Unfortunately, not off the top of my head, but I can ask around. While I know a lot of blockchain/DLT devs, they aren’t necessarily smart contract developers. Moreover, the devs I know that are into smart contracts and/or homomorphic encryption don’t tend to be that enamored with DLT—especially if it’s permission-less.
There are a few devs I know in Belfast that have been experimenting with smart contracts and homomorphic encryption, but they’re more into “enterprise-grade” DLT (e.g. Hyperledger, Corda, etc.)…
I’ll do some digging, and see what I find.
These kids are coming home
Do we have any estimates on when the network launches? (Patient waiter since 2014)
A butterfly labs 2 weeks.
raises hand - I have a little experience in blockchain contract development. I wanted to get the basics right before jumping in - keen to collaborate
Pre-release port whitelisting/blacklisting for Linux/Windows plus a paid for Tor/VPN like thingy on top.
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The USA, and by extension the world, is neck deep in stupid.
Well the capitalists are, anyway…
The Russian SAFE site is complete!
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Great project of our friend
Hi all! This month, we started a new project to create a modern, modular debugger library for Rust, Headcrab. Some of the high-level goals and reasons for starting from scratch were outlined in my blog post, "The Soul of a New Debugger", but here's...
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Valuable insight for decentralised projects. This is very relevant for moving decentralised services into mainstream.
Things like trust and curation can scale because of this, and this can replace the broken, centralised platforms which are too large to manage.
In the forum we have about 6500 registered users (inactive ones are constantly deleted by the forum software).
We also have 45 people level 3. These are the people who are most active and create the most content. Ie about 0.7% support community-wide content
This means that if all 6500 users of the forum start Vaults we will be able to support 500 000 users!