Issue 14: June 20-27, 2019
Revuo Monero Weekly: Week of June 20 - June 27, 2019.
Table of Contents:
- Recent News
- Upcoming Events
- CCS Proposal Ideas
- CCS Proposals Need Funding
- Price & Blockchain Stats
- Monero-Accepting FOSS of the Week
- Volunteer Opportunities
|Monero Konferenco 2019 Recap|
All of Monero Konferenco’s talks were livestreamed and recorded. They are available at the Monero Konferenco 2019 playlist on YouTube.
Monero Talk interviewed many Konferenco speakers and attendees. Watch all the interviews on their playlist on YouTube.
Cryptwerk made available a Monero mass adoption map.
June 29, 2019 (Saturday) – 16:00 UTC
Monero Coffee Chat - watch online here
June 29, 2019 (Saturday) – 17:00 UTC
DefCon27 Workgroup Meeting
June 30, 2019 (Sunday) – 17:00 UTC
July 1, 2019 (Monday) – 17:00 UTC
Research Lab Meeting
July 2, 2019 (Tuesday) – 17:00 UTC
Monero GUI Meeting
July 4, 2019 (Thursday) – 17:00 UTC
Tini2p Dev Meeting
July 6, 2019 (Saturday) – 17:00 UTC
Community Workgroup Meeting
CCS Proposal Ideas
Below you can find recent CCS proposal ideas open for discussion.
CCS Proposals Need Funding
None. All funded! But keep a look out for proposals in the future, or donate to the General Fund (donation address at the bottom of the Revuo).
Price & Blockchain Stats
Block height: 1866234
Median block size: 292.97 kB
Hash rate: 289.204 MH/s
Average Tx per block: 12.21
Weekly Moving Average Tx per day: 8634
Block reward: 2.63 XMR
Data taken on June 27, 2019
Hashrate Pool Distribution
Price & Performance
Localmonero.co Street Price: $91.14
Monero (XMR) Price
Data taken on June 27, 2019
XMR Price Graph for June 21 - June 27, 2019
Monero-Accepting FOSS of the Week
Decentraleyes protects you against tracking through “free”, centralized, content delivery. It prevents a lot of requests from reaching networks like Google Hosted Libraries, and serves local files to keep sites from breaking. Complements regular content blockers.
Check back next week for another organization or project that accepts Monero for their goods and services.
If you want to get involved in making Monero better, but aren’t sure how, check out the volunteer opportunities below.
Download I2P Zero for your machine, follow the direction in the README, and report any issues to the Issue tracker on GitHub, or IRC channel #i2p-zero.
Anyone with moderate technical ability is encouraged to try to build and run Monero nightlies. Do not trust it with your Monero, but feel free to open an Issue on Github as problems arise. Instructions to build on your OS of choice can be found on GitHub.
If you enjoy this publication and want to support it, we encourage you to donate to the Monero General Fund, using the following address:
Comments, criticism, complaints or corrections? Please contact rehrar at rehrar at tuta.io. Say rehrar sent you.