Cartesi Partners With IMPA to Open “Smart Contract Laboratory”

Research and development on both existing and future products will be carried out by PhDs at the world-renowned mathematics research institute With the applications of blockchain technology reaching further than many of us could have ever imagined, the benefits of implementing decentralized systems are now becoming too evident to ignore for the global economy. Payments giant Visa recently announced a partnership with Circle Internet Financial, the startup behind the Ethereum blockchain-based US Dollar Coin (USDC), and the global adoption of blockchain infrastructure seems poised to become a reality sooner rather than later. Research and development play a central role in technological advances and, unsurprisingly, countless hours and human resources go into the ideation of tomorrow’s innovations. Cartesi, a project that brings mainstream software to smart contracts through a layer-2 Optimistic Rollups solution, last week announced a formal partnership with Instituto Nacional de Matemática Pura e Aplicada (the Institute for Pure…

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