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Episode 54 · 1 year ago
Episode 53 · 1 year ago
Dan Guido, CEO of Trail of Bits, comes on the air with us to talk about how tooling is evolving in smart contract security, the landscape of security auditing today, and we have the opportunity to congratulate him on being named a leader in Forrester Research's Midsize Cybersecurity Consulting Services, Q2 2019 report. We go over advancements in fuzzing, static analysis, formal verification, and some interesting and unexpected problems found in smart contracts.
- Forrester Wave Blogpost
- What blockchain got right - slides
- Zeppelin forum for DSChief bug
- Anatomy of unsafe smart contracts
- Trail of Bits Twitter
Episode 52 · 1 year ago
Blockstack is releasing their decentralized computing platform next year, and we have Aaron Blankstein on to talk about their whitepaper and what it means for decentralized applications in the future. Using their identity management system, Blockstack ID, their file storage system, Gaia, and their formally verifiable and non-Turing Complete smart contract language, Clarity, Blockstack will make it easier to build dapps on the Bitcoin network.
Episode 51 · 1 year ago
Today's episode Corey and Collin bring on Andrew Poelstra, a mathematician and Director of Research at Blockstream. The guys dive straight into ECDSA vs Schnorr signatures, its history, and their future in crypto systems. They talk about Mimble Wimble, and how it bled into upcoming massive improvements of the Bitcoin protocol. Lots of great stuff to sink your teeth into this episode so we go a bit longer than usual. Enjoy the show!