Jeremy Beal, Researcher
Posts by Jeremy
Joshy Orndorff sits down with Mike Stay, CTO and Co-Founder of Pyrofex, to cover a wide range of topics and clear up misconceptions about the technology behind RChain and the semantics of Rholang.
- Our current dependence on ISP infrastructures can be dangerous during emergency situations.
- Mesh networks do not have the same dependencies and can prove more reliable in catastrophes.
- Blockchain solutions will help us communicate and coordinate more efficiently and effectively. (more…)
This interview is part of a series conducted during RCon3. Each talk features individuals in the RChain ecosystem that provide knowledge and resources to help us create tools that allow everyone to coordinate and communicate better.
A COMM event is a delivery of a message from one process to another process. It's the most fundamental operation that Rholang does...Contracts are processes that stick around and receive arbitrarily many messages. You can declare or deploy messages sent on one of these channels where there's a contract listening on the other end. When you do a deployment of a message to a particular channel and there's something listening there, it puts both of them together and then continues executing. This idea of taking a listener and the sender and joining them together, that is a COMM event.