Monero Observer – Monero Observer Blitz #7

Monero Observer – Monero Observer Blitz #7

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November 23, 2022 by keithhill530
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[ad_1] 1 Mar 2022 [blitz] Here’s a recap of what happened this February in the Monero community: Exodus Wallet was planning to add support for Monero on the Trezor by the end of June 2022 (1) Cake Technologies released Monero.com v1.0.2/1.0.3/1.0.4 and Cake Wallet v4.3.6/4.3.7/4.3.8 (2,3,4) Harsh Strongman added a Monero module to the Learn
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1 Mar 2022

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Here’s a recap of what happened this February in the Monero community:

  • Exodus Wallet was planning to add support for Monero on the Trezor by the end of June 2022 (1)
  • Cake Technologies released Monero.com v1.0.2/1.0.3/1.0.4 and Cake Wallet v4.3.6/4.3.7/4.3.8 (2,3,4)
  • Harsh Strongman added a Monero module to the Learn Crypto Course (5)
  • There were 4 MoneroKon 2022 Planning Meetings this month (6,7,8,9)
  • pluja cancelled their CCS funding proposal for the Moneroj project (10)
  • Haveno submitted the second largest CCS proposal ever, looking for $231K (1543 XMR) to build the UI (11)
  • Sethforprivacy called out Haseeb Qureshi for spreading Monero FUD with his Coindesk Privacy Week piece (12)
  • MAGIC Monero Fund shared a summary of its first advisory committee meeting (13)
  • tobtoht moved Feather Wallet from a self-hosted Gitea instance to Github (14)
  • Alagaris moved MoneroPot away from Njalla (15)
  • There were 2 Farcaster XMR/BTC Swap Dev Meetings this month (16,17)
  • Justin Berman published his sixth and final CCS progress report before starting a new CCS proposal to continue working on Monero until May 2022 (18,19)
  • There was a Monero Meet livestream this month (20)
  • The community held 4 Monero Research Lab meetings (21,22,23,24)
  • netrik182 posted their January 2022 CCS community report (25)
  • rottenwheel published 4 Revuo Monero issues (#106-#109) (26,27,28,29)
  • Lovera submitted their January 2022 CCS progress report (30)
  • The Haveno UI CCS funding proposal was withdrawn after community objections (31)
  • Monero Talk interviewed The Robin Hood Of Wall Street, Gregory Mannarino (32)
  • The first alpha version of the BTC-XMR UnstoppableSwap GUI was ready for community testing (33)
  • Techlore CEO Henry interviewed Monero Talk host Douglas Tuman (34)
  • The COMIT team stopped maintaining the XMR-BTC atomic swap project (35)
  • There was one Community Workgroup Meeting this month (36)
  • John Foss published 2 The Monero Moon newsletter issues (#30,#31) (37,38)
  • Crypt0-Bear released his newest album titled Make Crypto Scary Again for free on the dark web (39)
  • Kevin Wad published a video investigating how Monero could replace the US Dollar as international currency (40)
  • Monero Talk interviewed Marc Falzon on the dark side of Bitcoin in El Salvador (41)
  • The MoneroKon 2022 CCS proposal was fully funded just before its deadline (42,43)
  • 0x1337f331 forked Haveno into PenumbraDEX (44)
  • P2Pool decentralized Monero mining pool v1.7 & 1.8 were released (45,46)
  • v1docq47’s CCS proposal to continue creating videos and translating Monero content into Russian for 6 months was fully funded (47)
  • MineXMR’s hashrate dropped from 50% to 38% after Monero community decentralization efforts (48)
  • mjxmr submitted a replacement CCS proposal for Q2 2022 (49)
  • moneroguides resumed work on the Getting to grips with Monero mini series (50)
  • Indian crypto exchange CoinDCX listed Monero on their platform (51)
  • Haveno proposed a new structure based on a CCS-like system called Engine (52)
  • MAGIC Monero Fund started accepting research grant applications (53)
  • Douglas Tuman and sunchakr discussed the Canadian trucker Freedom Convoy with Zaptosis in Monerotopia Ep.53 (54)
  • Monerujo’s SideKick project was finally 100% funded (55)
  • Estonian crypto exchange Stockpoint added a XMR/USDT trading pair to their platform (56)
  • CryptoGrampy proposed a bounty for the creation of an Android GUI Monero node (57)
  • herrduarte announced their plans to stop maintaining Monerobenchmarks.info after 5 years (58)
  • selsta posted a February 2022 dev update (59)
  • LocalMonero restricted Tor IPs on the clearnet after experiencing DDoS attacks (60)
  • Monero Talk interviewed Keith Weiner on crypto vs gold (61)
  • Kevin Wad published a video analyzing Seraphis and Jamtis (62)
  • Kivojo started publishing a new weekly newsletter, The Monero Standard (63)
  • jberman’s CCS proposal to continue development work on Monero for the next 3 months was fully funded (64)
  • Rucknium and plowsof have set up Moneroresearch.info to store Monero-related research papers (65)
  • UkoeHB completed their Seraphis PoC CCS and submitted a new proposal to build a Seraphis wallet proof-of-concept (66,67)
  • reemuru released v0.1.0 of the experimental lightweight XMR browser extension himitsu (68)
  • XMR.radio announced plans to broadcast live talks from the upcoming MoneroKon 2022 event (69)
  • Haveno announced MajesticBank as their new sponsor (70)
  • Monero Talk interviewed Vanessa Harris on true digital cash (71)
  • The community scheduled the first 3 meetings for March 2022: MRL meeting (2nd), Monero Meet (5th), MoneroKon 2022 Planning Meeting (6th) (72,73,74)

My contributions:

  • published 4 weekly MO Artistic Saturday Top 5 reports (Weeks: 5/6/7/8, 2022) (75,76,77,78)
  • published 4 weekly MO XMR TA Reports (Weeks: 5/6/7/8) (79,80,81,82)
  • published January 2022 MO Blitz Report: #6 (83)
  • published 90 Monero Observer Reports & listed 30 Community Messages and 14 Calendar events (84,85) (consult the Archive page for a complete list (86))
  • updated Resources, Calendar, Messages, Reports, added new Calendar feed on the RSS page (87) (full list of updates and improvements can be viewed on the Changelog page (88)

Credits/special thanks to:

  • everyone that reported broken links, suggested edits, sent anonymous tips and shared my reports
  • gnuteardrops from Monero.Graphics for the amazing art
  • all MO loyal readers and contributors

That’s it for the 7th edition of Monero Observer Blitz.

Previous editions can be found on the /tag/blitz page.

Let me know if this was helpful, thanks for reading!

escapethe3RA

PS: Monero Observer is fully funded by you: anons, cypherpunks, freedom lovers. No sponsors, no conflicts of interest. Support my MO Spring 2022 CCS proposal. I am grateful for your contributions.

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