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  1. Snider

    Weekly Dev Update #132

    Hey y’all, Today is the first day back for most of the Loki team after our Christmas break, so there’s a bit less in this dev update than usual. Rest assured, the Loki team is getting straight back onto the development train, working on essential Session features like reimplementing multi-device and building out Session Protocol support for closed groups. The Lokinet team is working on some Windows optimizations which should increase download speeds through exit nodes. Loki Core P2P network changes to reduce possibility of DoS attacks https://github.com/loki-project/loki-core
  2. /blog/assets/2020-09-17-monero-0.17-released/oxygen-orion.png Overview This is the v0.17.1.8 minor point release of the Monero software. This is a recommended release that contains mitigations against the ongoing memory exhaustion attack. Some highlights of this minor release are: Protocol: drop nodes if they claim new data but only give stale data Add some sanity checks on data size (portable_storage) Fix some issues using connections after shutdown, add buffered SSL handshake detection Optional DNS based blocklist (--enable-dns-blocklist) Ban lists may now include subnets
  3. /blog/assets/2020-09-17-monero-0.17-released/oxygen-orion.png Overview This is the v0.17.1.8 minor point release of the Monero GUI software. This is a recommended release that contains mitigations against the ongoing memory exhaustion attack. The latest CLI release notes can be found on the precedent blog post Some highlights of this minor release are: Update monero submodule to v0.17.1.8 UI tweaks to LineEdit component Minor bug fixes The complete list of changes is available on GitHub, along with the source code. Contributors for this Release This release was the direct
  4. Snider

    Bulletproofs+ in Monero

    /blog/assets/bulletproofs+/bulletproofs+.png Summary Code is now available for Bulletproofs+, a zero-knowledge proving system that can be used in the Monero protocol in place of the existing Bulletproofs zero-knowledge proving system. The new construction would make transactions smaller, faster for wallets to generate, and faster for network participants to verify. While the code is functional and includes tests for the underlying algorithms, it should be reviewed by third-party auditors if chosen for deployment in a future Monero network upgrade. The code is permissively licensed in the ho
  5. Dear community, Today, and after a year-long (but needed) testing period, we are glad to announce that the X-Cash public blockchain is ready to move from Proof of Work consensus algorithm to our new and customized: Delegated Proof of Private Stake consensus algorithm. What is DPoPS? The DPOPS (standing for Delegated-Proof-of-Private Stake) is a brand new and unique Delegate-Proof-of-Stake consensus integrated into X-Cash, an open-source fork of Monero which has since the beginning of the project brought new innovation to the privacy coin space (notably FlexPrivacy, public & private trans
  6. Snider

    Weekly Dev Update #131

    Hey Y’all, This week marks the start of the holiday season for most of the Loki team, so expect to see a little bit less content in the dev updates until the start of the new year. However, work is still ongoing, with a focus on Session and Loki Core. On the Session front, we released a new update on all platforms with new encryption protocol changes which you can read about here. On the Loki Core side, we finished Ledger support (which will be submitted to Ledger tomorrow), and we also worked on a number of quality of life fixes for wallet and service node users. Loki Core
  7. /blog/assets/2020-09-17-monero-0.17-released/oxygen-orion.png Overview This is the v0.17.1.7 minor point release of the Monero software. This is a recommended release that contains P2P network layer improvements. Some highlights of this minor release are: P2P: include first new block in chain entry response P2P: more restrictive checks on chain entry response Fix syncing with --sync-pruned-blocks flag Update OpenSSL to 1.1.1i to fix its recently disclosed vulnerability Minor bug fixes The complete list of changes is available on GitHub, along with the source code. Contr
  8. /blog/assets/2020-09-17-monero-0.17-released/oxygen-orion.png Overview This is the v0.17.1.7 minor point release of the Monero GUI software. This is a recommended release that contains P2P network layer improvements. The latest CLI release notes can be found on the precedent blog post Some highlights of this minor release are: Ask for writing desktop shortcut on first start (Linux) Fix wallet initialization flag handling Get back "Sending transaction …" splash Disable QML cache Minor bug fixes The complete list of changes is available on GitHub, along with the source code
  9. Snider

