critical vulnerability fixed in Grin 4.0.0
large donation received from Nervos
node patched to v4.0.2
funding request by @paouky
Nervos announced a 10 BTC donation to the Grin General fund as part of kicking off an effort to introduce Mimblewimble support on the Nervos blockchain. Contributors are welcome.
Niffler wallet v0.6.0 was released, adds support for slatepack.
Grin++ v1.1.0 was released, post hard fork 3 compatibility and support for slatepack.
The Grin node was patched to v4.0.2 to fix an API bug.
@yeastplume weekly update.
Postman collection of all Grin API calls, by @quentinlesceller.
The last dev meeting covered many topics at a high level, including replay attacks & mitigation, 1-sided txs, duplicate outputs, NRD, expiring kernels, coinbase outputs, and Bulletproofs+.
Community member @paouky submitted a funding request to work full time on introduction and documentation resources for three months. This request will be discussed in tomorrow’s governance meeting.
@kurt wrote a paper on unique kernels and his proposed solution without transaction expiry.
@phyro on proving output attachment to anchor graph.
Parallel IBD [node-dev]
Final Comment Period
“Abstract Grin Heart” Artwork in this edition is by @LovelyGrin.
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