Here is a non-exaustive list of our current and past projects.
Bitcoin-Monero Atomic Swaps
We actively research and develop atomic swap technologies, especially between Bitcoin and Monero blockchains. Our latest research resulted in a preprint paper, in which we demonstrated for the first time a full protocol to exchange bitcoin and monero anonymously, in a trustless, permissionless, and peer-to-peer manner.
- Research paper preprint
- Interview on Monero Talk, a podcast from privacy advocate Douglas Tuman (August 2020)
- Presentation at Defcon28 (July 2020)
- Older interview on Monero Talk (December 2019)
- Presentation at 36CCC (December 2019)
The Monero Rust Library
We originally created and maintain with the help of the Rust community the
monero crate under the
monero-rs GitHub organization, which hosts Monero Rust centric projects.
The library supports de/serialization on block data structures, key/address/sub-address generation and parsing, private keys and one-time keys creation, and scanning transaction output with key pairs with output discovery.
Bitcoin Fee Estimator
The bitcoin mempool is messy and too many people are jumping the line, congesting whoever is behind. Let’s organize that mess. No randomly jumping in front of the line no more! Rather squeeze in and dance with the queue. This work was commissioned by Bity SA.
Once upon a time, we wanted to create a tech for a simple, one-way payment channel for debit card payments (which are mostly one way as well). We had some technical achievements, but our business partners never progressed.
- Bitcoin Payment Channel Whitepaper
- Bitcoin Payment Channel Partial Implementation
- Ethereum Payment Channel Whitepaper
- Payment Channel Analysis
CBC Casper Consensus Mechanism
You know that one time that you got abducted to a foreign planet?