Mar 08, 2019
We’re pleased to make two announcements related to our work on the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM).
Brooke has written up our plan to work on improving the EVM in convenient Medium blog format:
The EVM is critical infrastructure, and will be for some time. ewasm is still a ways off from being Ethereum’s execution engine, and the EVM is used in more places than Ethereum mainnet. We should invest in improving the EVM ahead of ewasm, while making the transition to ewasm smoother.
Secondly, we are announcing RUN EVM: OPCODE 1, a one-day conference in Berlin, April 16th, 2019. The EVM is used beyond the Ethereum main-net in a number of contexts, such as private & side chains, and is only seeing more adoption in areas like Trusted Computing. Registration will open later this week, sign up on the site if you want to speak and/or sponsor.
Feb 01, 2019
We’re going to be using the FISSION brand for all of the public-facing work we do. FISSION components, from standards to code, are designed to work together and build on each other.
Nov 10, 2018
We’re proud to be graduating from the Consensys Tachyon Blockchain Accelerator program. Thank you to the whole team for your support and guidance over the last few months!
Sep 04, 2018
After several months of research, experimentation, soul searching, and tweeted hints, we are thrilled to share Special Projects & Decentralized Engineering (SPADE) with the world! In short, we are a PBC dedicated to making open source projects succeed & remain sustainable!
Sep 03, 2018
Ethereum enables individuals and organizations to host and run code on a shared system. While this allows us to inspect and run software as a community, smart contracts are currently isolated by default, connecting them requires a bespoke work, and lack of user feedback is a frequent complaint. The Ethereum Status Codes (ESC) project aims to solve these problems with a well thought out, lightweight, platform- and language-agnostic set of codes