Welcome to the second installment of Out of the Shell, a series of interviews with the developers, designers, and doers behind TurtleCoin. This is @gigantomachia and I’ll be your host.
… and Die Like The Rest.
A critical security issue was discovered by Turtlecoin developers and subsequently patched. Other Cryptonote forks and, possibly, other coins are vulnerable as well.
Welcome to Out of the Shell, a series of interviews with the developers, designers, and doers behind TurtleCoin. This is @gigantomachia and I’ll be your host.
The chat grew from 4736 to 6032 turtles this week!
This is a chat snippet between TurtleCoin Developer Bebop and Atakor, from a time when Atakor asked about how blocks are formed. Bebop gave a great description, and recently Hai brought it to my attention that it never got posted. I felt it was best to leave it raw and unedited, so excuse any LOL’s or spelling mistakes please. Thanks Hai for bringing this to my attention.
The chat grew from 2736 to 4736 turtles this week! Turtle-devs consumed 14.3 gallons of Red Bull while submitting updates for everything they’d ever touched, it seems. The dev team has grown by a factor of three, and we got a lot of good feedback after the success of the update article last week, so here’s another status check!
The chat grew from ~600 to over 2736 turtles this week . Morale has been at an all time high, as well as our ticker value, and even our brawlers have stopped arguing about the practicality of tuples in C# code. All around it has been insanely productive, and you all owe yourself a pat on the back and something bubbly.
To put it in simple terms, there’s an issue we’re running across out in the wild and figured it would be best to get ahead of it and keep the community aware of what is going on, and a possible solution while we address the issue.
Out of everything we get asked the most, and probably the biggest criticism, we, as a project, receive, is..