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Kon'nichiwa! Ethereum Devcon 5 Festivities Begin in Japan

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ArcBlock to Attend Ethereum Devcon 5 in Osaka, Japan and Preparing for Token Swap Services

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ArcBlock to Attend Ethereum Devcon 5 in Osaka, Japan and Preparing for Token Swap Services

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Trustlines Network(TLN), A real low cap gem in Ethereum Ecosystem,another Unicorn

I stumbled upon an unknown project when I was scrolling through Ethereum Networks youtube page.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qOiHT6zLMBg

And an explanation video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8N3hLKDvcY

Seems solid project inside Ethereum ecosystem, presented on Ethereum DevCon and gains a lot of attention from Vitalik.

A real low cap gem.

https://uniswap.exchange/swap?inputCurrency=0x679131f591b4f369acb8cd8c51e68596806c3916&outputCurrency=0xc02aaa39b223fe8d0a0e5c4f27ead9083c756cc2

https://trustlines.network/
The Trustlines Network ecosystem aims to promote the financial & economic inclusion of all people through decentralized and open source systems. The Trustlines Protocol is being built to support a range of use cases by leveraging existing networks of mutual trust and mapping trust-based relationships onto trustless infrastructure.

Trustlines Protocol
The Trustlines Protocol aims to provide the service of “transfer of value” without actually transferring value. This can be accomplished by leveraging networks of mutual-trust.

The Trustlines Protocol consists of a set of rules, processes, and definitions forged into deployable code. The overall system is based on several interoperating components:
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ETH Magicians x OFFDevcon Collaboration

In anticipation to (OFF)Devcon Osaka, we're launching a series of collaborations with ETH communities, blockchain projects, and more. OFFDevcon started as a community initiative to highlight other projects and events outside of Ethereum Devcon, so we're continuing along that line.
We've designed a bunch of shirts (and more) to give away to our community. They will be very limited, and only available as giveaway. The first one is with the magic wielding Fellowship of Ethereum Magicians. Click on the link below and join our communities ✨We'll pick a winner in a couple of days.
https://offdev.co/magic
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Elon Musk Tweets About Bitcoin (Again)

Elon Musk has yet again provoked intrigue among the Bitcoin and cryptocurrency community. The tech entrepreneur posted a cryptic tweet referencing the digital asset earlier today.

The Tesla and SpaceX CEO wrote on Friday ‘Bitcoin is *not* my safe word.’ Safe word, for those unaware, is a phrase commonly associated with sexual activity.

The suggestive wording of the tweet has left followers and the Bitcoin industry guessing as to what prompted Musk to suddenly start talking Bitcoin again.

Bitcoin is *not* my safe word

The technology entrepreneur has previously referenced Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies via Twitter and elsewhere. BeInCrypto previously reported on another of Musk’s cryptic tweets. At the end of last April, he simply posted the word ‘Ethereum.’ This earned him an invite to the Ethereum Devcon event in October from Vitalik Buterin himself — however, Musk didn’t end up attending.

Similarly, in an interview with Tasha Keeney of ARK Invest early last year, Musk confirmed that he owns 0.25 BTC. He also said he finds the cryptocurrency’s design “quite brilliant,” before commenting that some other digital assets might have “some merit.”

https://beincrypto.com/elon-musk-tweets-about-bitcoin-again/
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10 Reasons Why The Perfect Storm is Brewing for AION

The perfect storm is brewing for Aion to become a leader in the crypto space:
 
1. AIONEX, EDCON & CONSENSUS 2018 conferences have introduced AION to more people, developers & institutional investors than ever before. Matthew Spoke's performance on Consensus Interoperability Panel with Ripple, Polkadot & Litecoin left everlasting reactions & received the only applauses at the end of the Interoperability Panel.
AION's inaugural Dev conference AIONEX at Toronto on May 02, had 650 attendees. This is a record unseen by any other crypto's inaugural dev conference to date, compared to just 40 attendees at 1st Ethereum Devcon in 2014. And if Devcon grew to 350 attendees in 2015, it's not hard to see that the next AION Dev conference attendance will be in the thousands.
 
2. Token Swap from Aion ERC-20 to native Aion coins will soon be announced. The ETH-AION cross-chain bridge is already built & was showcased live on stage at AIONEX & EDCON, so it's only a matter of time before it's released.
 
3. US, Korean & Chinese exchanges are clearly waiting for the Token Swap to take place before they list native Aion coins rather than Aion ERC-20 tokens, they don't want to painstakingly swap ERC-20 tokens themselves as seen in ICON's token swap delay that's taking exchanges about 2-months & still not accomplished.
 
