We saw the official announcement of Layer1, an “activist fund for cryptocurrencies” that is backed by Peter Thiel. Grin is their first investment. TechCrunch reported on the story further.
The activist of the week however might just be Aurel, the patron saint of Grin, who once again stepped up and closed the security fund raising with a large donation. Like a boss. 🙏
There are 125 open issues in Grin.
22 pull requests were merged in the past week, with 8 unique contributors.
Floonet, permanent betanet, was released successfully, replacing Testnet4. There are some thoughts about doing another dry run release of the network within the week as there were a couple of bugs uncovered during the release process. So might not end up being permanent yet. The name though, is.
Grin++, the Grin implementation in C++ for Windows, was open sourced by @DavidBurkett. Contributions are welcomed.
Yeastplume wrote a Holiday Season retrospective that made my eyes moist and heart warm.
Notes from the last governance meeting are up. Audit #2 was postponed into the new year, and the genesis process was discussed.
Grin-pm repo received a bit of a face lift, the curious historians amongst us can now dig in the past notes and review old cliff notes.
“Y u no mergemine, Grin?” This reddit thread spells out the answer.
Good news for those with low memory GPUs. Turns out you might be able to mine Grin, after all. Assuming someone builds a miner with the outlined optimisations.
Jan 8, London, UK: Grin London Meetup. Submit projects you want to demo.
Jan 28, San Mateo, CA: Grincon(0)<US>. New website is up, and 50% of tickets are already sold. All proceeds go to Grin development fund.
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