• The big news this week is Fission has received an $800,000 USD grant to support further applied research of the InterPlanetary Virtual Machine (IPVM) protocols and the Homestar reference implementation from the Arcological Association and the IPFS Network Capital Pool!
  • Listen or watch the latest episode of the DWeb Decoded podcast featuring Fission's co-founder and CTO, Brooklyn Zelenka!
  • Save the date for Episode 2 of the Causal Islands Podcast🏝️🎙️. On August 31st at 10 AM PST / 1 PM EST, we will be joined by Strange Loop founder Alex Miller and Papers We Love founders Zeeshan Lakhani, Darren Newton, David Ashby, and Chas Emerick. Our guests will share stories from past conferences, what to expect at this year's final events, and what's coming next.

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Announcing IPFS Grant for IPVM Decentralized WebAssembly Computation

Read our grant announcement and learn more about how we'll work to bring content-addressed execution to content-addressed data over the next 6-12 months.

What are CRDTs?

Nodes in distributed systems can store and edit files offline and in geographically diverse locations. Each node accessing the file has a copy. When it's time to bring the changes together and synchronize the copies, Conflict-free Replicated Data Types (CRDTs) handle this efficiently and accurately.

Thank you, and we'll be back next week with more exciting updates!

-The Fission Team