4. AION team has grown to 60 in-house team members in 4 different Aion offices in North America, Europe & Asia and plan to grow to 100 people by EOY. This is extremely rare in the crypto space & can only be compared to less than half a dozen of massive platform projects like CARDANO & EOS.
 
Aion GitHub activity is continuously ranked in top 10 platforms on Darpal Rating and CryptoMiso. Github activity, along with commits quality, are important metrics that get overlooked all the time when people compare Aion to other projects based on number of telegram users. Ethereum & Neo never even had telegram... Fat Protocol Ecosystems are not built by telegram hype but rather by worldwide Dev meetups & armies of developers that can build or contribute something that can change the world.
 
5. AION PR & Marketing are shifting into high gears now that the Mainnet is live. AIONEX, EDCON & CONSENSUS 2018 have put AION on the radar of the media. Matt Spoke is slowly becoming crypto's poster boy as seen on RBC's Disruptors Panel. It's only a matter of time before the mainstream media finds out about AION.
 
6. AION is introducing Real Technological Break-throughs with the first Cross-Chain bridge that completely moves tokens seamlessly between different blockchains using the Burn/Mint mechanism, unlike all Dapp platform projects since Ethereum that are still simple blockchain 2.0 platforms with no cross-chain capability or Atomic Swap projects that only transfer value between chains, but come with major limitations.
 
Another important point that gets forgotten in the Aion vs other interoperability projects is that Aion is all these 3 things at the same time:
 
AION is increasingly recognized as the leader of Interoperability —the holy grail of blockchain tech— that will solve scalability, privacy & isolation issues to unlock the true potential of Distributed Ledger Technologies. "This is the internet, decentralized."
 
7. METCALFE’s LAW states that the value of a network is proportional to the square of the number of connected users of the system (n2). This was proven repeatedly in the growth patterns of fat protocols like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Neo. Metcalfe’s Law favors interoperability projects even more, because Aion native tokens have utility far beyond the main Aion-1 blockchain:
 
8. Major AION Partners & Clients like Deloitte, TMX group (Canada's largest stock exchange), Moog Space & Defense Group, Vodafone, TD Bank, etc... are slowly moving their blockchain infrastructure to AION blockchain as they announced at AIONEX conference. This is taking place & growing the AION ecosystem while other Dapp platforms are rushing to parade their new Dapp ICOs that have little to no legitimate need for blockchain tech in the first place, but were rushed to launch ICOs to simply boast their Dapp numbers & suck more ICO funds from unsuspecting investors.
 
9. Future Partnerships will be relatively easy for AION to acquire given AION team's role as a founding board member of the Ethereum Enterprise Alliance, with the likes of Microsoft, Intel & JP Morgan (not just a regular EEA member like most other crypto projects) & the Blockchain Research Institute.
 
Aion cofounder Matthew Spoke has also strong credentials as the Fintech Advisor for the Ontario Securities Commission & Ministry of Finance and as a cofounder of the Muskoka Group along with the Tapscotts & Ethereum cofounder & ConsenSys founder Joeseph Lubin.
 
Not to mention Aion's unmatched advisory board from TMX group VP & Board of Directors and connections to Ethereum cofounders; Anthony Di lorio, Joeseph Lubin, Vitalik who's an advisor to Nuco.io & his father Dmitry Buterin who's an Angel investor in Nuco.io the company building Aion.
 
10. The TRS is coming to an end soon; however, the end of the token release schedule will slowly starts to get priced in long before the last release of Nov 2018; the date after which no more Aion will be released to public ever. Only mining/staking rewards will continue thereafter. The TRS also helps AION market cap climb up the MarketCap list with every release, adding to the increasing visibility & exposure that AION is getting.
 
People have seen what happened to fat protocols like Ethereum, Neo & Cardano, but it takes a special breed of people (and a bit of luck) to foresee why AION network interoperability will have a much bigger growth & impact potential on the entire crypto space. (This is not a financial advice. DYOR.)
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To all investors/traders: Bullish Case for ETH for the next 45 days

