Posts about Tezos
signum launched on the Tezos mainnet on 1 October 2022 following 6 months of development.
signum was also tested extensively by a group of users prior to launch including a mix of developers, collectors, artists, and community managers.
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Read our blog post here.
We are glad to have jointly participated in this development alongside Marigold, TriliTech, Oxhead Alpha, Tarides, DaiLambda, Functori, Tweag & anonymous contributor ‘G.-B. Fefe’.
Major improvements include:
🎲 Improved randomness for baking rights distribution
🔔 Event-logging, letting off-chain systems react to contract execution
📦 Ongoing block validation tweaks to improve #Tezos TPS
👻 Support for ‘Ghostnet’, a permanent testnet & more.
As previously announced, Kathmandu does not activate smart contract optimistic rollups on Tezos Mainnet.
Their development continues to move forward, and we welcome the community to start testing this exciting new feature in the test networks.
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How many Devs are working on "Tezos - Core" Developement? (no dapps etc.) Can someone bring light into the dark? Known Dev-Teams:
Nomadic Labs - 64 Marigold - 44 TriliTech - 27 Oxhead Alpha - unknown Tarides, 74 DaiLambda - unknown Functori - 9 Tweag - unknown
G.-B. Fefe - unknown
Setchain: A Sidechain To Increase TPS By A Thousandfold – By IMDEA In Partnership With Nomadic Labs And Tezos Foundation
IMDEA Software is a research institute that has been contributing to the Tezos ecosystem since its first partnership with the Tezos Foundation to advance the Tezos protocol in 2018.
The Setchain paper was showcased at the 2022 IEEE International Conference on Blockchain.
The study is a result of a collaboration with the Tezos Foundation and Nomadic Labs.
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