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iExec Dapp Challenge #1: Winner Gets 1 Ticket for Devcon3

Devcon3 is coming and we’re super excited to showcase the first version of the iExec SDK at the conference. In 3 minutes, you can go through this fun tutorial, or just watch this video to see how it works. The iExec SDK repository is also available on Github. Read the full article on our blog

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About Trust and Agents Incentives

“About Trust and Agents Incentives” by Hadrien Croubois “Why iExec needs Proof-of-Contribution? The iExec platform provides a network where application provider, workers, and users can gather and work together. Trust between these agents is to be achieved through the use of blockchain technology (Nakamoto consensus) and cryptography. (…)” Blog: https://medium.com/iex-ec Tweet: https://goo.gl/N9pZwG Newsletter: https://goo.gl/hNrHaU

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Blockchain and climate Workshop

iExec will be participating to the workshop on blockchain and climate organized by Louis Bachelier Institute on October 11, 2017 in Paris. [French] The Climate Chain est un projet de recherche appliqué de l’Institut Louis Bachelier visant à étudier les protocoles Blockchain et les architectures DLT les mieux adaptés à la mise en œuvre d’une infrastructure digitale[…]

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iExec in Le Figaro

Gilles Fedak, co-founder of iExec, is interviewed in Le Figaro. It’s the broadest audience in France (mainstream daily press). The article is about ICOs and startups. The title on the newspaper cover can be translated by “Startups bet on virtual currencies” Read the article (in French)

iExec is ready for Devcon 3

Devcon 2 in Shanghai was an important moment for iExec. Gilles Fedak presented the project for the first time ever, and we received a warm welcoming from the community. This time, Devcon 3 will be in Cancun, Mexico, and the iExec team is ready and excited to be part of it. (…) Read the full[…]

iExec Dev. Letter #9

“This developer letter #9 introduces the first release of the iExec Explorer, and presents our new hires. We also take the opportunity to answer the recent concerns our community has brought to us. (…)” Read the Dev. Letter on our blog