With many developments in the sector, this month's been quite eventful thus far. We've seen a massive influx of new buyers into the crypto-sphere. Initially money is usually put into BTC and diversified outwards when people realize that there are other coins with potential.
That being said... The next 30-45 days will be quite exciting for Ethereum. The second largest coin in terms of market cap. Why?
1) In just over A DAY, thats right... ONE DAY... $ETH will undergo a hard-fork (not one that results in two different coins), in order to give the already innovative technology, a BOOST. This upgrade, only makes what is already good, even better... by implementing Ethereum Improvement Proposals (EIPs). The last upgrade was over a year ago which saw the price of $ETH go up some hundreds of percent (%), leading up to and after it. It is to be noted that moving up that much and fast was easier at that time because of how low the price and market cap were. This upgrade has been highly anticipated for some time and is a step in the right direction (UP). Price will more than likely be bullish, despite some fools saying that it is "already priced in".
Metropolis Byzantium Countdown : https://fork.codetract.io/

Read more about the Upgrade : https://blog.ethereum.org/

2) October, 20th For those of you who don't know Ethereum is the largest blockchain consortium on the planet. It is backed by some of the biggest names you may think of (ie. Microsoft, Intel, FUCK JP MORGAN, Toyota, MasterCard, etc.)... they've added several corporate members to the Ethereum Enterprise Alliance over the course of this year, and will continue to do so as interest for this technology is only rising. Everything anything EEA related happens price has historically gone bullish. On Oct, 20th the EEA is holding a meet-up in New York City. Where the "EEA will give a brief update on the status of the organization and then four EEA members will share demos of products available based on EEA technology" (EEA MeetUp and Demos). This could be another potential bull case for Ethereum in the near term.

EEA MeetUp registration : https://www.meetup.com/New-York-Smart-Contracts-Meetup/events/243867896/

3) From Nov 1st - 4th Ethereum will be having its annual Developers Conference, formally known as DevCon III. It is being held in Cancun, Mexico. This is a conference exclusive to Ethereum, and Ethereum only. It is where literally every single important person who's helped with the development and maintenance of ETH will be. They will discuss a bunch of cool stuff, and potentially open gates to new technological possibilities. Similar to the Metropolis Upgrade, this is something that has historically proven bullish for ETH. It gets people amped up when some of the smartest brains behind Ethereum meet up and bond. Tickets are expensive and have been sold out for some time (from what I understand). This will be an exciting start to November.

Ethereum DevCon III website : https://ethereumfoundation.org/devcon3/

4) Mid/Late November Bitcoin will undergo a hard-fork (one where two coins are created from one). Truthfully don't know much about this and don't care to. There's a ton of controversy around it, but generally people believe that since there is two coins arising from one the sentiment for BTC around that time will be relatively bearish. Investors and traders would probably diversify into safer "drama-less" coins around that time (ie. ETH and LTC). But like I said, I don't know much about this and would hope ETH benefits from this.
A better explanation on possible scenarios for Bitcoin in November (I saved this image a while ago, it is not mine and was made by a fellow reddit user) : https://imgur.com/a/608To
This is why I have money invested in Ethereum, and why I believe it will run up in monetary value for the next few weeks/months. I'm just so excited guys lol.
EDIT: Apparently $ETH is also Technically bullish : https://imgur.com/a/iIb34 Credit : https://twitter.com/CarpeNoctom/status/919280763245400065
There are plenty of new traders that just threw money into other coins and don't realize the potential ETH has. Please read this. I appreciate any feedback
Up vote and Comment ~ Spread Love and Positivity
My twitter <3 : https://twitter.com/CryptooKid?lang=en
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Who here supports ZK-SNARKs (Sapling) being implemented into Tezos?

https://cryptoinsider.com/tezos-zk-snarks-protocol-upgrade/ (Sapling) - makes the case for privacy, then scaling
Give an upvote or comment if you do.
Curious how many are in favor of it?
If so, how many would support the privacy+scalability tech presented by Starkware Industries at DevCon 4?
https://eprint.iacr.org/2018/1098
MARVELlous: a STARK-Friendly Family of Cryptographic Primitives
Tomer Ashur and Siemen Dhooghe
Abstract: The ZK-STARK technology, published by Ben-Sasson et al. in ePrint 2018/046 is hailed by many as being a viable, efficient solution to the scaling problem of cryptocurrencies. In essence, a ZK-STARK proof uses a Merkle-tree to compress the data that needs to be verified, thus greatly reduces the communication overhead between the prover and the verifier. We propose MARVELlous a family of cryptographic algorithms specifically designed for STARK efficiency. The family currently includes the block cipher Jarvis and the hash function Friday. The design of Jarvis is inspired by the design of Rijndael, better known as the AES. By doing so we create a cipher with similar properties to those of Rijndael which allows us to reuse the wide-trail strategy to argue the resistance of the design against differential and linear cryptanalysis and focus our efforts on resistance against algebraic attacks. Friday is a Merkle-Damgard based hash function instantiated with Jarvis as its compression function thus it inherits its security properties up to the birthday bound. Jarvis and Friday have been suggested to be used in the Ethereum protocol by Ben-Sasson in Ethereum's Devcon IV. In this paper, we instantiate versions of Jarvis offering 128, 160, 192 and 256-bit security (both state- and key-size) which are used to implement Friday. We warmly invite the community to study and assess the security of the designs.
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ETH Dev Con in Osaka.

