This week’s newsletter warns users of Bitcoin Knots about a release signing key compromise, announces the release of two software forks of Bitcoin Core, and summarizes continued discussion about replace-by-fee policies. Also included are our regular sections with the announcements of new software releases and release candidates, plus descriptions of notable changes to popular Bitcoin infrastructure software.
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The seed funding will support the launch of OCEAN Pool - a non-custodial Bitcoin mining pool where miners are paid directly by the Bitcoin network. The pool also offers complete transparency into its operations, particularly in the areas of block template creation and reward distribution.
"We petition Zeus to move to a more responsible node implementation like LDK unless their plan is to add shitcoins or break LN further," states a message by Mutiny.
"Today, we share a bittersweet update. After a bold journey, Kollider is shutting down. Our mission to innovate derivatives trading through the Bitcoin Lightning Network concludes, effective immediately."
Mullvad completed migration to RAM-only VPN infrastructure, and also announced a new partnership with Tailscale.