PayJoins might be very suitable for graph obfuscation in Grin
Q1 transparency + New burn-rate & runway reports published
Rapid experimentations on compact slate branch in grin-wallet
Transaction building method comparisons
RFC Proposal for e2e encrypted slates over http(s)
Grin v4.0.0 Network Upgrade (HF3), expected ~ July 15, 2020:
Following the recent attention given to PayJoin, @antiochp observed that the graph obfuscation technique would be very suitable for Grin, as interactivity is already a requirement for transaction building.
The wallet repo now has a compact slates branch that is being exposed to all kinds of transaction slate experimentation and trickery by @yeastplume.
New RFC: e2e encrypted slates over http(s), by @DavidBurkett.
@antiochp weekly update.
A comparison of tx-building methods and trade-offs.
The last Dev meeting reviewed v4.0.0 status, discussed Grin’s stance towards soft forks, and post v5.0.0 network upgrades.
New financial report created: Burn-rate and Runway
Template for funding requests, created by @Niels86.
A funding request for BLS research was raised by @DrazenV, and was later halted, after feedback from the community, to be re-opened at a point in the future.
Relative kernels [node-dev]
Multiple named wallets [wallet-dev]
Create a Moderation team [core]
Slate Serialization [wallet-dev]
NEW! - e2e encrypted slates over http(s) [wallet-dev]
Final Comment Period
General fund spending guidelines [core] - disposition to Merge, by April 21.
“Extra Grin” Artwork in this edition is by @LovelyGrin.
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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