Hello everyone, and welcome to our February status update. Before we start, we want to apologise that such a long period of time has passed
I'm back. If you read my last article, then you know that Nimbus is not just for your desktop. That said, you're probably asking yourself,
It's interop week! The #Ethereum 2.0 #Interop Lock-in GeneralAssembly0 is off to a good start. pic.twitter.com/EffKaLLhpw — Joseph Delong (@josephdelong) September
The Nimbus team met in Berlin to discuss priorities, goals, and plans. Come learn what we've decided, what we've launched, and where we're going next.
What do the terms justification and finalization mean? How do they matter in the context of Ethereum 2.0?
News and updates in Nimbus land - a Ganache starter kit for Eth2, more news about the nim smart contract language, eth1 upgrades, and more
Nimbus now recognizes Geth and Parity, seems to be syncing as fast as Geth, and has some nifty metrics. Also, Nim is getting its own smart contract sub-language 😱
Talking to other clients, documentation suites, and more!
What constitutes randomness in a blockchain? How is it achieved? What's RANDAO and what's VDF? Let's dive into blockchain chaos.
Nimbus development update: upping our docs game, whisper incoming, byzantium incoming, testnets chugging along!
It's been a long time in the making, but Nimbus finally has a Nimbus-to-Nimbus Ethereum 2.0 testnet ready. Let's take a look at how to join it!
We are gearing up for a full scale testnet between Nimbus clients. Help us test things and earn some shiny kudos!
Nimbus can now run beefier simulations, has basic sync protocol built in, and has dramatically improved performance. We're also past Homestead on Ethereum 1.0!
What has the Nimbus team done since the last update? What are they doing next?
Note: this post references information that is no longer up to date. Our simulation has progressed significantly since the time this was published, but the