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Podium – A Decentralized Social Network built on Radix

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Part 2: How We Actually Built The Scalability Test

This is the second part of a two-part series on how we built and deployed a test that pushed the entire transaction history of Bitcoin across the Radix ledger in less than 15 minutes. Part 1: A primer on the test and Radix (non-technical) The Code We decided to put the 1M TPS test code […]

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Part 1: A Primer on The Scalability Test and Radix

This is the first part of a two-part series on how we built and deployed a test that pushed the entire transaction history of Bitcoin across the Radix ledger in less than 15 minutes. Part 2: How we actually built the test (technical) What is this test? These tests replay the entire 10 years of […]

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10 years of Bitcoin history, replayed in under 30 minutes

Today we replayed the entire 10 years of Bitcoin’s transaction history on the Radix ledger, with full transaction and signature validation, on a network of over 1,000 Nodes distributed evenly throughout the world. For the first time since the creation of public, trustless networks, we have demonstrated a technology that can truly support even the […]

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Radix Universe Visualizer

At Radix we like to think big, a useful mindset when trying to create a fast and scalable ledger that can support billions of people. With that in mind, Edgars and I (Stephen Thornton) decided to try and build something that would let us view the entire universe. However, since we were limited to just […]

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Building Decentralized Chess On The Radix Ledger

We previously wrote about how gaming could be the first area to drive global adoption of cryptoassets, with the likes of non-fungible tokens offering the chance to revolutionize how collectibles and gaming intersects. For our hackathon project, we decided to port a game well over a millennium old to Radix: chess. Why? Typically, playing chess […]

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Chess Guardians of The Galaxy Vol. 1

Or Why the Constraint Machine Will Save the Universe … Tasked with making Radix Tempo Consensus programmable, we’ve stumbled upon a new idea we call a Constraint Machine. Humbleness aside, we believe the Radix Constraint Machine is a solution no one has asked for but everyone needs: a scalable, decentralized, real-time/offline, programmable state machine store. […]

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Introduction to the DLT Stack

“Controlling complexity is the essence of computer programming.” -Brian Kernighan Creating correctly working software is hard. Creating correctly working distributed, decentralized, permissionless, scalable software…well, that’s a whole other beast of a problem. To make it easier to think and communicate about complex software systems, software engineers use this concept called a “stack”. Simply put, it […]

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Poker Planning Application

Continuing our look at the output of our internal hackathon, László and I (Damián) decided to build Radix Planner, a project to allow for remote planning poker (also known as Scrum poker) running on Radix. What is it? Planning poker is a gamified technique that is useful for estimating the effort required to achieve different […]

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Introducing the Radix Command Line Interface (CLI) – Internal Hackathon Winner!

We built a powerful Radix CLI to interact with our internal betanet based on the Unix Tools Philosophy.