grin 4 has been released, hard fork ETA Jul 19
Bulletproof+ implementation by KZen Research
Q3 funding requests were approved in the last governance meeting
IRS published a request for information on how to trace Grin
A request for information (RFI) was published by the United States Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on how to trace several cryptocurrencies, including Grin.
Grin v4.0.0 Network Upgrade (HF3) is expected around July 19, 2020.
KZen Research open sourced v1.0.0 of their Bulletproof library, which includes implementations of Bulletproof+, work done by @suyashbagad.
Discussion continued on the forums about the pros/cons of having coinbase outputs behave identical to regular outputs.
Some early sketches on v5.0.0 prioritization in this planning issue.
In the last governance meeting, funding requests for @yeastplume, @lehnberg, and @antiochp were approved, the Slatepack RFC was discussed, and there was mentioning of the ongoing reviews of documentation and code of conduct.
Parallel IBD [node-dev]
Final Comment Period
“Find Grin” Artwork in this edition is by @LovelyGrin.
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