Ikigai released an extensive Executive Summary of Amoveo titled Amoveo: Peer-to-Peer Synthetic Derivatives. Read it here.
Moscow Amoveo Community announced the first Amoveo meetup to be held in Russia’s capital on May 17th, 2019. RSVP here.
There were some updates to the website that displays p2p derivatives, the information is better presented and the website has links to better instructions now. Check it out here.
Zack Hess wrote code which will enable a completely different way of storing blocks. The syncing library will be re-written to be optimised for the new database before it will get activated. This will significantly reduce storage requirement on the hard drive and bandwidth to sync the blocks.
Zack Hess finished programming hard update #17. The community is now going through a political process of getting the mining pools to agree to the update. Check out the update here.
There are 13 open issues in the Amoveo depo.
There were 24 commits created in 3 repositories.
A new blog post by members of the Moscow Amoveo community was released. It describes their upcoming meetup, goals that they’re trying to achieve and how they are using Amoveo to fund it. Read it here.
Zack Hess and Alexey Kanakhin made some documentation for how a block is transformed into the data that miners do Proof-of-Work on. Read it here.
There is a new mining pool called Lolopool. Check it out here.
Find the weekly hashrate graph courtesy of Sy below:
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