How to handle hard forks in the future
Trade-offs related to protecting against re-org attacks
Early discussions of a change to Grin’s difficulty adjustment algorithm
@paouky funding request approved
Q2 financial transparency report published
Mining pool woolypooly.com has added support for Grin: PPLNS and SOLO, vardiff, with a low fee of 0.9%.
GRIN-papyrus, a collection of important documents and links related to Grin, by @mcm-mike
@antiochp’s latest status update.
@paouky’s funding request was approved, he will be working full time on introduction and documentation resources for the next three months.
In addition, last week’s governance meeting also discussed the recent critical CVE vulnerability and future approach to hard forks extensively.
Trade-offs outlined for how to handle the risk of re-org attacks, with requests for community participants to voice their preferences.
The 2020 Q2 financial transparency report has been published.
@tromp hinted at a proposal for a new difficulty adjustment algorithm for Grin, would require a detailed RFC.
@dburkett observed that there now may be a way to eliminate the finalisation step in transaction building.
@phyro produced several write-ups:
@kurt made another proposal for how to address play and replay attacks.
There is now a dedicated channel on keybase for Nervos-related protocol discussion and research:
Parallel IBD [node-dev]
Final Comment Period
“Flatter Wimble” Artwork in this edition is by @LovelyGrin.
This newsletter is curated by Daniel Lehnberg. Any views expressed are personal and do not represent an official position of the Grin project.
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