Grin Events and Updates Newsletter Resumes
Grin Community Council established multisig wallets for split of fund proposal which aims more decentralization and community driven ethos. Tests are done for security and for caution occasions. A procudure which proofs that community council has access to all keys has been voted and approved in 5th Grin CC meeting.
Grin G1 miners sold and G1 minis still available for another limited supply. Be careful for contacting original sellers of mining equipments.
Grinnode.live has published a new API endpoint which displays current blockheight chain and grin emission.
Community Council member @mcmMike has become an organizer for MW / Grin Berlin Meetup group. Once the Covid-19 pandemic is over, we expect new meetings will be held. If you are in the region, be sure to join and follow.
Grin++ desktop wallet has been updated to version1.2.6.
New binaries for grin v5.1.1 has been released.
Mark Hollis is working on Grin ledger hardware wallet, he is at the stage of implementing firmware tests. You can check out latest progress from this forum thread.
Gene’s work on Bitcoin-Grin atomic swaps is finished and RFC’s are waiting to be reviewed.
In accordance with Grin Community Council’s aim to enhance Grin ecosystem, it was proposed that Grin funding requests should be at least paid 10% in grin. After an open discussion in community, it has been voted and approved in CC meeting.
Grin Community Council is planning to buy some G1 mini miners and possibly a G1 miner from NHash. You can join discussion in the forum.
Funding of @jankie1800 and @defistaker for groundkeeping work and helping the GRIN community has been proposed by Grin Community Council. It has been decided to compansate next 3 months as follows:
@jankie1800 - 1.000€ / month
@defistaker - 1.000€ / month
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