#31: Dance like nobody's watching 👀
Covering Jan 7 - Jan 13 2019
|Daniel Lehnberg||Jan 14, 2019|
Peak hype yet? Hard to say, all one can do is just try to catch them waves. 🌊🏄♀️
”When mainnet?” you ask? Well, https://itsalmo.st/grin-oclock. No matter where things go from here I feel privileged to have been able to contribute with the little I’ve could to the project, see it get to this stage, and learn a lot in the process. ”Is a launch ever really finished?”, I wondered in a group chat earlier today. I hope not. It’s been incredibly fun so far, and I wish it continues. Hats off to all the committers and contributors. Fingers crossed for a healthy Grin genesis tomorrow.
Arjun Balaji did a Mimblewimble and mining deep dive for the Block.
CryptoProfG explains Grin monetary approach in one of the better readings on the subject I’ve seen so far.
“Cool tech, maybe not enough hype?”
There are 131 open issues in the Grin repo.
29 pull requests were merged in the past week, by 15 unique contributors.
@hashmap delivered OpenCL Cuckaroo29 plugin as promised.
@photon managed to achieve 50-80% speedups on AMD GPUs and contributed it back to the community for use in default grin-miner. Like a boss. 🥇
Getting started documentation got a massive facelift, courtesy of @yeastplume.
@yeastplume also penned the definitive wallet user guide.
And not only that, he also made several critical improvements to the wallet.
Support your core developer. Funding campaign for @yeastplume Mar-Aug 2019. Many mining? Much dev donations. Very wow. 👍
Latest dev meeting started planning for Grin v1.1.0.
New website redesign proposed by @nijynot.
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Ironbelly, an open source wallet for iOS and Android, was announced by Cycle42.
Grinmint mining pool announced details for their production launch.
Mwgrinpool delayed their launch and restricted access to invite-only.
Veil launches on Jan 15 as well and will support markets that track Grin’s price, hash rate, and important network events.
@DavidBurkett working on the C++ implementation has been funded, but will not have wallet ready for mainnet.
Grin-pool.org was announced, by @hendi: “Zero fees for me, but an optional fee for the Grin Dev fund later.”
f2pool announced support for Grin.
Sparkpool mining pool announced support for Grin.
Bisq exchange introduced Grin support.
Galleon exchange announced, donating up to 50% of Grin trading fees to the dev fund.
Chainrift.com intends to list Grin soon after launch.
BTC.com mining pool will support Grin for launch.
Telegram chat groups
Jan 19, Beijing, China: Grin meetup.
Jan 28, San Mateo, CA: Grincon(0)<US>. All proceeds go to Grin development fund.
Jan 29, San Francisco, CA: Bay Area Meetup
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