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  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. /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
  4. 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.
  5. /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
  6. 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
  7. /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
  8. /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
  9. /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
  10. 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
  11. Dear community, In a context where we are getting closer to DPOPS and with growing interests for X-Cash, we are announcing that X-Network, the primary contributor of X-Cash development, will perform a buy-back of 823,298,491 XCASH in a 3 months period starting Wednesday, September 16th, 2020. The coins will be bought directly on the current exchanges where X-Cash is listed. These coins will be added back to X-Network’s inventory, currently standing at 9,176,701,509.156 XCASH (verifiable using the reserve proof on the segregated funds’ tracker). These funds will be locked under a new reserve
  12. As always, privileged to provide you the next update following our most recent team meeting including other developments: * Lethean Telegram promotion — 300LTHN giveaway continues!! Why not jump on the channel and ask our team for some free coin! We believe increased adoption starts with trust in a products capabilities and promises. That’s why we’re giving away free coin to test drive our service, our product will speak for itself. In turn we can make our product even better. * Lethean community activity increased by over 15% in the last couple of weeks. * Growing team contributors. A very
  13. DPOPS Beta Update — Phase 2 Dear Community, It is with great excitement that we are sharing with you this update about the DPOPS Beta progress. During the last year, we have developed an innovative consensus protocol called Delegated-Proof-of-Private-Stake. This protocol is the first DPOS that allows the use of private stakes for staking. While we coded most of the features from scratch, we have chosen to rely on Monero’s core technology for the obfuscation of the transactions. In this article, we are providing you with an update on what has been developed and fixed since the start of the B
  14. Dear Lethean Community, It is with much anticipation and excitement I reach out to you. Over the past few quiet months the Lethean project has been evolving and re-forming a new, eager, motivated, and capable bunch of members. It has been at least 6 months since any real life has echoed from the Lethean project via any form of communication at a mass scale. I’d like to proudly acknowledge that the Lethean project is moving forward. As we re-group and re-establish capabilities, we’d like to let the public know firstly, the Lethean VPN/Proxy capabilities are up and running right now and ready
  15. This week we put the pedal to the metal and knocked out our biggest developer bounty we have ever had, in the name of TurtleCoin adoption and security of your coins! You are going to love it! Keep reading Like the sound of bounties? Have skills? Visit our #bounties channel for your chance to get paid and earn a limited edition pink TurtleCoin Developer role in Discord @ chat.turtlecoin.lol Image courtesy of TeacupDeveloper Updates This is a place where anybody in our community can submit a post about the TRTL project they’re working on. It’s a great way to attract helpers for your project and
  16. Delegated Proof of Private Stake — Beta general information and schedule 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 transactions on the same blockchain, from the same wallet). The alpha phase of the DPOPS is officially over! 🎉 After nearly a year of development, planning, and testing, we are glad to finally enter the beta phase o
  17. Why? Because it’s fun to do bad things. For those of you who paid attention during the last roundup, we mentioned that some discussions were happening at the old sandwich cart about a few potential changes around the chat. Turns out we were discussing whether or not the time was right to give a shot at letting market talkers have their own channel in the server. If you go to the chat right now, there is a room called turtle-traders. If you are surprised, so are we. Keep reading though.. In the beginning… When the TRTL discord first launched, it was during crypto December and what seemed like
  18. DPOPS FAQ — General information, expected ROI, and more! The DPOPS (standing for Delegated-Proof-of-Private Stake) is a brand new and unique Delegate-Proof-of-Stake consensus integrated into X-Cash, a fork of Monero which has since the beginning of the project brought new innovation to the privacy coin space (notably FlexPrivacy, public & private transactions on the same blockchain, from the same wallet). As we are entering the beta of the new consensus soon, we want to address some of the questions you’ve had and prepare you for the upcoming update. Most of the questions are answered he
  19. DPOPS alpha report — Retrospective, enhancements, and future Dear Community, Today, we would like to take the time to present you a report on the DPOPS alpha test phase and give you an overview of the tremendous progress that has been made. We will go in-depth into the changes, improvements, and enhancements of the consensus, as well as reminding some of the aspects of this next update. We will also start talking about the organization of the beta, which will begin in the following weeks as the alpha phase is in its final stage. What is DPoPS? DPoPS stands for Delegated Proof-Of-Private-Sta
  20. Snider

    Lethean Moving Forward

    Community, The leadership team has had a few conversations about how we, as a team, move forward from where we currently stand today. Our decision, which was difficult to make, has been to depart from Lethean. While we are extremely heavy-hearted about this decision, we also know that it is best for the project. Even with the team as we currently know it is departing, our goal is to ensure that Lethean, the project that we have worked so very hard on these past few years, continues even in our absence. With that in mind, we have decided to make the project community-owned and operated. As a
  21. We would like to begin this update with a thank you to all of our followers that have allowed us to take some time to spend with our friends and family over the holidays. We appreciate your understanding and your continued support. Development updates As of the time writing this, nothing substantial has been accomplished over the past few months with regard to the continued development. In our previous survey, we gathered information on others that may be willing to assist us in the development of the project, and we will be reaching out to them in the coming month to gather additional detail
  22. In the past week, Lethean was contacted via Telegram by a gentleman named Chris Keren. Chris Keren requested a phone call with the founder(s) or leadership to discuss investing in Lethean. Great! Mr. Keren wanted to hear about Lethean — what is its mission, how does it work, and where is the project going. We filled him in on all of this information and sent him our investment pitch deck. We also informed him that any ‘investment’ in Lethean would need to be funnelled properly through our non-profit company via standard bank wire (this detail is important). We learned a little bit about Mr.
  23. Welcome, all to December. With the year coming to a close and the holidays right around the corner, we expect a moderate slow in development and a lighter workload overall for this upcoming month. That being said, we want to give you all some insight into what has occurred in the past month, and what our plans are for December. Payment Gateway While we anticipated the payment gateway project finalization by this update, we are still working with CoinGate on our business account setup. Over the past two months, we have been working closely with CoinGate to finalize our application. The reason
  24. Payment Gateway We mentioned in our last update that we were working on a payment gateway that would allow users to purchase Lethean directly from our website. We are still in the process of finalizing this implementation. We had a minor setback with the gateway that we were using to make this option available for our users, but as of the time writing this, we are well on our way to finalize everything. Once finished, the website will allow users to make purchases for days, weeks, and months of VPN use with Lethean. You can see an updated draft of the website look below Recent video appearanc
  25. Development updates Easy VPN development notes During September, our development team has worked on the Easy VPN. We had a few minor setbacks that have caused the development of the Easy VPN. During the process of integrating the Easy VPN into the wallet. Our development team has informed us that we should, if all goes well, have the Easy VPN ready for internal testing within the next few weeks. Once we have finalized internal testing, we will release the Easy VPN for use. Payment Gateway In other development-related news, our development team, in conjunction with a community member, Denis, h
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