Take a deep dive into the inner workings of gWASM!
Welcome to the summary of the bi-monthly Reddit AMA, May 2020.
With today’s release, we’re focusing on addressing the most important issues while also adding a couple of minor functionality updates. This version improves the stability and security of our product and should make running Golem smoother for both requestors and providers.
A synopsis of the Golem session at the online event ReadyLayerOne. ‘The next milestone: A Golem (R)evolution’, presented by Piotr Janiuk.
Golem started off in 2014. From its inception, it was popularly called “the sleeping giant of Ethereum.” The first release happened on March 1st 2017, and from then onwards, the software has been evolving continuously.
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With today’s launch, we have reached an important milestone. This current release - Clay Golem Beta 0.23.0 introduces the Task API to mainnet, thereby completing the long-awaited transition from Brass to Clay.
Summary of our Reddit AMA of March 2020
One of the Migration requirements was that our new ERC-20 should be compatible with Layer 2 scaling solutions. To this end, we have been reaching out to various teams working on L2 and commissioned ETHWorks to do research sprints in order to find out which alternatives could fit Golem best.
We’re excited to announce that we’re starting a community migration from the Golem Rocket Chat to a public Discord chat.
Welcome to the first part of our new series, this year we’ll be bringing out a set of webinars aimed at showcasing Golem, with the goal of expanding to our community and helping developers get involved in the Golem Project.
Golem Hive can be thought of as the first layer of a decentralized cloud. It allows for creating a virtual network of Docker containers on top of the Golem Network.
As we continue evolving our software and vision, we’re asking ourselves all the hard questions about what are we building, who are we building it for, and if we’re communicating it accordingly.
We think that decentralized storage is a key part of our future, and of the internet of the future - as well as decentralized compute, such as the one we build here at Golem.
Now it’s time to dig a little bit deeper into what this is, and what it means for the Golem users. To make this article more dev-oriented, to give our users a deeper dive into the API.
In case you missed it, just two weeks ago we released Brass Golem 0.22 and with it, launched the Concent Service and the usage-based marketplace to mainnet and our new Task API to testnet.
The release that we’re hereby launching, the brand new Brass Golem Beta 0.22.0 brings along many goodies that we have been preparing on the back burners for a long time.
We are happy to welcome the new year - and the new decade, which is always an exciting event - with fresh plans for the future of Golem, a Task API around the corner, and more.
But first, let us open this interview with some good news… Graphene v1.0.1 was just released!
As part of our People of Golem series, the team shares insights on their day to day responsibilities and what makes Unlimited such a cool product.
Building Clay is a continuous process with a milestone set for the release of mainnet Task API. However, the Clay team responsibilities go beyond
Building decentralized applications can be easy. In the next paragraphs you will find out how we simplified a previously cumbersome process by launching our latest meta-use case, gWASM.
We’re back with another edition of our team updates. If you missed the previous one, check out what the CGI team has to say, and what goes behind the scenes at R&D.
After several meetings and workshops, BalticLSC (Baltic Large-Scale Computing) and Golem are ready to announce the collaboration between the two.
Golem has made a big investment (time and resources) towards a very active R&D team - staying curious, at the forefront experimentation and pushing innovation forward are paramount for our company.