sCrypt introduces a new type of Bitcoin smart contract called private key puzzles, which can only be solved by providing the corresponding private key of a given public key.
In this piece, sCrypt’s Xiaohui Liu investigates the claims made by BTC evangelist Jameson Lopp in his recent article, focusing on technical and objective arguments, instead of philosophical differences.
In this episode of the CoinGeek Weekly Livestream, RUN's CEO Brenton Gunning describes how he started his journey with BSV blockchain and reveals some updates with the RUN protocol.
sCrypt has developed a smart contract-based vault, where Bitcoins locked inside can only be transferred after a user defined time delay.
In this article, Xiaohui Liu further explained how to access blockchain data from Bitcoin smart contracts and how it could be extended to include a chain of blocks.
In this article, Xiaohui Liu shows how to access blockchain data in Bitcoin smart contracts with minimal trust and provides an example of how to use that data to generate pseudo-random numbers.
Xiaohui Liu, founder and CEO of Scrypt, discusses how smart contracts can benefit businesses and outlines the company's products in his presentation at the CoinGeek Conference in New York.
When at first the market discovered cryptocurrencies, people took to inventing new blockchains with new tokens to raise money and cash out at the expense of new adopters buying into their projects filled with high promise.
Tokenized will provide internal control accounting and smart contract management solutions, which includes tokenizing investors' participation in the Aequantium’s managed futures fund.
Aequantium will leverage the Tokenized system for the on-chain verification of token transactions, as well as to provide access to fund data for both participants and regulators.
Tokenized supplements traditional contracts with blockchain-based computer-programmable contracts that use software to enhance and automate several elements of contractual experiences.