As many of you are probably aware there is going to be the Ethereum devcon in October here in Osaka. As such we are currently planing a big BCH meetup /Devcon after party (aiming for 100+ people) and all devcon attendees are more than welcome to attend and meet some of our great community. At the moment the plan is to have the event on October 10th near Namba. There will be a lot more to tell including a few surprises. However I just wanted to post about it so anyone interested can mark the evening of October 10th on their calendar now. I will post more soon.
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Ethereum Jesus x OFFDevcon Collaboration

In anticipation to (OFF)Devcon Osaka, we're launching a series of collaborations with ETH communities, blockchain projects, and more. OFFDevcon started as a community initiative to highlight other projects and events outside of Ethereum Devcon, so we're continuing along that line.
After our unique ETH Magicians shirt the next one is a one of kind pair of Ethereum Jesus yoga pants. Yes, you read that right. Click on the link below and join our communities and we'll pick a winner in a couple of days. https://offdev.co/jesus
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10 Reasons Why The Perfect Storm is Brewing for AION

The perfect storm is brewing for Aion to become a leader in the crypto space:
 
1. AIONEX, EDCON & CONSENSUS 2018 conferences have introduced AION to more people, developers & institutional investors than ever before. Matthew Spoke's performance on Consensus Interoperability Panel with Ripple, Polkadot & Litecoin left everlasting reactions & received the only applauses at the end of the Interoperability Panel.
AION's inaugural Dev conference AIONEX at Toronto on May 02, had 650 attendees. This is a record unseen by any other crypto's inaugural dev conference to date, compared to just 40 attendees at 1st Ethereum Devcon in 2014. And if Devcon grew to 350 attendees in 2015, it's not hard to see that the next AION Dev conference attendance will be in the thousands.
 
2. Token Swap from Aion ERC-20 to native Aion coins will soon be announced. The ETH-AION cross-chain bridge is already built & was showcased live on stage at AIONEX & EDCON, so it's only a matter of time before it's released.
 
3. US, Korean & Chinese exchanges are clearly waiting for the Token Swap to take place before they list native Aion coins rather than Aion ERC-20 tokens, they don't want to painstakingly swap ERC-20 tokens themselves as seen in ICON's token swap delay that's taking exchanges about 2-months & still not accomplished.
 
4. AION team has grown to 60 in-house team members in 4 different Aion offices in North America, Europe & Asia and plan to grow to 100 people by EOY. This is extremely rare in the crypto space & can only be compared to less than half a dozen of massive platform projects like CARDANO & EOS.
 
Aion GitHub activity is continuously ranked in top 10 platforms on Darpal Rating and CryptoMiso. Github activity, along with commits quality, are important metrics that get overlooked all the time when people compare Aion to other projects based on number of telegram users. Ethereum & Neo never even had telegram... Fat Protocol Ecosystems are not built by telegram hype but rather by worldwide Dev meetups & armies of developers that can build or contribute something that can change the world.
 
5. AION PR & Marketing are shifting into high gears now that the Mainnet is live. AIONEX, EDCON & CONSENSUS 2018 have put AION on the radar of the media. Matt Spoke is slowly becoming crypto's poster boy as seen on RBC's Disruptors Panel. It's only a matter of time before the mainstream media finds out about AION.
 
6. AION is introducing Real Technological Break-throughs with the first Cross-Chain bridge that completely moves tokens seamlessly between different blockchains using the Burn/Mint mechanism, unlike all Dapp platform projects since Ethereum that are still simple blockchain 2.0 platforms with no cross-chain capability or Atomic Swap projects that only transfer value between chains, but come with major limitations.
 
Another important point that gets forgotten in the Aion vs other interoperability projects is that Aion is all these 3 things at the same time:
 
AION is increasingly recognized as the leader of Interoperability —the holy grail of blockchain tech— that will solve scalability, privacy & isolation issues to unlock the true potential of Distributed Ledger Technologies. "This is the internet, decentralized."
 
