Welcome to the #5 edition of Rust in Blockchain, the hypest newsletter about the hypest combination of technologies. Previous: #4.
The highlight this month was San Francisco Blockchain Week. This was a huge series of events, with representation from a number of Rust blockchain projects. Several projects, Interledger, Near, Nervos, Oasis, and Parity came together for a day of Rust in Blockchain workshops.
That wasn’t the only big event in October though. DevCon in Tokyo also included several Rust blockchain projects, from which several of Parity’s talks are linked below.
Each month we like to shine a light on a notable Rust blockchain project. This month that project is…
Read “How to Interconnect All Blockchains and Value Networks” for an overview of Interledger.
Summary: Parity had many talks at the events this month, and videos for some are available. The first Polkadot network, Kusama, launched. Substrate continues to be under heavy development, with 198 PRs landed in October.
Summary: Solana development is strikingly active, landing 403 PRs in October. They are renaming their runtime to “sealevel” as part of an effort to make their code reusable by other projects.
Ferris Fencing: An eternal duel between programmable crabs with swords. It is a showcase of CKB-VM, a simple implementation of the RISC-V instruction set, written in the Rust programming language.
November 9-12 | Barcelona, Spain
November 22 | Berlin, Germany
Centrifuge | Berlin, Germany; Remote
Chainlink | Remote
Consensys | Europe; United States; Remote
imToken | Singapore; Hangzhou, China
IOHK | Europe
Jsgenesis | Oslo, Europe; Remote
Kraken | Berlin, Germany; Remote
Leger | Paris, France
MXC Foundation | Berlin, Germany
Nervos | San Francisco; Hangzhou, China; Remote
Parity | Berlin, Germany
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