In our community hangout yesterday, Greg gave kudos to Henry, Navneet, and the crew for their problem solving progress on a particular bug that has constrained the performance of our system for a long while. With it solved, our decentralized content delivery network can properly handle meaningful media sizes. Greg announced that he will be presenting on Logic via […]

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This update brings us an interview with our Chief Technology Officer Greg Meredith by Arthur Falls of the Ether Review.  It’s a technical piece that takes a deep dive into the inner workings of Synereo’s development and presents the reasons behind some of our tech choices. “The Synereo platform began as a decentralized social network but out […]

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During the past week, we’ve had many conversations about the sharing of Synereo’s “DAO attack-preventing” code.  The response was positive, and interest in working with Synereo’s platform and utilizing our smart contracting framework rose. Our new Amplifier Program began, with the team getting established in our Slack channel.  More applicants are being processed, and still coming in!   […]

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In the past week, we’ve shown that Synereo’s formally-verified smart contracting language would have prevented the attack on The DAO. A more approachable piece has been published on The Merke: DAO Attack Nullified Using Synereo’s Smart Contracting Language. We believe Synereo is the leading platform for creating secure and scalable decentralized contracts and applications, and are committed to bringing […]

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Update Summary This week a few new team members are introduced, followed by a product update from Ed. Greg discusses the problem of Bitcoin requirements for AMP transactions and the team discusses how to better scale the network. The hangout ends with a discussion around user experience and the attention economy.   02:37 — Team […]

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