7. METCALFE’s LAW states that the value of a network is proportional to the square of the number of connected users of the system (n2). This was proven repeatedly in the growth patterns of fat protocols like Bitcoin, Ethereum, Neo. Metcalfe’s Law favors interoperability projects even more, because Aion native tokens have utility far beyond the main Aion-1 blockchain:
 
8. Major AION Partners & Clients like Deloitte, TMX group (Canada's largest stock exchange), Moog Space & Defense Group, Vodafone, TD Bank, etc... are slowly moving their blockchain infrastructure to AION blockchain as they announced at AIONEX conference. This is taking place & growing the AION ecosystem while other Dapp platforms are rushing to parade their new Dapp ICOs that have little to no legitimate need for blockchain tech in the first place, but were rushed to launch ICOs to simply boast their Dapp numbers & suck more ICO funds from unsuspecting investors.
 
9. Future Partnerships will be relatively easy for AION to acquire given AION team's role as a founding board member of the Ethereum Enterprise Alliance, with the likes of Microsoft, Intel & JP Morgan (not just a regular EEA member like most other crypto projects) & the Blockchain Research Institute.
 
Aion cofounder Matthew Spoke has also strong credentials as the Fintech Advisor for the Ontario Securities Commission & Ministry of Finance and as a cofounder of the Muskoka Group along with the Tapscotts & Ethereum cofounder & ConsenSys founder Joeseph Lubin.
 
Not to mention Aion's unmatched advisory board from TMX group VP & Board of Directors and connections to Ethereum cofounders; Anthony Di lorio, Joeseph Lubin, Vitalik who's an advisor to Nuco.io & his father Dmitry Buterin who's an Angel investor in Nuco.io the company building Aion.
 
10. The TRS is coming to an end soon; however, the end of the token release schedule will slowly starts to get priced in long before the last release of Nov 2018; the date after which no more Aion will be released to public ever. Only mining/staking rewards will continue thereafter. The TRS also helps AION market cap climb up the MarketCap list with every release, adding to the increasing visibility & exposure that AION is getting.
 
People have seen what happened to fat protocols like Ethereum, Neo & Cardano, but it takes a special breed of people (and a bit of luck) to foresee why AION will have a much bigger growth & impact potential on the entire crypto space. (This is not a financial advice. DYOR.)
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Ethereum Foundation Announces Annual Funding, Next Devcon Location

Ethereum Foundation Announces Annual Funding, Next Devcon Location
The Ethereum Foundation is planning to spend $30 million on different projects across the ecosystem over the next 12 months, the company’s executive director Aya Miyaguchi revealed at the ConsenSys’ Ethereal Summit on May 10.

In the course of the next year, the Foundation is going to allocate funds for improvement of Ethereum’s performance and security, which includes working on the current proof-of-work (PoW) algorithm of Ethereum 1.x and general core support and development, raising awareness about the altcoin by organizing hackathons, developing relations, and attracting new talent, among other issues.

The Foundation also intends to make a bid for bringing academic involvement in Ethereum, which would purportedly result in attracting top-tier researchers and developers and grants to academic teams and organizations. Miyaguchi said that the company is also looking to also make small investments into high potential.

Regarding specific projects, Miyaguchi revealed that the Foundation has decided to support MolochDAO, an experimental, decentralized system that seeks to provide funding for the Ethereum infrastructure.

Miyaguchi also announced that the next Ethereum Devcon, Devcon 5, will take place in Osaka, Japan from Oct. 8 –11.

Earlier today, the CEO of crypto analytics firm Messari Ryan Selkis forecasted that the Ethereum 2.0 proof-of-stake (PoS) transition will not take place until 2021. Selkis forecasted that the PoW algorithm will be the status quo for “at least two or three years,” while the Ethereum PoS transition will “take a lot longer than anybody appreciates.”

Selkis also pointed out that Ethereum 1.x is “probably pretty good, and maybe even good enough.” The expert elaborated that the algorithm is well-established, having proven itself in the last decade with bitcoin (BTC), as well as ether (ETH) in the last several years.

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Resources for learning about ZKP and ZKSNARK?

