Newsletters

RiB Newsletter #11 โ€“ The Flourishing Spring

It was a huge month for blockchain Rust! It seems like we’ve all been productive sitting at home hacking. We’ve seen so many interesting developments, and hopefully captured them all in this report. There were significant developments for several Rust blockchain projects.

RiB Newsletter #10 โ€“ Keep Calm and Hack More

How are you doing from working at home so far? What do you spend time on? We hope you find something fun, create interesting hacks and enjoy yourself. This month, we changed the website theme, and moved the hosting from wordpress to GitHub Pages, with hugo framework. So now it should be more straightforward to contribute to the website as well as the content. We still need a RSS, maybe also an event calendar ;)

RiB Newsletter #9 โ€“ The Month of Working from Home

This month Solana released version 1.0. Congrats to one of the hardest-working Rust blockchain teams; Solana did things right all last year, with extraordinary development velocity, consistent technical media publications, and multiple event appearances and sponsorships. We wish them the best success.

RiB Newsletter #8 - Looking Forward to 2020

This month, even with the holidays and world events, saw strong momentum in the big Rust blockchain projects. Solana is moving toward two new testnets, one of which is expected to evolve into their mainnet; Zcash has been blogging technical details about their Rust implementation, Zebra; Nervos has initiated a grants program …

Rust in Blockchain Newsletter #7

This month we see a trend, in blockchain and across the Rust ecosystem, of projects quickly picking up stable async/await support and migrating to tokio 0.2. For those interested in a great overview of the future distributed-web landscape, Kyle Samani of Multicoin Capital published a new edition of their “The Web3 Stack”…

Rust in Blockchain Newsletter #6

Each month we like to shine a light on a notable Rust blockchain project. This month that project is deoxysii-rust. This is a great example of the type of useful crates that come out of Rust blockchain projects. It implements the Deoxys II authenticated encryption scheme, which was a winner of the CAESAR cryptographic competition.