With the release of Grin v5.0.0 as part of this week’s network upgrade,
methods will be
in wallets, and it will no longer be possible to send or receive Grin this way.
Transactions should use the
standard from now on.
Grin is forking to v5 on Friday, two years on the day following mainnet launch. Be sure to upgrade node and wallet software ahead of time. This is the last of the scheduled hard forks.
Results from the Grinnode Winter 2020 Bug Bash Challenge have been published. Thanks to all the testers, and congratulations to the winners!
The9 network (Nasdaq: NCTY) announced they aim to command 10% of Grin’s hashrate.
Go library libgrin has been updated to add v5+ compatibility
@jaspervdm progress update
Ironbelly progress update from @i1skn
A transparent form of Mimblewimble, discussed in Bitcointalk.
“What is Grin”, explainer documentation by @phyro
Constant size fully validating node, described by @phyro
Scalability vs Privacy comparison chart by @tromp
Bitmap MMR vs Set accumulator notes by @phyro
Daily aggregator notes by @phyro
QA Team [core]
Final Comment Period
“Grin Petals“ 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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