Hello! I'm a college student really interested in cryptography. I've taken crypto and abstract algebra courses and want to pursue crypto a bit more. Recently I've become very interested in ZKP and ZKSNARK and watched some ethereum devcon talks about it. We never covered these topics in my class and I was wondering if anyone could recommend some white papers I could read. Thanks
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In November I visited Europe for the Ethereum Devcon conference. This is one of the stores I visited. “House of Nakamoto” 🙌
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Latest Red News

Happy Tuesday everyone!
I’d like to thank everyone who responded on-list and off to our questions about yourselves. It is a big help for us, because our goal is to make Red as responsive to your needs as possible. While our due date has passed, you can still send your responses to myself or Gregg privately, and I can add them to our sheets. Our set of questions is appended at the end of this update.
Usernames in this update are all Github usernames.
Last week in Red saw contributions from across the spectrum from our heavy hitters. In the midst of gearing up for Ethereum’s Devcon 4 in Prague at the end of October, a diverse number of elements are getting worked on:
In the community, some great discussion has been transpiring around the issue of Red’s mission: is it, or should it be, for “everyone” as our public-facing documentation states? And many folks have stated that while they generally don’t pay for software themselves, they WOULD be willing to shell out for a comprehensive book volume (chat is here) on the subject of Red. Tell us what you think!
Join the discussion at https://gitter.im/red/red.
If you will be at Ethereum DevCon 4, or in the general area of Prague during the first week of November, hit up @GreggIrwin or @dockimbel; they will be hosting a small, informal RedCon after the main Ethereum event. We’d love for you to be there.
Those community questions, again:
  1. Do you consider yourself a programmer?
  2. Do you consider yourself a software engineer?
  3. Do you solve business problems with software?
  4. What kind of problems do you solve?
  5. What other languages have you used?
  6. What is your favorite language, and why?
  7. Is "progammer" or "developer" in your job title?
  8. Do you think Red should be for "everyone" (e.g., like Visual Basic)?
  9. Do you want to use Red for real work, or just fun?
  10. What software do you pay for?
Keep the Red light burning!
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ETHEREUM DEVCON 4 - a new exciting and exotic location 😅 ?

I think Ethereum Devcon 3 Cancun was amazing this year and Mexico was a great idea. As far as I know people really enjoyed it and they also used this trip for personal holiday like visiting Playa del Carmen and Tulum, apparently some people are still there... 😅
As a community - let's choose another great location for Ethereum Devcon 4. We've done corrupted cops, drug cartels, crypto gangs, etc place...it's about time to find a more exotic location for our next adventures :) (Hint: NK ? or Sir Richard Branson’s private Necker Island ? )
Vive Ethereum !
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Ethereum biweekly: Eth2’s Phase 0 multiclient testnets will likely go live in April, Meet the Devcon Archive, Gitcoin Grants Matching Round 5 now live, MakerDAO transfers MKR token control over to governance, Uniswap v2, Fuel Labs Releases Yul+, Gnosis Safe adds new features, and much more!

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Vitalik Buterin Tweets ETH Development Proposals After Elon Musk’s ‘Ethereum’ Tweet Bait

Vitalik Buterin Tweets ETH Development Proposals After Elon Musk’s ‘Ethereum’ Tweet Bait
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Innovation business person and Tesla CEO Elon Musk has started a discussion with ether (ETH) prime supporter Vitalik Buterin with his brief single word tweet "Ethereum" on April 29.

The tweet, which Musk quickly ironized by including "jk" inside a similar string, incited Buterin to stretch out a solicitation to Musk for Ethereum's DevCon in October. Accordingly, Musk asked Buterin the inquiry, "What ought to be created on Ethereum?"

Buterin recorded five of his top picks for the system's advancements, peppered with references to his very own past Twitter strings and Ethereum look into substance.

Premier among these is the production of an "all inclusive open budgetary framework, including installments, store of significant worth [...] protection," just as a disintermediated ETH-controlled computerized character foundation.

Buterin additionally proposed the production of vaults and declarations that would be carefully marked, confirmed and even repudiated on-chain — which Buterin had recently pitched as a component of a self-portrayed tweetstorm on non-monetary applications for blockchain in December 2018.

He further alluded to the utilization of the ETH blockchain for "trying different things with new types of human hierarchical structure," and to empower micropayment use cases by means of ETH installment channels.

Different recommendations from Buterin included crypto-fueled "markets for individual information for protection safeguarding AI," and utilizing "cryptoeconomics for spam counteractive action in interpersonal organizations."

Buterin in conclusion noticed that blockchain can be a proving ground for "new market structures, eg. visit cluster barters, combinatorial closeouts, robotized showcase producers," and that the innovation can control both personality, notoriety and credit frameworks for disappointed social gatherings, and even to build decentralized DNS options.

Interestingly with Buterin's extensive commitment with Musk's lead-in, other blockchain makers —, for example, Tron Foundation CEO Justin Sun — reacted in kind, with their own single word jokes.

Musk just quickly reconnected in the discussion with an implication to Buterin's legitimate Twitter handle, "Vitalik Non-provider of Ether," wheedling Vitalik to "Quit giving endlessly free ETH!"

