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This week’s Casper Standup covered a novel model of Spencer-Brown’s Laws of Form. https://youtu.be/MXuaOycSrsg
@Moneyguy87 @VladZamfir Now that last finalized state is released to TestNet we expect to have block merge by end of year. Then we modify our PoS contract and in Q1 of 2021 we open up the network to outside Validators, so the network can scale organically.
@Moneyguy87 @VladZamfir To be clear, to get down to subsecond finalization we will have to get the JVM out of the loop in certain code pathways. We don’t have to do this all at once.
Rchain is a such a matching engine for turning complete language, not only orders matching. Interesting how this can be expressed in Rholang. https://twitter.com/SBF_Alameda/status/1332021379294662656
8) So for us, 'upgrade' almost always means 'parallelization'.
The core problem of matching engines is: you can always use more computers to match, but that only works if you can process in parallel.
Say Alice and Bob both submit orders to buy.
a & b can be done in parallel.
@nutzipper Here is a gist for a matchMaker in rholang: https://gist.github.com/leithaus/b5bd9f6df83855255f4a5c81341a73c0#file-rholang-matching
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