EVENTFUL: Dusk x 2Tokens
It was October 2019 when Dusk Network joined the 2Tokens Advisory Board to support the leading ecosystem initiative in the Netherlands. After, our business team played a key role in the R&D phase of the initiative, which resulted in the launch of three separate 2Tokens projects. Dusk Network is proud to say that we have been selected to lead one of them, and our technology was an important driver in this decision. We have joined forces with renowned players such as Rabobank, CMS, WatsonLaw, DataFloq, and YesDelft! to make the project a success. 2Tokens also is a member of the InterWork Alliance (IWA), an international network to promote tokenization and education.
2Tokens will use the month of June to promote the launch of all projects, and you will be seeing a lot of us during the coming weeks. Next to all the interviews, webinars, and demos we have planned to support the project launch, we will also feature in the Dutch Blockchain Coalition’s Digital Conference on June 16th. Here we will share exactly how we capitalize on our experience and technology to support the Netherlands as the go-to place for tokenization. Don’t forget to register for the program for free if you’re curious to hear what we have been up to.
If you are a longtime Dusk Network follower, you might have noticed our developers slowed down a bit in the public demos department while upping their nightly activity on Github. Our developers worked their magic on building the most powerful privacy-enabling blockchain in the world, as always, and are working on a series of delicate transitions in different parts of the core architecture.
This transition is invasive, and touches all the different components being part of the overall Dusk Network layout, ranging from network (RaptorQ and Kadcast) to our ZKProof system (Turbo-Plonk) and ZK-friendly data structures. The nature of the transition dictates that they should be rolled out together, leaving little room for demoing individual parts in isolation. Demos of this game-changing collection of improvements will follow suit with a brand new monitoring system (Grafana and Prometheus), and a more pleasant and intuitive overview of benchmarks, howtos, and walkthroughs.