Welcome to the #26 edition of Rust in Blockchain, the chillest newsletter about the chillest tech. Previous: #25.
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Each month we like to shine a light on a notable Rust blockchain project. This month that project is…
- Gnosis client development team Joins Erigon (formerly Turbo-Geth) to Release Next-Gen Ethereum Client. Gnosis deprecates OpenEthereum.
- 2021 Altcoin Node Sync Tests
- Demystifying recursive zero-knowledge proofs
- Awesome Unstable Rust Features
- Kadcast-NG: A Structured Broadcast Protocol for Blockchain Networks
- AToM: Active Topology Monitoring for the Bitcoin Peer-to-Peer Network
- Stochastic Modelling of Blockchain Consensus
- Proof-of-Stake Mining Games with Perfect Randomness
- Darlin: A proof carrying data scheme based on Marlin
- Layer 2 Blockchain Scaling: a Survey
- Anoma. Implementation of the Anoma protocol in Rust. Anoma is a sovereign, proof-of-stake blockchain protocol that enables private, asset-agnostic cash and private bartering among any number of parties. The paper: Anoma: Undefining Money.
- Nova. Recursive SNARKs without trusted setup.
- Winterfell. A STARK prover and verifier for arbitrary computations.
- The LibraBFT Simulator. Discrete-Event Simulation for BFT Consensus Protocols.
- jsonrpsee. JSON-RPC library designed for async/await in Rust. Designed to be the successor to ParityTech’s JSONRPC crate.
- Rust Cryptography Interest Group (RCIG): Awesome Rust Cryptography
Most Active in July
- Polkadot Index Network Token (PINT) community update #1
- Polkadot Index Network Token (PINT) community update #2
- Forest Growth: An update from the Filecoin Rust implementation team
- Rising Tides: How the Mina Protocol can benefit Web 3.0 - An examination of Mina’s lightweight non-consensus full nodes and Rust x Wasm
- Concordium Announces Developers Open Grants Programme. GitHub: Concordium-Free-Open-Grants-Program. The Concordium Grant program has a specific mandate that recipients code must be open-sourced, and tooling developed must benefit both the Blockchain and Rustlang open source ecosystems.
26 merged PRs (1), 0 closed issues, 0 open issues
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Parity Technologies | Berlin or Remote
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