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What’s next for AKAP?

A few days ago my friend Mo and myself released the AKAP contract. This contract implements the AKA protocol, which only briefly is described as somewhat like LDAP for Ethereum. That in itself doesn’t tell you much. Only the especially interested will read the whitepaper, and think about the possibilities. Instead, what’s needed is to […]

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Distributed computing is less binary, more probability

Since late 2011 I’ve been working on distributed computing platforms, where software that runs across more than one machine is running as what we’d call a cluster. Now, as I focus more on blockchain and DLT, a lot of the approaches to computing are similar. A lightweight version of the challenges with working on distributed […]

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2 projects in parallel

I’ve been working hard on the AgoraOpus project over at portfolio construction for a few months now. It’s been great to finally be able to focus fully on this, as it’s been a side project for so long. Many things have been put in place since the start of the year. Examples include a social […]

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Pushing on

Been live for around 3.5 weeks, and let me tell you, it’s been a breath of fresh air to finally be able to focus on content rather than just technical work. We’re 7 blog posts and a couple of simple YouTube videos in, and yes, writing that often is a bit of a stretch. But, […]

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Going all in

I thought I’d start using my personal blog here to begin blogging about my full time venture into releasing and growing my AgoraOpus Portfolio Construction service. While I’ll be using the blog section over there to write about the specifics on that service / site, I’ll try to use my blog here to post more […]