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

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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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