#25: Grin in C++ 🌐
Covering Nov 26-Dec 02 2018
|Daniel Lehnberg||Dec 3, 2018|
Shout-out to @Erikcason on twitter for his offer to match Grin Security fund donations.
Andreas Antonopoulos on whether governments will let privacy coins exist.
Jordan Clifford wrote an overview of Mimblewimble.
There are 111 open issues in Grin.
28 pull requests were merged in the past week, with 8 unique contributors.
The notes from the last developer meeting. Mainnet planning, Windows support, and a formalised Pull Request review process were some of the topics covered.
A second implementation of Grin was announced. @DavidBurkett is working on a C++ node and hoping to have it ready for mainnet.
The scheduled T4 Hard Fork took place at block height 64,000, with the first Cuckaroo block being mined over the weekend.
Issue #2053: Genesis release process & script
Research on Wallet API v2.
GPU Mining Stats is being collected for various setups. Contribute with your stats as well.
GrinGoldMiner for (mostly) Windows is working again after the hard fork.
TMGOX have added festive holiday jumpers and other swag in the store. Check it out.
Dec 5, Amsterdam: Bitcoin Wednesday #66. @jaspervdm has been invited to speak about Grin.
Jan 28, San Mateo, CA: Grincon(0)<US>. Registrations are open. Get your tickets early so you don’t miss out.
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