ETC Weekly Newsletter: Dev Updates + New Discussions
March 8, 2017
Links To Our Community
ETC Development Report
ETCDev Team: Weekly Report
- (Geth) migrate from private Teamcity CI to public builds
- Windows builds and tests with Appveyor (turns out there’re some issues with windows)
- automatic uploads to Bintray
- (Geth) Migrate chain config
- (Geth) logging normalization
- (Geth) JIT VM dropped (we’re working on replacement VM)
- (Geth) improved metrics stat
- (Emerald Wallet) Initial code for backend, rust based
IOHK’s Grothendieck Team Report
- Recording of the Grothendieck Team meeting from March 7th, 2017.
The other stories featured in this newsletter are listed below:
- Grayscale confirms future launch of ETC trust.
- Article from Coindesk.
- Article from BTCmanager.com
- Sprites: Payment Channels that Go Faster than Lightning?
- Article from Cryptom
- Our New Linear Time PVSS Scheme
- Some Thoughts Towards an Ontology for Smart Contracts
- Provably secure hybrid PoW/PoS Algo
- Check out ETC.today!
- Let’s talk ETC! Tuesdays at 7:30pm EST.
- ETC Monetary Policy
- ETC looking for Rust and JS developers.
- Call To Action : Help with ETC Wikipedia page.
- Community metrics detailed at the bottom of this newsletter.
Also, now that monetary policy discussion has come to a close I would like to announce some ideas for more organized discussion on the following topics
- Marketing Mondays: Marketing centric discussion and ideas.
- Funding talk Tuesdays: Funding centric debate and discussion.
- Dapper devs Wednesdays: Dapp and development centric discussion.
- Think about it Thursdays: How can we accomplish what was discussed during the week.
- Free for all Fridays: Brainstorm/community questions/discussion open to anything.
Grayscale ETC Trust
Grayscale confirms the future launch of an ETC trust.
Article from Coindesk
“Beyond immutability: Ethereum Classic…”
Article from BTCmanager.com
“Ethereum Classic integrates deflationary monetary policy.”
Paper from cornell on Sprites
“Sprites: Payment Channels that Go Faster than Lightning.”
Article from Cryptom.
“A new era of blockchain immutability towards a new understanding.”
Paper on PVSS schemes.
“Our New Linear Time PVSS Scheme.”
Blog post from Charles Hoskinson on smart contracts.
“Some Thoughts Towards an Ontology for Smart Contracts.”
Paper released detailing a hybrid PoW/PoS algorithm.
TwinCoins: A Provably secure hybrid PoW/PoS Algo.
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Let’s talk ETC! Tuesdays at 7:30pm EST.
Every Tuesday at 7:30pm EST, we will be discussing what’s going on in the ETC community and beyond. The next show will feature a researcher from the treasury proposal first draft that was released by IOHK recently. A link to the channel will be posted below, if you have ideas or questions please let us know. Thank you for subscribing to our latest updates and announcements!
Ethereum Classic is looking for Rust & JS developers.
Igor aka Splix is looking for talented Rust and JS developers. Full time, remote. Experienced developers, which can lead projects, make architectural decisions and help other team members to do their job. Self motivated and able to work in a distributed team on Open Source software together with the community.
“Call To Action” still in effect. Looking for community contributions for the ETC Wikipedia page.
Reddit user “bitp” has brought it to the communities attention that the “Ethereum Classic” Wikipedia link currently redirects to “Ethereum”. ETC community member /u/FaceDeer was previously a Wikipedia editor and has provided some insight on what should be done moving forward. One of his recommendations is that we start the process by adding to the Ethereum Classic section that is currently on the Ethereum Wikipedia page. ETC can then be given its own page after volunteers have submitted enough info. Please see his full post in the reddit thread linked below.
- Twitter - 32.7K followers.
- Reddit /r/EthereumClassic - 3,101 subscribers.
- Slack - 1,893 users.
- WeChat - 490 users.
- Miners - 1054.26 Total GH/s
Top 5 miners by average hashrate from the previous 7 days.
- EtherMine 270.83 GH/s
- NanoPool 137.48 GH/s
- F2Pool 98.68 GH/s
- NinjaPool.jp 23.79 GH/s
- MiningPoolHub 15.00 GH/s