Grin was featured in an article by the Human Rights Foundation researching privacy coins.
Microsoft Research endorses Rust for safe systems programming. They find that 70% of the security issues assigned a CVE number to “would most likely have been eliminated” if the software in question would have been written in Rust.
In last week’s developer meeting there was a Hard Fork retrospective, and decisions were made on version planning and the branching model moving forward.
Grin P2P networking stats, thanks to a crawler written by e-max / Cycle42.
Final Comment Period
Full Wallet Lifecycle [wallet-dev]
Combine MMR Roots [node-dev]
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Niffler v0.4.2 is out - now supporting a local full node.
Grin Fast - a method to receive grin by sms, email or keybase.
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