EToro examiner Mati Greenspan in the mean time guessed that Musk's single tweeted word had supposedly incited a smaller than usual spike in Ethereum's cost.

As recently announced, Musk has commended bitcoin's (BTC) structure as being "very splendid," yet underscored the dangerous vitality intensivity of mining the coin. The Tesla author has guaranteed he claims just a partial measure of BTC, purportedly sent to him by a companion years back.
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Ernst & Young rolls out ‘Nightfall' to enable private transactions on Ethereum

Global consultancy firm Ernst & Young has released a zero-knowledge proof (ZKP) private transaction protocol for the Ethereum blockchain, called Nightfall. The open-source software has been developed to enable businesses to transact privately on the public Ethereum blockchain to lower the barriers for enterprise blockchain adoption.

Ernst & Young first presented the prototype of Nightfall, called EY Ops Chain Public Edition (PE), in October 2018 at Ethereum Devcon in Prague. The launch of the prototype marked the first implementation of zero-knowledge proof (ZKP) technology on the public Ethereum blockchain.

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RedCon 1 and Ethereum DevCon 4 World Report

Beginning in September, Nenad and Qingtian joined Gregg in Idaho for 6 weeks, in preparation for Ethereum DevCon 4, and to set some things in motion for a possible U.S. Red presence. Challenges continued to appear at every turn, which kept us on our toes. By the end of October, we were ready to hit Prague for the DevCon, and to have our first Mini RedCon with some of the team. Here’s what happened.

Ethereum DevCon 4

It was a lot of work, leading up to Ethereum DevCon4, and we tried every avenue to sponsor and support the Ethereum community, including submission of possible presentations in every category. Unfortunately, we were not selected to present, as there were only about 50 presentation slots, and over 1000 submissions. Still, we did the best we could, and attended as many sessions as possible that we thought were valuable.

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Some of those sessions were very good, some less so. The quality varied widely, as did the type of attendee. It was surprising to find that only a tiny percentage were actual developers, which is our target audience, considering this was advertised as a "Dev" Con, and 70% of the tickets were reserved for "BUIDLers". 1
We noticed a systemic issue at DevCon: There was a lot of hype surrounding many projects, but when it came to actual follow-through, it was hard to find programmers at the DevCon. The hardcore deep-devs on the EVM and language development side were the biggest "clusters" we found. Those writing smart contracts and building actual working project infrastructure were few and far between.2 Some commentary on that in our footnotes.

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Nevertheless, we did find some key builders (real ones!) and creators who had valuable insights:

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On a related note to DevCon, Prague is a beautiful city, and the Ethereum Foundation chose well in selecting it as the host. The Congress Center staff were efficient and professional, and the overall logistics were very well managed. A thank you to the organizers for all their hard work.

RedCon 1

The day after DevCon ended, we held our first RedCon in Prague, bringing together some of our core team, contractors, and new people who were interested in Red and Red/C3. We planned an informal event, and that's how it went. We rolled with questions, shifted the agenda as needed, and ate most of the snacks. @rebolek deserves a big round of applause (and leftover beer) for arranging the facility and much more. As is often the case, small groups clustered during breaks to talk about specific topics and get to know each other. We were able to answer questions some of the newcomers had, both verbally and in code. It's great to have someone ask "How hard would it be..." and be able to sit down and live code a demo. This is the power of Red.
As far as planned presentations, Nenad gave an overview of Red, and showed some C3 examples, which led to Q&A on more general blockchain aspects as well. It was a nice mix of people on the Red and blockchain sides, helping each other learn a bit about the other side. @rebolek demoed his `values` structured editing prototype, which was very cool. If you thought you needed fancy GUI editors to offer help and extra information to users, you haven't seen what can be done with unicode chars and a little (or a lot of) creativity.
Gregg gave a very quick rundown of possible approaches we can take to offer a cron type system for C3. If you aren't into the blockchain side of things, you may not know that there is no internal cron, no way to run something on a schedule. All triggers must come from outside the blockchain, as there isn't even the concept of a clock or current time in the EVM. Those things are handled via "oracles", which is just a fancy term for a reference to some higher authority you trust, outside the blockchain.
Thanks to @endo64 for bringing a camera. As you know, getting a good video setup is a job unto itself, and we couldn't arrange for a separate person to do that this time, but with simple raw footage and some magic applied by @x8x, you can see much of what happened below. Some of the video is hard to read, but many of the graphics are available elsewhere, and we'll make slides available soon.
Since Reddit doesn't allow very large video files, we've linked to it here: https://youtu.be/qRFX9pQd22w

Some of the RedCon attendees.

