We decided to design rDAI in a very simple and straightforward way. We allow users to deposit their DAI, get back an equal amount of rDAI, and choose who gets the interest. The core things we tried to optimize for were: rDAI must be easily transferable, and completely fungible The interest must be easily programmable Read more about The Allocation Strategy and upgradeability[…]
Compound v2 introduced cTokens, allowing users to have an ever appreciating asset to move to cold storage. We took this one step further.
Hoarding Data is profitable Data has become the most powerful economic driver of the last decade, with companies like Google and Facebook achieving market dominance through data collection and analysis. However, this has brought with it significant debate around the issues of personal data and privacy. The current model of data-driven businesses is based on Read more about Health Records are a gold mine[…]
AiWar.io is an open-ended project of decentral.ee, currently with no external funding (get in touch if you want to support it!). AiWar’s objective is that of creating a decentralized and peer-to-peer tool to play any turn based game with on-chain validation and real stakes. AiWar is a full dApp, with 100% of the business logic Read more about AiWar.io[…]
If you got to this article, you probably received one of Decentral.ee’s NFC business cards. This idea surfaced during our research on how to use the blockchain for tracking physical assets, and our early prototype for a blockchain-connected tokens. If you have one of our cards, please read on to find out how you Read more about 10 Creative uses for NFC tags[…]
Crypto Tokens The ERC-20 standard, first proposed in 2015, created the opportunity for anyone to easily create new currency/tokens on the Ethereum blockchain. The technology isn’t new. You could create tokens on Bitcoin using so called coloured coins. However, with ERC20 a standard was broadly agreed on and formalized, guaranteeing interoperability of tokens between applications Read more about Non-Fungible-Tokens. What’s next?[…]
The concept of DAOs (Decentralized Autonomous Organizations) was first introduced by Dan Larimer in 2013. Essentially a DAO is an organization whose workings are solely defined by code. This code establishes rules that define all the internal mechanisms that manage the allocation of the organization’s funds. In a blockchain, these rules (called smart contracts) are automatically enforced Read more about Decentralized Autonomous Future[…]