0:08:34 – Bill question
0:17:54 – Greg talks about the engagement with GSI, and the use of hardware for RChain
0:20:06 – Bill question – performance increase? Answer: 100 – 1000 x improvement.
0:21:54 – Greg: If you want your software architecture to be competitive in the next 20 years, your software architecture has to eat physical threads and turn them into performance. It’s that simple. If your software architecture does not benefit from more physical threads, you are out of the game. This is why all of the other blockchain architectures that I have looked at with the exception of RChain are just toast. RChain was designed precisely with this trend in mind.
0:24:40 – Nora – If it’s so obvious then why didn’t the other projects do the right thing?
0:24:49 – Greg – good question. I think the answer is largely sociological.
0:37:34 – Greg – Board meeting update.
0:38:21 – Steve H – multisig task force
0:39:53 – Greg asks Raphael about third party security audits.
0:43:20 – Community Week in Review