Red Foundation Meeting

Another highlight from the trip was a meeting with François Jouen and Azouz Guizani from the Red Foundation. It was a 5 1/2 hour meeting, though we were in Paris, so much of it occurred over a meal in a small cafe. That may sound appealing, but when you forget your notebook, the napkins fill up quickly.
François has been a strong advocate of REBOL and Red for many years. His teaching position and deep desire to help his PhD students led to development of a curriculum where Red is a requirement, not an option. Students have 8 3-hour sessions where they learn the fundamentals of the language, and how to apply it to their domain.
These are not Computer Science PhD candidates, but art historians, literature majors, and cognitive scientists. They aren't taught Red in order to make them programmers, but to enable them to use the computer as another tool in their arsenal. The passion for his work, and the joy he clearly gets from using Red, are inspiring and infectious.
François' combination of skills and talents aren't something we can clone, but seeing it first-hand led to discussion of what it might take to reproduce his approach in other places. You need a champion, and a mix of technical, leadership, and teaching skills; plus deep domain knowledge. François has ported almost half of the OpenCV computer vision library (~400 functions) to Red, as RedCV.
His demos cover a lot of ground, run fast, and demonstrate the value software can bring, if we make it more accessible to people. Some of his students have tried to program before, because they know that's the future in almost any science, but it's too painful and too far from what normal people can do. But when his short course shows them how to create a GUI with VID, they feel empowered. They can build simple tools and see results. With RedCV, an art historian can load an image of a painting, then create their own pipeline of filters and convolutions, to bring out hidden details that are invisible to the naked eye.
Flush with the excitement of seeing Red in use, in the real world, we walked to a small cafe nearby and spent the next 4 hours discussing goals for the Foundation, explaining more about the blockchain aspect and RED tokenomic possibilities to François and Azouz. We also talked about their specific uses cases and needs that might be solved with Red. There are so many things to do, and we sometimes feel overwhelmed, but when you sit down with other people who believe in what you're doing, and support you, it makes all the difference in the world. The next night Azouz joined us again, along with some old colleagues of Nenad's, and we talked more about the technical side.

Conclusion

The days were long, and the nights short. The exhilaration of collaboration gave way to exhaustion as we headed back to our hotels, finding it hard to stop talking and planning. It all came and went quickly, but we learned a lot.
While we hoped for a different experience at DevCon, we have to engage the community if we want to bring value to it. The high points of our meetings with other passionate teams and individuals made it worthwhile. Seeing old friends, and meeting new ones, a room full of Team Red, was great. The little time we had to see sights was invariably filled with tech chat. That all ended too soon and we jetted to our next locations. More plans are in the works, and we'll pick up speed again once the lag wears off.
Until then, Happy Reducing!
1 A comment on the "BUIDLer" term. The Ethereum community wants to grow, to gain adoption, to see their tool used in the real world. We have many thoughts on that, but if that's what they really want, the first thing many projects need is to take themselves seriously. That may sound harsh, and there are serious people doing real work, to be sure. But when billions of dollars are in the mix, and at risk (look how much has been lost this year alone, through hacks and mistakes), it is irresponsible not to take that seriously, and to use inside jokes and memes publicly and prominently. Adding a hashtag and memetic baggage to a powerfully simple concept such as “build” doesn’t mean doing anything actionable or making something real, other than smoke and mirrors. It also puts projects like ours in a difficult position. We are serious, and want to be viewed that way, but our choice to not bury our work in jargon sets us apart. They value inclusivity, so we hope they'll consider our approach and views as another type of diversity: one that evaluates the project on merit, not its use of trendy jargon or rave afterparties.
2 We see a widening gap in the field between those building the technology, and those on the speculation side, who don't know or care much about the technology. While this problem has become endemic to the blockchain, crypto, and distributed-ledger-technology world, it becomes ever more evident at each subsequent major industry event. The majority of attendees of late aren't business people, in the sense that we think of business, but they can throw buzzwords around like you wouldn't believe. We met CTOs who didn't seem to know much tech, and got vague descriptions of what people did. "We onboard people to the blockchain," or "our project decentralizes processes and devaluates [sic] intermediaries." When your own most basic introductory explanation of your business function itself needs a translation to plainspeak, you don’t actually have a job description; without clearly defined roles and results, your whole project is nebulous. If the Ethereum Foundation, project founders, and the community really want to see Ethereum succeed, they themselves need to “devalue intermediaries” spouting what sounds like a hollow string of buzzwords with no connection to the real world.
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