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OCamlPro has developed its blockchain, solving many Bitcoin limitations.
OCamlPro has developed its own blockchain, in collaboration with a US partner. The new blockchain, developed in OCaml, solves many limitations of Bitcoin blockchain, unfortunately still often proposed, and provides much higher guarantees in terms of security and safety.
Après des nombreuses années de recherche en monnaie électronique, aucun système n'a été déployé de façon large jusqu'à l'introduction de Bitcoin et d'autres "crypto-monnaies".
Cécile Pierrot is a researcher on the Caramba team. Straddling mathematics and computer science, Cécile chose to specialise in cryptography.
Created 10 years ago, Bitcoin allows secure and anonymous payments without going through a bank. The new currency is based on a particularly well-design mechanism called a blockchain. A mixture of cryptography and distributed architecture, this tamper-proof registry guarantees the validity of successive transactions. But problems are arising: the computing cost is soaring. Energy expenditure as well. It is also impossible to manage a large number of transactions per second. Specializing in peer-to-peer (P2P) networks, researcher Emmanuelle Anceaume, from Rennes, proposes two new innovations to enable it to transition to another scale.
- Emmanuelle Enceaume
- INRIA Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique