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Discover the Rchain Cooperative

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Discover the RChain Cooperative

Computational calculi primer Part 2: π-calculus

Pi-Calc is a model of concurrent computation, or more specifically, a process calculus based upon a notion of naming. In a process calculus, we represent interactions between independent agents or processes as message-passing, as opposed to modifications of shared variables (as in λ-calculus).

Start coding in Rholang today!

If you've actually tried to code in Rholang, you may have noticed the reference material is sparse. That doesn’t mean it’s difficult, and you don’t have to wait to begin learning how to program for this new blockchain.

Running RNode on Amazon AWS (EC2)

This is a step by step guide to run RNode on Amazon Web Services. Setting up RNode on a VPS or a cloud service based virtual computer like the Amazon EC2 is desirable for users who are not able to set port forwarding or UPNP due to various network setups or for users who might want to run RNode for long periods

Introduction to rho calculus

This post is to help everyone get a basic understanding of Reflective Higher-Order Calculus (rho-calc), and understand why RChain uses this calculus model to build and solve blockchain scalability and security.

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