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Moving Past Smart Contracts: Natively Composable DLT with Radix

A highly-tuned engine

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Radix Engine: A Simple, Secure Smart Contract Alternative

As we discussed in a previous post, Radix is made of two layers: the Radix Engine and the Radix Ledger. The Radix Engine is the application layer for Radix – the part that developers directly interact with. While similar in concept to the virtual machine provided by smart contract platforms like Ethereum or Hyperledger, the […]

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Radix Engine and Ledger: The Road to Adoption

As we approach our open source release of the Radix Engine, it seemed a good time to put all of this in to context. How do all these technology pieces relate? How do they help developers build applications? How does this get us to the Radix vision of offering anyone anywhere friction-free access to the […]

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Radix Q4 2019 Update

In the last two years we have worked with everyone from startups to banks to space-agencies to governments; helping them understand how to build and deploy scalable Decentralised Ledger Technology (DLT). For many applications, Radix is the only truly scalable choice. This work has sat right at the core of what we do – helping […]

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Radflix: Building A Movie Streaming Service on Radix

Hackathon #2 Overview During our second internal Hackathon, we decided to model and build a simple movie streaming service where you can actually own and trade the movies that you acquire. Our 2-member team (Edgars and me) had one day to build the Radflix movie service from scratch, but thanks to our client libraries and […]

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Scaling DLT to over 1M TPS on Google Cloud

Radix achieves a record-breaking 1.4 million financial transactions per second using just $700 of Google Cloud infrastructure. The test, which replayed 10 years of Bitcoin transactions history in less than an hour, was done on 1,187 Google servers, spread across 17 countries. To put this result into context, it’s almost 17x greater than the maximum […]

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Podium – A Decentralized Social Network built on Radix

Last year, in Lithuania, Radix conducted their first Hackathon at Pillar Project’s Unconference. Out of the many innovative projects built during the Hackathon, one that had a particular mass-market application was Podium – a decentralized social network that is built to take advantage of Radix’s unprecedented scalability and end the toxicity prevalent on social media […]

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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 […]