Tibor Fisher of The Guardian mentioning Grin in a piece about the 10th anniversary of Bitcoin, calling it “…the best name for a currency in the history of money”.
Grin made the front page of Hacker News on Jan 3rd.
Mentioned on #15 of Arjun Balaji’s noteworthy Crypto Theses for 2019 post.
Included in @lopp 2018 stats on commits & contributors.
Some valuation commentary:
There are 120 open issues in the Grin repo.
26 pull requests were merged in the past week, by 13 unique contributors.
Lots of activity from @yeastplume in preparation for mainnet, details in his weekly update.
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Notes from last Governance meeting. No genesis block message. Non-binding polls for mission statement, currency ticker, and symbol is conducted on the forum and decisions will be made in next meeting.
Some of Bisq’s experiences with governance.
OpenCL Lean miner plugin for Cuckatoo31 (ASIC Targeted POW) merged by @hashmap. ASIC Resistant Cuckaroo is up next.
GPU memory reductions discovered that have led to lower GPU minimum requirements. New known minimums are 5.5 GB for Cuckaroo and 11 GB for Cuckatoo. @tromp has built miner plugins that supports these, now merged in grin-miner.
@tromp on the best GPU for mining grin.
@tromp on the best way to decide whether to mine Cuckaroo or Cuckatoo.
grin-miner binaries are up, courtesy of @yeastplume.
GrinPro Miner: High performance and professional miner to manage and monitor mining of Grin.
Jan 8, London, UK: Grin London Meetup. @yeastplume confirmed to join.
Jan 28, San Mateo, CA: Grincon(0)<US>. All proceeds go to Grin development fund.
Animation provided by the artist Sebastian Mazzucchielli, inspired by the Cuckoo Cycle edge trimming process, facilitated by a member of the Grin community.
Assets are available for wider community use.
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