Discover the Rchain Cooperative
A COMM event is a delivery of a message from one process to another process. It's the most fundamental operation that Rholang does...Contracts are processes that stick around and receive arbitrarily many messages. You can declare or deploy messages sent on one of these channels where there's a contract listening on the other end. When you do a deployment of a message to a particular channel and there's something listening there, it puts both of them together and then continues executing. This idea of taking a listener and the sender and joining them together, that is a COMM event.
We speak with two of the leading software engineers working on the CBC Casper framework and its implementation in RChain, Michael Birch and Kent Shikama. In this conversation at RCon3, we discuss everything from blockDAGs to the GHOST fork-choice rule. Below, we give an overview of the topics covered.
This RCon3 session features Luigi D’Onorio DeMeo, co-founder of Proof Media. Proof organizes a “wise crowd” to answer questions. Their goal is to identify truth in journalism from a large, well-incentivized community. To do this, they need a tokenized system and a scalable blockchain.
Journalism lacks the kind of mechanisms to filter through content that music and art do. For journalism, there are only fact-checking services that don’t scale.
In this talk from RCon3, lifeID founder Chris Boscolo discussed the problems with how personal identity data is handled today, the benefits of a self-sovereign identity solution for users and businesses, and the use of RChain for scalability and platform governance.
In this episode of Spotlight, we caught up with Farhan Javed, Co-Founder, Inkrypt at RCon3 in Berlin. Inkrypt is building a censorship-resistant, decentralized journalism and media content hosting platform that ensures content authenticity and resilience.
This talk from RCon3 covers RChain’s use of the CBC Casper framework and the proof of stake protocol built on Casper. The video includes images and explanations of a blockDAG and what equivocation looks like.
Hear about a vision for a voice-controlled future, loans accessible to all trustlessly, patterns for decentralized organization, and running an RChain validator node in a shipping container.
What is it that gets us out of bed in the morning? What do we wake up in the middle of the night contemplating? What drives us to work in the blockchain space: the problems we want to solve, the issues we want to address, the lives we want to change? What's your must? We'd love to know.