The grin website was permanently migrated to https://grin.mw (courtesy of @0xb100d) and with this also a new design (courtesy of @nijynot).
Innosilicon recently announced delays to their planned G32 ASICs. The first batch is now expected in January 2020.
Chronos walkthrough of withdrawing Grin from exchanges using Niffler’s hedwig relay.
grin-wallet v2.1.0-beta4 was released.
The official v2.1.0 release of node and wallet is due this week.
Grin’s security process was revamped.
@yeastplume’s weekly update.
There’s been good progress on adding TOR support to the wallet.
The last governance meeting approved my funding request, the transfer to grin.mw, and the new website design.
Relative kernels [node-dev]
Asynch Transacting via Relays [wallet-dev]
Multiple named wallets [wallet-dev]
Final Comment Period
Nov 22 2019, Berlin, DE: grincon1 at c-base space station
“Cute Grin” Artwork in this edition is by @LovelyGrin.
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