Last edition of 2018! A warm welcome to all the new subscribers, and thanks to the older subscribers for sticking around. Here’s to a 2019 filled with Mainnet Grins! 🥂
@hashmap participated on a panel organized by Binance Labs during 35C3.
There’s finally an announcement of Grin on Bitcointalk. What would a launch be without it?
Grin mentioned in article on 2019 trends at (BCH-affiliated?) Bitcoin.com.
There are 131 open issues in Grin.
28 pull requests were merged in the past week, with 9 unique contributors.
Floonet testnet was re-released as Grin v0.5.0 to mirror Mainnet much closer and add a bunch of nice-to-have features and fixes.
Grin’s first security audit, covering the patches and additions on top of libsecp was concluded by JP Aumasson. Nothing too serious identified, but improvements are being actioned. Thanks to JP, and the benefactor who facilitated and financed this effort.
Help out by hosting a DNS seed for Mainnet rollout.
More updates in the full notes from the Development meeting. In addition to the above points, adoption of Semver was agreed, and there was a discussion on how best to handle planning of upcoming features.
Community effort to provide FAQ documentation to exchanges has been kicked off.
Jan 8, London, UK: Grin London Meetup. Submit projects you want to demo.
Jan 28, San Mateo, CA: Grincon(0)<US>. All proceeds go to Grin development fund.
Grin at 35C3 in Leipzig (photo: @hashmap)
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