Being lazy without getting bloated
Haskell nothunks library goes a long way towards making memory leaks a thing of the past
24 September 2020 25 mins read
In our Developer Deep Dive series of occasional technical blogs, we invite IOHK’s engineers to discuss their latest work and insights.
Haskell is a lazy language. The importance of laziness has been widely discussed elsewhere: Why Functional Programming Matters is one of the classic papers on the topic, and A History of Haskell: Being Lazy with Class discusses it at length as…
Project Catalyst; introducing our first public fund for Cardano community innovation
An exciting experiment to start building the future of Cardano
16 September 2020 4 mins read
Today, we are announcing the launch of Project Catalyst’s first public fund, an important first step into the world of on-chain governance, treasury, and community innovation for Cardano.
The public fund launch follows five months of intense activity, across two previous trial ‘funds’. ‘Fund 0’ was the very first experiment, using a focus group made up from IOG team members…
Project Catalyst and Voltaire bring power to the people
Establishing a long-term future for Cardano growth has begun with a treasury and democratic voting in the Catalyst project
10 September 2020 7 mins read
Designing a groundbreaking proof-of-stake blockchain means it is vital to ensure that the system is self-sustainable. This will allow it to drive growth and maturity in a truly decentralized and organic way. Voltaire is IOHK’s way of establishing this capability, allowing the community to maintain the Cardano blockchain while continuing to develop it by proposing and…