According to the mission of this website, we have to provide our users with all specific information about Monero. This is exactly the reason why we put this extra page, which is about to reflect all past and current activities taken by core developers of Monero. These activities are usually represented in a form of weekly articles and called “missives”.
You may learn all Monero missives in chronological sequence below.
Here’s a brief text by Monero developers concerning last week improvements:
A brief summary of the points discussed follows, a full transcription of the podcast is outstanding (can be submitted via Github Issues).
In this week’s podcast […]
State of Monero: 2014
As an open-source project, Monero is built on the back of volunteers, contributors, and donations. So let’s start with a financial report.
For donations received over the year: Monero Core Team received 21 […]
We’re aware of the 0.8.8.6 slow startup issues on some Windows environments (over an hour for the daemon to startup for some people). We believe we’ve identified the problem, and will be rolling out […]
Hello, and welcome to our twentieth Monero Monday Missive! We’re combining last week’s one with this week’s, as last week’s Missive was pulled down shortly after being put up due to breaking issues in the […]
Hello, and welcome to our nineteenth Monero Monday Missive!
It is with great pride that we announce the very first Monero hosted account service (a web wallet for Monero, if you will), which we are […]
Hello, and welcome to our eighteenth Monero Monday Missive!
We still have ongoing Windows static build issues, which is preventing us from tagging and releasing Monero 0.8.8.5. It is our highest item of priority at […]