On its second birthday, Grin forked successfully and with this, the final of the scheduled hard forks is now in the past and the consensus layer is defaulting to being immutable. Congratulations to all the contributors for achieving this significant milestone in the project’s history!
The first known exchange of Grin for BBQ took place when @Goonyer placed a mouth watering order on the forum.
The list of active exchanges that support Grin transactions has been updated by @bluimes
“Grin - the crypto that became a work of art”, article by Alex PromoTeam
Artwork celebrating Grin and Tor working together on the forums.
Ironbelly wallet update by @i1skn
Add ideas to the Post 5.0.0 wish list, a noncommittal list for things to be prioritised moving forward.
Last development meeting made final preparations for the hard fork and brainstormed what priorities should be next.
Proposal for a bounty program for a trustless aggregator by @deev
Daily aggregator (Partial transactions) by @antioch
QA Team [core]
Final Comment Period
“Swishing Grin“ 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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