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Loki provides transparency with it’s development through having an open source development system and weekly developer updates about their progress.


Weekly Dev Update #20

Hey Y’all, Lots of hiring this week! We have brought on two new members who will be joining us in the coming weeks – I will introduce them once they complete their first pull requests. Daemon Fix Monero bug using receive time to subtract m_txpool_weight which causes overflow ( Updated repository to include latest fixes …

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Weekly Dev Update #19

Hey Y’all, Things are moving along at a fast pace as we hire more developers. Service Nodes The first natural Service Node deregistration will be processed in the coming days. We have written a guide on some of the considerations users should make, here: TLDR: Be very careful if you are using autostake in an open …

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Weekly Dev Update #18

Hey Y’all, Lots of code going in this week, with some big design decisions especially around Swarms and Loki Messenger. There was also a new release of the the Loki CLI wallet and daemon, which all Service Node operators should update to. The release does not include consensus changes but does change how autostaking works, …

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Weekly Dev Update #17

Hey Y’all, Another weekly Dev Update for everyone. Service Nodes Added preventative measures to make Service Node staking more robust 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: , Progress continues on libllarp Optimise the router’s inbound …

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Weekly Dev Update #16

Hey Y’all, The dev team had an interesting week, which was primarily spent responding to bugs in the Loki core implementation. Lokinet developers have been working super hard and are getting close to something that is usable by the end user. *** Releases This week we published a minor release which can be found here: This …

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Weekly Dev Update #15

Hey Y’all, Last week was our biggest release week so far- SERVICE NODES ARE NOW LIVE! Service Nodes Service nodes are now released! At time time of publishing this, there are 84 Service Nodes now running ( There have also been a number of pooled Service Nodes, and some even waiting for contributions. Continue merging upstream Monero changes to …

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Weekly Dev Update #14

Hey Y’all, Last update before mainnet Service Node launch! It’s getting close now, so make sure you’re ready for when we fork on September 20th at block 101250. Service Nodes Final Service Node release is out, it can be downloaded here. All exchanges, as well as most of the major pools, have now updated. Continue merging upstream …

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Weekly Dev Update #13

Hey Y’all, Another weekly Dev Update for you to peruse. Service Nodes Over the weekend we will draft the final binaries for Service Nodes; this will include a hard fork height of (101250) ~September 20th. Thus we will begin the mandatory upgrade period for all Service Nodes. Be on the lookout for posts in the …

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Weekly Dev Update #12

Hey Everyone, We keep chugging forward with testnet this week, Lokinet is developing some more user friendly features, and a couple of developers are in Europe traveling for conferences so we have a smaller dev update this week. Service Nodes Print_sr command is available for users to query the staking requirement at arbitrary heights. Several …

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Weekly Dev Update #11

Testing, testing, testing! A Weekly Dev Update full of testing for y’all this week.Service Nodes Fix consensus issues regarding deregistrations in the transaction pool causing chain splits. Prioritise deregistrations when selecting TX’s from the pool. Add print_sn_status convenience command to directly display the running service nodes’ current state on the network. @Kingsley contributed a fix …

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