Forum user @Grumpy took it upon themselves to submit an application to Binance. 🥇
The hard fork that will see the Grin network upgrade to v2.0.0 is happening at time T minus two days or so. Here’s a handy countdown timer provided by the folks at CoinGecko. Version 2 will put transaction incompatibility behind us (permanently hopefully), and will see a a lot of fixes and improvements, and provide a more stable ground for future upgrades. If you’ve not yet upgraded your node or wallet to v2.0.0, do so ASAP.
Tomorrow Tuesday there’s the 4th Grin Meetup in London. @yeastplume, @jaspervdm, and yours truly will be there alongside some of the other 86 grinners who are planning to attend, come join us! 🙋♀️
@nijynot has been working on a redesign of the grin website and a new visual language for Grin. 👩🎨
And if a scheduled hard fork isn’t enough action for you, there’s also been yet another Grin fork / Grin clone announced! Technically "Epic Cash" was announced, not that it's actually a fork of the grin codebase. ツ
Last week's development meeting covered the creation of the wallet and node sub teams, an update on the work following our security audit work from @jo1tz, and planning for Grin v2.0.1 and v2.1.0.
@antiochp simplified handling of the txhashset zip.
@hashmap had a CPU performance improvement merged that uses blocking IO.
@yeastplume is working on a wallet rework/refactoring and RFC. Read more in his weekly update.
The wallet development sub team has been discussing how to self-organise, you can join the discussion in the Keybase team.
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For those using Grin Gold Miner, there's been some hard fork information announced.
Vite wallet is also ready for 2.0.0.
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