First Grin v4.0.0 betas expected this week
Unsubstantiated claims of a Grin ASIC, more info to follow hopefully
Pros/cons of one sided transactions in the forum
@garyyu posted on the forum claiming that a first Grin ASIC, developed by MicroComputer, was in the works. Information has not been verified.
Grin++ webshop, proceeds go to the Grin++ team.
Grin v4.0.0 Network Upgrade (HF3), expected ~ July 15, 2020, betas expected this week:
@yeastplume status update.
The latest dev meeting reviewed the status of v4.0.0 work, the floonet HF3 date, kernel types and kernel uniqueness (more below).
Discussion about the pros/cons of one-sided transactions.
@kurt proposed enforcing kernel uniqueness on the protocol level.
Parallel IBD [node-dev]
Final Comment Period
General fund spending guidelines [core] - disposition to Merge, FCP extended until Jun 02
No Recent Duplicate (NRD) Kernels [node-dev] - disposition to Merge, FCP extended until Jun 02
RFC0012: Compact Slates [wallet-dev]
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