Weekly Dev Update #9
Some big things on the horizon for Loki, and a new dev update so we keep the community in the loop!
Updated wallet to support staking transactions where the unlock time does not apply to the change address.
Extensive testing of Service Nodes has begun.
Use of boost::round and other math libraries used for consensus code.
Pooled registration contributions.
QCop has been merged into the development branch for sending out deregistrations
Add RPC calls for generating the service node registration command for participants
LLARP / Lokinet
If you’re lucky and join our Discord, you might catch Jeff or Ryan, the developers of LLARP, live streaming as they code.
We want to give a special shout out to Despair, an open source contributor who has started porting Lokinet over to Windows (and improve BSD support).
Progress continues on Libllarp
GitHub Pulse Stats for the last week: Excluding merges, 4 authors have pushed 50 commits to master and 47 commits to all branches. On master, 100 files have changed and there have been 5,120 additions and 1,116 deletions.
Most changes can be found at
Current version: v0.0.2
Compile helper (include assets and dependencies)
Loki Locker will be Loki’s version of MyMonero. A web based wallet you can use to store your Loki. Work has kicked off as a fork of OpenMonero. This should be ready for release quite soon, giving the community another way to store their Loki.
Work has continued on the visual redesign of Open Monero you can see a teaser of the visual design here.
Worked on Integrated QR code scanning, and a new interface for transactions.
We also just got our third pull request merged back into Monero, and we’re aiming for our fourth to be IPV6 support to be PR’ed soon.
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