…and you won’t believe what @yeastplume did next!
In today’s sensationalist news, a claim was made that Mimblewimble had been “broken”, in what can only be described as a broken research attempt. This triggered a response by various grin contributors pointing to the factual inaccuracies of that exercise.
Hydax exchange started trading Grin, and pledged to donate the first year’s of fee’s to Grin’s development fund.
Last week’s developer meeting reviewed 3.0.0 status and firmed up the upgrade timelines.
v3.0.0 network upgrade, Jan 15 2020:
The first c32 block was found on floonet, by grincon1 speaker Wilke Trei / @lolliedieb.
Relative kernels [node-dev]
Asynch Transacting via Relays [wallet-dev]
Multiple named wallets [wallet-dev]
Online Transacting via TOR Hidden Services [wallet-dev]
Final Comment Period
“Granat Grin” Artwork in this edition is by @LovelyGrin.
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