Posted 6 months ago | by Catoshi Nakamoto
See the latest updates for Rollups, Staking, and Texas HODL’em Poker
During an exciting and hectic month, the Cartesi team remained hard at work, with continued progress on several of our initiatives. Keen to see what’s going on with your favorite Cartesi project? Take a look at the major developments so far:
- Packaging the Rollups Cartesi Node for easier installation, locally or on a server.
- Advances on auditing and more intense testing.
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- Gathering and analyzing data from the staking delegation system, live for more than a month with now more than 125,000,000 CTSI staked.
Texas HODL’em Poker: progress towards the full MVP implementation of the showcase DApp.
- Progress on porting the client app to Electron: completed binding to native Poker Engine modules (Mac + Linux) and started work on integrating and packaging the final DApp.
- Improved validator node robustness when downloading large data from Polygon Mumbai RPC endpoints using the Logger Server.
- Conception and partial implementation of a generic timeout mechanism for the TurnBasedGame framework.
- New skin proposal for the DApp.
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We’re hiring! We’re looking for collaborative team players to join the fast-growing Cartesi team. If you’re passionate about blockchain and have an interest in making blockchain mainstream, make sure to head over to our career openings or send your resume along with an introduction of why you’re interested in the position and Cartesi to our HR e-mail: email@example.com.
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Cartesi is the first OS on the blockchain, and their Layer-2 solution integrates Linux and standard programming environments to blockchain. This allows developers to code scalable smart contracts with rich software tools, libraries, and services they are used to.
Cartesi bridges the gap between mainstream software and blockchain, welcoming millions of new startups and their developers to blockchain by bringing Linux to blockchain applications. Cartesi combines a groundbreaking virtual machine, optimistic rollups, and side-chains to revolutionize the way developers create blockchain applications.
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