In the case you missed it, iEx.ec was present at the SC16 (Super Computing 16) event, held during November at Salt Lake City, Utah.
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iEx.ec has released the source code for the smart contract that manage the RLC token crowdsale. https://github.com/iExecBlockchainComputing/rlc-token The Smart contract has been audited by OpenZeppelin, a reference in security audit. The review is publicly available and can be read on their medium blog. The analysis did not show severe or critical vulnerabilities and all recommandations … Continued
Welcome to the bi-monthly iExec development letter! What have we done those past 15 days: organizing, recruiting, and releasing. Project Management Execution is key to success, and development is not a scalable process per se. All developers know that organization is key, and good project management procedure should be implemented as early as possible. Mircea … Continued
The day after the crowdsale finished, iExec will kickoff. It means that fund will be spent to ensure a rapid growth. The iExec team is committed to provide the best level of transparency, while preserving investors, trade and industrial secrecy. This post covers our transparency policy with regards to progress update, budget allocation, team vesting. … Continued
Hello and welcome to the IEXEC bi-weekly development letter. Today, we’ll report on the Parity multisig hack and give some perspective on research & development. The day we lost 120K ETH… On Jul-19–2017 06:35:06 PM, I received an automatic notification email from etherscan.io that was signaling some activity on the Ethereum multisig wallet, where … Continued