We have identified an opportunity to reduce the noise circulating throughout the blockchain ecosystem regarding L2 solutions, so enterprises can focus on using DLT and the Baseline Protocol to create transformative enterprise value. That opportunity is to integrate Connext, to which we have been contributing since 2019, with Provide Privacy, to offer a value-added L2 with native support for zero-knowledge proofs and state channels under one unified architecture. Integrating state channels into our Privacy architecture unlocks a number of new use-case permutations and creates unprecedented composability across various liquidity providers, chains and assets.
Unibright posted a recap of the Baseline-as-a-Service Demo Day we hosted on December 10, 2020. Check out the full article and interactive landing page.
Provide is hosting the first Baseline-as-a-Service Demo Day on December 10th.
CONA Services (Coke One North America) launches project with Provide and Unibright to establish a “Coca-Cola Bottling Harbor.”
In November, Carmony will be participating in the Talking Traffic Light Challenge using Provide to showcase a new application that tracks license plate traffic through intersections, and makes that data queryable. The ambitious project will focus on integrating a license plate recognition oracle, with much of the application foundation built on the Provide platform and the new Provide message bus service that is currently in beta.
In this case study for Provide's blockchain service packs, we share the background and results of a technical security audit of the Counterfactual smart contracts for Connext v2, the popular peer-to-peer micropayments infrastructure.