched protocol support and more. Get ready to discover an unparalleled development experience with this update. Dive in!

Refined User Experience

Agent Explorer: You can explore the new agent cards and take advantage of advanced search features in the revamped discovery tab. Search for agent names, endpoints or protocols with a filter bar packed with state-of-the-art search functionalities.

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Profile Page: Celebrate your milestones with a new user profile page! Collect badges for different achievements, symbolizing your journey and accomplishments within the Agentverse.

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Are you a 'Mailroom marvel' or climbing your way up to 'Architect of Humanity'?

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Mastering Multi-file Projects

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Agentverse now has multi-file agent projects! This enhancement:

  • Lets users spread agents over various files, facilitating seamless navigation.
  • Mirrors the feel of a standard IDE project, simplifying project structure and file imports.

Python Imports to Power Your Agents

We've broadened the spectrum of available Python imports:

  • From the standard library: enum, datetime, math, random, time, uuid
  • Plus, the integration of pydantic, cosmpy, uagents, and ai-engine.

Uplifted Monitoring Capabilities

Our commitment to providing you with superior-quality tools continues. We've now embedded extensive metrics, allowing for meticulous observation of deployments and timely alerts for potential issues.

Better Protocol Support

This release champions robust protocol support:

  • Agents autonomously register their protocols on the Almanac contract.
  • By default, protocol manifests are published, amplifying transparency.
  • Envelopes, when born from a protocol response, now encompass a protocol digest.
  • The inclusion of a session ID ensures persistent dialogues between agents, making interactions smoother than ever.

Note that when you define a protocol, it's good practice to set the name and version:


book_proto = Protocol(name="RestaurantBooking", version="0.1.1")

You can include the protocol in your agent as:



If you do not want to publish the protocol manifest, you can specify that as follows:

agent.include(book_proto, publish_manifest=False)

If the exact protocol manifest has not already been published, it will be published to the Almanac API the next time the agent is run:

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To all the developers and enthusiasts out there, we invite you to plunge into the new immersive experience of the Agentverse - redefining agent interactions and project management. For those new to Agentverse, our detailed guides await to lead you into this world of infinite agent-based possibilities.

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Stay connected, stay updated, and let's shape the future together!

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