The Radix Olympia Betanet is now live. Welcome!
It’s getting very exciting for the Radix team as we enter the final two weeks leading up to the long-awaited Radix Betanet. With the deadline in sight, the team is pushing every ounce of willpower into the code. In this blog series, we present the different members of the Radix team to the community.
The crypto space progresses at great speeds, and the fact we are now into Q2 is testament to that. Looking back at the last quarter there is a strong sense of growing momentum, both with Radix and the industry as a whole.
In the run-up to the launch of the Olympia Betanet on April 28, we have put together a short FAQ addressing common questions we have seen from the community. In the main, the questions cover:
Radix Report – March 18th 2021. Never a dull moment in crypto as NFTs (non-fungible tokens) have their break-through moment and the foremost NFT artist, Beeple, is thrust into the mainstream spotlight with the sale of his largest pieces to date going for $69m (of course it did) at Christies auction.
The Radix team is composed of passionate, multi-talented, and hardworking individuals from around the world. In this blog series, we introduce them two at a time . Today we sat down with Ben and Mikael, and asked them about their experience, expertise, and critically, what makes them so excited about Radix.
Read the last two-weeks of news from Radix including how the team is shifts gears towards our first major public milestones in Q2 - Betanet followed by Olympia, our name for the first Radix mainnet.
The Radix DLT team is pleased to announce that we will be launching our “betanet” network on April 28th, 2021. This will mark the end of our “drop 3” internal milestone (more on our drops here), and the completion of the bulk of core Radix development intended for the first public network release by end of Q2.
Radix give an insight into how the Radix network operates, including the desktop wallet and the command line interface to manage validators.
The Radix public network roadmap is split into a sequence of major releases each named after a city that bore one of the wonders of the ancient world.
Welcome to the first fortnightly Radix Report - a quick rundown on what has happened in the world of Radix in the last two weeks and a great way of staying up to date with the work the Radix DLT team is doing on getting the decentralised finance protocol up and running!
DeFI made history, seeing the year out with US$15.442 BN in TLV. 2020 was also incredibly busy for Radix - take a look at our highlights.
Radix Key Milestones and Deliverables - Cerberus consensus & DeFi whitepapers; RPN Drop 1; partnership with University California Davis.
The Cerberus Whitepaper describes Radix's breakthrough multi-shard consensus protocol that enables unprecedented DLT scalability.
Radix partner University of California Davis to formally analyze and prove the security and scalability of Cerberus’ consensus design.
DeFi needs to be built on a protocol that enables fast, secure development of commercial applications while maintaining composability.
The Radix DeFi Whitepaper explains how each of the four Radix platform technologies work to create the first truly layer-1 protocol for DeFi.
We're excited to provide an update on our RPN-1 Network, including a video demonstration of a working drop-1 network
A short overview of differences between sybil protection and a consensus algorithm, with an eli-5 style explanation.
We're delighted to release our new consensus whitepaper - Cerberus. Cerberus creates a multi-lane superhighway, capable of processing massive numbers of transactions in parallel. Through the Cerberus consensus protocol, we are tackling one of the most pressing issues facing the blockchain industry, that of scalability.
What were the different approaches considered by Dan Hughes, our Founder? Read more about how we made our way Bitcoin experiments to Cerberus
Radflix - a hackathon project giving the possibility to stream movies using tokens and a distributed ledger
How did Google Cloud make it possible for us to achieve 1 million transactions per second during our tests?