And you thought we were done…
This week we are showing our appreciation for open source projects by giving away free .trtl domains from dns.turtlecoin.lol
This week we stress tested the servers at Netflix from our couch-offices while we tried our best not to breath.
This week we are celebrating the conclusion of the annual TurtleCoin Crypto Hackathon @ crypto-hackathon.com
A while back we used to do an interview series called Under The Shell. This was a series of interviews done by an actual journalist, Gigantomachia, who would pull aside members of the community for an article, and when it was over the person being interviewed would pick another member to be next. The series was great, but sometimes life gets in the way, and this interview with SoreGums sat on the shelf for a few months.
Some time ago we began a series of interviews with pool owners who operated mining pools with unique flair about them, or who had ventured off the beaten path in what they offer their miners. The goal was to help decentralize the network’s mining power, which we actually accomplished. We still want to interview our service operators though, both because it’s fun and it helps you guys get to know those in your local community.
This is a guide for all of those who’ve suddenly found themselves read-only in our chat with an #exile role applied to their account. This is a welcome-guide of sorts, and an explainer for the TurtleCoin Judiciary Appeals Process.
We have officially mined block 1 Million! We threw a hell of a party, rained oodles of TRTL to happy party goers, and had plenty of pepperoni stuffed crust to whether the storm! In this issue we tell you about the work that went in to making this week one of our most productive yet!
Folks, an unfortunate consequence of running a really great pool is that you attract more miners. Unfortunately for one pool, they’ve far exceeded a share of the network than what is healthy for all of us, so I’m asking you today to move.
A lot of people ask us about ways to make some extra TRTL on the side without fancy mining hardware or waiting for tips or bounties. We have your answer now, and we think you’re going to like how easy it is!
This week we got listed on SimpleSwap and CryptoChartIndex and got our integration with Bisq DEX approved!
This week we got listed on CoinMarketCap, grew by 400 users, and competed in our first annual snail race!
This week we reached #27 on CoinGecko Developer Score, polished our golang skills, and compiled almost completely on Raspberry Pi!
This week we became more than a meme coin, went live with a new algorithm, got a step closer to compiling on Raspberry Pi and hung out with podcast celebs :)
We are moving to static mixins, and we want to talk to you about what those words mean and why that’s important for your privacy.
This week we opened our school of shitcoin artistry, added about 10 devs to the fold, and forgot to write about it until Monday. Hard work over here, folks. Don’t get none on ya! Check it out!
This week we learned how to talk trash one pixel at a time, started building dapps, got drunk and forgot to write the Roundup, and more!
This week we got a crowdfunding platform, a cooler block explorer, a block bot monitor, and successfully used @here twice without losing a single user!
This week we added a new core contributor, deployed a new and improved block explorer, announced a new CLI wallet, made yet another web wallet, ripped out some code and stuff we probably shouldn’t be touching, and more…
Some of you may have noticed in the last few releases that Simplewallet has been looking a bit more polished. In fact, what you may not have noticed is the old Simplewallet is gone, and we’ve all been using the new Zedwallet since v0.4.2.
To celebrate block 500k the RainBorg was very generous. We recived tips every couple of minutes. Turtles danced in the rain. Congrats to the Turtlecoin community for 500 thousand blocks of fun.
This week we grew to over 11,000 Turtles, passed 1 million in tips on Canti’s new RainBorg, and more!
Somewhere in this pic, CrappyRules is propositioning a stranger for who knows what.
This week we commandeered a crypto conference, released two web wallets into beta, rubbed elbows with rappers, explored MUDdy text-based dungeons, and won the Crypto Influence Award for Best Community of 2018. We are just getting started.
There is still 2 hours left to vote! Watch the LIVE Stream to see the results!
This week TurtleCoin turns 6 months old, our chat reached 10,534 Turtles, and our Facebook has almost 10,000! Join us on Discord @ chat.turtlecoin.lol
In this episode, Zpalmtree crashes half the network and we all try to keep eating like everything’s fine…
The TurtleCoin Discord chat grew to 10,300 members this week! Join us at chat.turtlecoin.lol
Giordano’s Chicago Style Deep Dish Pizza
The chat grew to 9,102 Turtles this week! Great job guys!
The chat grew to 8,902 Turtles this week!
ASICs are on the way; what does this mean for the TurtleCoin Network?
The chat grew to 8,467 Turtles this week!
The chat grew from 4736 to 6945 turtles this week!
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.
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.