What ever happened to LC blockchain?
ambassador at fourthworld.com
Fri Dec 16 14:25:30 EST 2022
The question is almost too big to answer, akin to asking about file
systems or sockets. The range of applications for blockchains are
currently too big to count, and only just beginning.
As far as a role for LC, I've seen some interest from LC users but
nothing very specific, and nothing along the lines of libraries or
I am meeting with another LC user with an interest in this space next
week. If anything noteworthy comes up I'll report back.
In the meantime, my own interest is mostly centered around the corner of
the Ethereum world focused on smart contracts. I have no interest in
speculative psuedo-currency applications, but now that Eth2 is running
and gas fees are plummeting, there's a universe of opportunity in smart
contracts. At the moment nearly all of that work is limited to one
language, Solidity, so that and studying the underlying protocols and
data structures of Ethereum nodes have been where my time in this space
has been invested.
Fourth World Systems
Rick Harrison wrote:> Hi Richard,
> This is my first real exploration of how it works,
> and I wondered if anyone had tried to do anything
> using LiveCode.
> I didn’t have any application in mind yet, I was just
> wondering how difficult it might be to work with the
> concepts in an LC environment.
> This was more of a question of what’s out there
> already that I should know about, not about what
> do I need, as that has yet to be defined.
> If you know of some good resources/examples
> please let me know.
> Thanks for getting back to me!
>> On Dec 16, 2022, at 1:57 PM, Richard Gaskin via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
>> Hard to say what became of that particular group from so long ago, and given how blockchain use cases have expanded in the years since it can be challenging just identifying what types of blockchain integrations would be most useful with a GUI toolkit like LC.
>> I've started dipping my toe in the waters of Solidity as one way to explore this space. But it's such a vast space...
>> What are you working on, and what do you need?
>> Richard Gaskin
>> Fourth World Systems
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