#81: Grin 3.0.0 🟢
Covering Jan 13-20 2020
|Daniel Lehnberg||Jan 20|
At block height #524,160 the network successfully upgraded to v3.0.0, successfully completing Scheduled Hard Fork #2 (HF2). 🎉
Details of CVE-2020-6638, a medium severity vulnerability that was patched as part of v3.0.0 has just now been published. No action required.
Grin forum has moved. The new address is: https://forum.grin.mw
Last week also marked Grin’s one year anniversary. 🎂 Crytponomist is reporting in an article.
Grin Amsterdam teased with a follow up to their successful 2019 event, with a sponsorship confirmed by the Litecoin Foundation.
@yeastplume’s weekly update.
Some discussion in the forum about BLS signatures pros and cons.
Some updates made to the Grin2020 roadmap RFC after feedback.
In last week’s governance meeting, my funding request for Q1 2020 was approved. Thanks for your support. In addition, 2020 roadmap and forum migration was also discussed.
Request for funding: Free educational book for blockchain
Innosilicon published an announcement cancelling their planned ASIC miner.
Grin++ creator @DavidBurkett has introduced a relay for Tor users that enables them to receive grin from exchange via http and https as an alternative to hedwig, ngrok, and other forwarding methods. Open for all grin wallet users to use.
Niffler v0.5.0 released with Grin v3 support.
Ironbelly mobile wallet v3.x supports Grin v3 as well, iOS and Android.
Relative kernels [node-dev]
Asynch Transacting via Relays [wallet-dev]
Multiple named wallets [wallet-dev]
Grin 2020 Roadmap [core]
Final Comment Period
“Be Grin” Artwork in this edition is by @LovelyGrin.
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This newsletter is curated by Daniel Lehnberg. Any views expressed are personal and do not represent an official position of the Grin project.
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