    Weekly Dev Update #130

    Hey Y’all, This week might seem a little scant for the dev update, but that’s because most of the work we have been doing is still contained to commits on remote or local branches. For example, the Session team is about to publish a refactor of the Session iOS sending and receiving pipeline, and work on the same refactor is progressing quickly on Android. Additionally, the Session desktop team is also about to publish the React refactored desktop application. The Loki Core team is finishing the final parts of Ledger integration, specifically focusing on staking and submitting LNS transac
  10. /blog/assets/2020-09-17-monero-0.17-released/oxygen-orion.png Overview This is the v0.17.1.6 minor point release of the Monero GUI software. This is a recommended release that contains P2P network layer improvements. The latest CLI release notes can be found on the precedent blog post Some highlights of this minor release are: Fix transactions getting incorrectly marked as failed Minor bug fixes The complete list of changes is available on GitHub, along with the source code. Contributors for this Release This release was the direct result of 5 people who worked, largely unpa
  11. /blog/assets/2020-09-17-monero-0.17-released/oxygen-orion.png Overview This is the v0.17.1.6 minor point release of the Monero software. This is a recommended release that contains P2P network layer improvements. A note for public RPC node operators upgrading to v0.17.1.6: if you’re using the --rpc-restricted-bind-port option along with --rpc-bind-ip currently you will need to add the new --rpc-restricted-bind-ip arg or else the daemon will bind restricted RPC only to localhost. Some highlights of this minor release are: P2P: add scoring system to drop peers that don't behave P2
  12. We have collaboratively been working through what should go into the Lethean roadmap and how we broadcast activity. The Lethean official website is now updated with the most current roadmap: https://lethean.io/roadmap At this stage only completed and actively worked on items are disclosed. Our most recent roadmap updates have been focusing on: - Giving Lethean a new look with a fresh new website! - Making it simpler to stand-up a node, a lot simpler. - Promoting Lethean — In doing so, we attract attention and gain momentum with increased community involvement. - More exchange listings and m
  13. Eth 2.0 is live. As of 12am UTC on Tuesday, 1 Dec, the first stage of Ethereum’s evolution into a Proof of Stake (PoS) blockchain has now begun. If PoS sounds familiar, that’s probably because Loki has been full PoS since the Salty Saga hardfork back in October. But what is Proof of Stake, anyway? And why is it such a big deal? Proof of Work, work, work, work, work, work… All blockchains rely on something called a consensus mechanism to confirm transactions as valid and enter them into the blockchain. There are a handful of different consensus mechanisms in use, but the two most co
  14. Snider

    Weekly Dev Update #129

    Hey Y’all, This week we worked on fixing up various bugs found in the Lokinet GUI. The Session team continued working on the client refactor and also published a new desktop release which fixed a few bugs. The Loki Core team continued their efforts to integrate Loki into Ledger devices, making the new code compatible with CLSAG transactions. Loki Core Generate transaction for stake unlocking, to properly show in wallet history https://github.com/loki-project/loki-core/pull/1364 Error when trying to sign using watch only wallet https://github.com/loki-project/loki-core/pull/1
  15. We’ve talked a lot about the benefits of Proof of Stake for the Loki blockchain, but there’s another huge upside to PoS compared to our old hybrid PoS-PoW consensus mechanism: it’s a lot kinder to the planet. Proof of… Harm? Proof of Work — the system many people know as “crypto mining” — has some very real benefits when it comes to securing blockchains. But it has some nasty downsides, too, and one of the worst is power consumption. To dive into exactly why that is, we need to take a brief look at what Proof of Work actually entails. Fundamentally, “mining” crypto through Pro
  16. /blog/assets/2020-09-17-monero-0.17-released/oxygen-orion.png Overview This is the v0.17.1.5 minor point release of the Monero GUI software. This release improves simple mode reliability. The latest CLI release notes can be found on the precedent blog post Some highlights of this minor release are: Simple mode: skip syncing nodes Write QML cache to portable folder Linux: enable high DPI support Minor bug fixes The complete list of changes is available on GitHub, along with the source code. Contributors for this Release This release was the direct result of 4 people who w
  17. Mumble is a fantastic open-source voice chat platform known for its reliability and ease of use. And Lokinet is a cutting-edge onion routing network that offers unparalleled security and anonymity potential. Well what if you could run a Mumble server over Lokinet, combining Mumble’s ease of use with Lokinet’s security and anonymity to create the ultimate secure voice chat service? In this article, we’re going to cover how to do exactly that — with just 15 minutes of your time and $3 a month, you and your organisation can create one of the most secure voice chat platforms possible.
  18. /blog/assets/2020-09-17-monero-0.17-released/oxygen-orion.png Overview This is the v0.17.1.5 minor point release of the Monero software. This is a recommended release that improves Dandelion++ perfomance. Some highlights of this minor release are: Change Dandelion++ fluff probability to 20%, and embargo timeout to 39s Fix timeout checks for forwarded and Dandelion++ stem txes Improve peer selection in Dandelion++ stem phase Skip non-synced bootstrap daemons in –no-sync mode Check imported multisig curve points are in main subgroup Better log message for unusable anonymity
  19. Snider

