Thank you all for keeping in touch with Taraxa’s progress! Here are some highlights of the month while we’re working hard through Thanksgiving!
- Co-hosted a Practical Blockchain meetup during SF Blockchain Week, along with Algorand and Celer
- Taraxa participated in a panel discussion during the Connected Contract Meetup with Chainlink, Conflux, Lino Network, MakerDAO, and MyKey
- Taraxa visited Conflux’s office in Beijing and had engaging technical discussions about our respective blockchain designs
- Participated in a panel co-hosted by Chainlink, Conflux, and Lino Network to discuss how to effectively use blockchain with data of all kinds, including oracles
- Released an updated whitepaper on Github, including preliminary economics and governance models
The meetup was well-attended by a wide variety of IoT as well as blockchain technology enthusiasts and startups, it was great to meet everyone!
Connected Contract Meetup in China
Taraxa is honored to have been invited by Chainlink to its meetup in China’s Wuzhen World Blockchain Conference, sharing the stage with Conflux, Lino Network, MakerDAO, and MyKey. Taraxa shared its IoT use cases in Japan which connect data from the real world to help reinforce trust in business models.
Both Taraxa and Conflu’s xunderlying blockchain topologies were inspired by the same set of papers written by Zohar and Sompolinsky: GHOST, Spectre, and Phantom. We hope to continue our technical exchange going forward!
Whitepaper on Github, Economics, Governance
Taraxa has released its whitepaper onto Github to make it easier for our team and community to collaborate. We have also added in preliminary versions of our economics and governance designs. Here are the links,
We welcome your feedback and constructive criticism!
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