RCast 32: TOGL (Theory of Graphs Language)

Greg Meredith discusses his notion of TOGL (Theory of Graph Languages) with Isaac DeFrain and Christian Williams.

RCast 31: Rholang v1.1

The evolution of Rholang.

RCast 30: Reaction Rates in Rho-calculus

Greg Meredith and Isaac DeFrain discuss reaction rates as it pertains to RChain, Rholang, and Rho-calculus.

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The evolution of Rholang


Reaction rates as it pertains to RChain, Rholang, and Rho-calculus. 


Understanding the underlying architecture of RChain.

Become a validator and acquire RHOC for staking

These RHOC will be sold at a discount from the spot price* as part of validator agreements. The discount is to attract early validators to the network. Typically, networks create new tokens as a reward for validating or mining transactions.

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).

RChain Debrief 90: RCON3 program released

There's been a continued increase in attendance at the Tuesday node testing session, with thoughts on getting the sessions recorded and published. The technical team is moving forward finalizing Node 0.6 for release, focusing on stability, robustness and performance of the system.

RChain Asia: China

The RChain Cooperative values individual empowerment and community-driven development as vital for the project’s goals to enhance coordination on a global scale. RChain Asia is a prime example of these principles catching on across the Pacific.

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.

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