Developer

Discover the Rchain Cooperative

Developer

Discover the RChain Cooperative

RChain Spotlight: Inblock.io

In this episode, we sit down with the founders of Inblock.io, Tim Bansemer and Philipp Strauch. During our conversation at RCon3 we discussed a myriad of topics, from scaling social trust to reinventing governance and reorganizing society and the economy.

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Blockchain basics: Blockchain accounting

With blockchain, there is no need for a centralized source. Computers are connected to a network that provides all accounting for everyone on the chain. If one computer fails, the others serve as backups. All computers connected to the network aid in the development of a communal public-facing ledger. If one fails, the others pick up the slack. Instead of double-entry bookkeeping, blockchain is just X-entry bookkeeping, where X equals the numbers of nodes on the chain.

How Rholang relieves the burden of a syntax-semantics gap in programming

In an interview with Epicenter, Greg Meredith and Nash Foster broke down one of the key things that makes Rholang unique where other languages are lacking due to what can be called a syntax-semantics gap. Nash explained that the simplicity of some languages is deceptive. “You can stand something up and it will sort of work, but you’re going to have a lot of bugs because you don't really understand what you’re doing. The model of computation is too confusing.

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