iExec Demonstrates TCF Confidential Computing Application at Devcon5 with EEA, Intel, Consensys & Microsoft

Wassim Bendella
Oct 7, 2019 · 3 min read

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Trusted Computing Framework: Building the Next Wave of Confidential Applications

Early blockchains delivered computational trust via massive replication but had imperfect privacy and confidentiality. By adding trusted off-chain execution to a blockchain, the performance in these areas can be improved.

Live recording of the announcement presentation at Devcon5

A Unique Workshop During Devcon5: A Reward Token Compliant with the EEA Trusted Compute Specification

To prove that these specs have moved from paper exercises to implementation, five EEA members — ConsenSys (Pegasys and Kaleido), Envision Blockchain, iExec, Intel, and Microsoft — have joined forces to build a working prototype application that complies with EEA Trusted Compute Specification.

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Wassim Bendella

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Wassim Bendella is a business developer at iExec, a blockchain startup decentralizing the cloud market (previously at Shell and Cointelegraph).

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