This Week in Hathor 1
Hello and welcome to the first issue of This Week in Hathor! Hathor is a new architecture for tokenization, radically simple. This is a weekly summary of its progress and community. Want something mentioned? Send us a pull request. Want to get involved? We love contributions.
This Week in Hathor is openly developed on GitHub. If you find any errors in this week’s issue, please submit a PR. This Week in Hathor is inspired by This Week in Rust, if you have any suggestions on how we could improve we’d love to hear them.
News & Blog Posts
- Celebrating 3 months of Hathor’s mainnet
- Quick guide on mining Hathor
- On cryptocurrencies scalability and decentralization
- Support for multiple wallets in hathor-wallet-headless
Call for Participation
Always wanted to contribute to open-source projects but didn’t know where to start? We have selected issues that should be easier for newcomers.
This week there are 2 of such issues:
- hathor-wallet: Wallet initial size can cut off some elements
- hathor-core: There is no warning/debug log when a peer is rejected
Updates from Hathor projects
13 pull requests were merged last week
- feat(mergedmining): HTTP/WS status API
- feat(mergedmining): asyncio stratum with diff estimator and more
- feat(mergedmining): new mining APIs and HTR+BTC payout addrs from login
- feat: search address resources
- fix: adding a lock when accessing weakref to prevent the creation of two…
- refactor: get tx weight parameters from settings file