The TCE laboratory was officially disintegrated and divided into TCE and TCP laboratories

In April 2017, the TCE laboratory established by the former core members of Ethereum was officially disintegrated and split into the TCE laboratory and the TCP laboratory. It is worth mentioning that the research directions of the two parties are very different. The TCE laboratory still specializes in ETH, while the major research for TCP Lab is the trust computing of DOT.

The ETH and Polkadot is substantially different, and Ethereum is a single chain that allows developers to extend their functions to deploy code (called smart contracts) on the chain. Polkadot, aiming to be able to easily integrate new blockchain, high-frequency trading chains and even alliance chains, is an experimental platform for fully scalable, scalable block-chain development, deployment, and interactive testing.

As a matter of fact, the abstraction layer between these two projects is quite different for developers. In Ethereum, developers write code and deploy it in an environment allowing everyone to join in. In this kind of environment, smart contracts can seamlessly interact with other smart contracts. This is not the case with Polkadot whose current development method of Polkadot is to adopt Substrate runtime modules, which are just Wasm blobs and determine the logic of the State Transition Function (STF) of the entire chain.

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Trusted computing plans to build a trusted computing network and become one of the infrastructure constructions in the WEB3.0 era.

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Trusted computing

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Trusted computing plans to build a trusted computing network and become one of the infrastructure constructions in the WEB3.0 era.

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