    Weekly Dev Update #128

    Hey Y’all, This week the Lokinet team continued working on fixes for the Mac release, which had some unresolved issues in the installer/uninstaller. The Loki Core team worked on the 8.1.4 release, which fixes a few issues exchanges were encountering and adds some new features to the wallet which are likely to be used in the Chainflip Service Node airdrop. Capping things off, the Session team began a large refactorisation effort which we will be talking about publicly in the coming weeks. Loki Core Remove unused wallet address parameter https://github.com/loki-project/loki-co
  20. /blog/assets/2020-09-17-monero-0.17-released/oxygen-orion.png Overview This is the v0.17.1.4 minor point release of the Monero GUI software. This release fixes an issue with the wallet not starting on some Linux systems. The latest CLI release notes can be found on the precedent blog post Some highlights of this minor release are: Linux: fix a deadlock on startup Linux: high DPI support removed, will be readded in subsequent release The complete list of changes is available on GitHub, along with the source code. Contributors for this Release This release was the direct resul
  21. /blog/assets/2020-09-17-monero-0.17-released/oxygen-orion.png Overview This is the v0.17.1.3 minor point release of the Monero GUI software. This is a recommended release that improves overall network perfomance. The latest CLI release notes can be found on the precedent blog post Some highlights of this minor release are: Android support (experimental) Linux binary is now reproducible (experimental) Simple mode: transaction reliability improvements New transaction confirmation dialog Wizard: minor design changes Linux: high DPI support Fix "can't connect to daemon" iss
  22. /blog/assets/2020-09-17-monero-0.17-released/oxygen-orion.png Overview This is the v0.17.1.3 minor point release of the Monero software. This is a recommended release that improves overall network perfomance. Some highlights of this minor release are: Add support for I2P and Tor seed nodes (--tx-proxy) Add --ban-list daemon option to ban a list of IP addresses Switch to Dandelion++ fluff mode if no out connections for stem mode Fix a bug with relay_tx Fix a rare readline related crash Use /16 filtering on IPv4-within-IPv6 addresses Give all hosts the same chance of being
  23. Dear community, today, we think that it’s necessary to take the time and take a step back to write about the latest development in the X-Cash ecosystem. We would like to preface this article by addressing some concerns that arose from recent discussions within the community. Some members of the community have pointed out that it seems that most of X-Cash development is focused on DPOPS at the moment, and because it’s taking longer than planned it feels like the rest of the project is at a stop. While this is true to some extent, we are moving forward in the background on several other proje
  24. Snider

    TRTL v2

    Have a seat, pour a cup of whatever drink you celebrate with, and think about where you left those old TRTL wallet keys. Whether you like what we say next or not, you’re going to need them, soon.. My friends, it is time for us to say goodbye. Today we hit block 3,000,000. We upgraded our network and our proof of work algorithm for the last time. By block 4,000,000 or in about 1 year from today, the TurtleCoin network as we know it will begin on a path of its own destruction. A short time after block 5 million, the chain will be dead, and completely gone, unable to produce more blocks. Don’t
  25. Wew it sure has been a while since the last update hasn’t it? https://medium.com/media/de2e4acb3686a4ac0034ad9c725393f6/hrefBig Karai updates in this issue :) Developer Updates TurtleCoin 1.0 Is Ready! As some of you who follow the dev pipeline may already know, we nerds on the TRTL core team have been busily working on bringing TurtleCoin into being a legitimate version 1.0.0 product. We are so excited to say that this goal has been a success! To those of you outside of programming circles, what this means is that over time, through many planned efforts, we have rewritten and improved enou
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