Hashing It Out #95-Cartesi Augusto Texeria Erick De Moura


Build scalable DApps using a fully-fledged Linux operating system and mainstream software stacks. Run complex computations off-chain, free from blockchain limitations and fees, while retaining decentralization and security. DApps with Cartesi are easier to build, scalable and more powerful..

Links: Cartesi

Sponsor Links: Avalanche and Panvala GitCoin Grant

Panvala Gitcoin Grant

HIO Panvala Tweet

HIO Panvala Community Grant

As per current prices, we made about 6200 from Gitcoin grants.

Now its about figuring out how to allocate it to the community
based "on ETHsecurity input"

Multisig Address

  • Corey - corpetty.eth (0xe027688a57c4A6Fb2708343cF330aaeB8fe594bb)
  • John - maurelian.eth (0x0Bf4C238a25b66cd869331a692dFD0322708D7fB)
  • Dean - 0x42D30BB3bf2da85dB054214Bfb4113c9a4D5A945

Gnosis Safe
- deploy txn

 ## Gitcoin Grants results
| Coin amount | USD | matching |
| ----- | ------------ | -------- | -------- |
| DAI | 157.76934383 | 158.92 | ?? |
| CLR7 | 148.26934383 | ?? | ?? |
| PAN | 7,809.855 | 418.74 | ?? |
| PAN matched | 51502.24 5693.73 | 5.88x |
| --- | --- | --- | --- |
| Total | --- | 6,270.83 | ??? |


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Episode 27 · 2 years ago

Hashing It Out #27: Radical Markets - Dr. E. Glen Weyl

Blockchain hipsters, we have a treat: Dr. Weyl, co-author of Radical Markets. His book quickly became a popular with us in decentralization. The book proposes new ways to create marketplaces to provide better opportunities for optimal redistribution of resources. This has especially strong implications for those designing decentralized systems and applications. We talk with him about his book, the motivations behind radical markets, and potential futures involving his schemes.

Links http://radicalmarkets.com/ http://glenweyl.com/

Episode 26 · 2 years ago

Hashing It Out #26: NuFHE - Michael Egorov and John "Tux" Pacific

Great Caesar's Ghost! NuCypher has demo'd a practical fully-homomorphic encryption (FHE) scheme that leverages an Ethereum smart contract for a proof mechanism. We get to go over FHE: what it is, how it works, how it commits to the blockchain, scaling issues, and the future of encrypted computation. This will enable new privacy mechanisms on layer 2 solutions which interface with the blockchain cheaply and efficiently. Very big stuff for anyone trying to use blockchain as a resolution mechanism but wants to hide their business rules in the process!

Links https://blog.nucypher.com/releasing-nufhe-library-b5f9345dc1fbhttps://github.com/nucypher/nufhe

Episode 25 · 2 years ago

Hashing It Out #25: Embark Framework - Iuri Matias

Today we have the pleasure of interviewing Iuri Matias of Embark Framework. Embark is a decentralized application framework that abstracts away the implementation details of specific technologies, allowing dapp developers to focus on what really matters, the experience. We talk about the features of Embark, the design decisions of the framework, and how Embark will integrate new technologies into their systems as they develop.

Links: - embark.status.im - twitter.com/iurimatias

Episode 24 · 2 years ago

Hashing It Out #24: Loki Network - Simon Harman & Kee Jefferys

Anonymity is dead... or so you thought. Marrying the technologies behind onion routing and Monero, the Loki network enables a private cryptocurrency and messaging service that hides information down to the network layer. This fascinating approach scales its privacy mechanism in the same way that Tor does and incentives those who run Loki service nodes through their Proof of Service mechanism. Tools like this keep your transactions and traffic private from any spying eyes and makes it increasingly difficult to leverage your network data as a means to track your activity.