Namada NEEDS YOU to test out the various features on Namada. But joining the Namada testnet can sometimes prove to be an arduous task, especially for a user that isn't super comfortable using the terminal and navigating the documentation. For reference, the documentation on how to setup a namada node is at https://docs.namada.net However, there is now an alternative! Below, I made a cheat script for you to use that should work with any Mac/Ubuntu machine. Copy and paste the below code into
In a milestone announcement at Osmocon2023 in Paris, France, Adrian Brink, co-founder of Namada, unveiled plans for an upcoming feature known as “Shielded Swaps” on Osmosis. The potential impact of this innovation is already generating excitement within the industry, offering Osmosis users the ability to privately swap tokens on a chain that doesn't inherently support privacy. Hot off the press from Osmocon 2023: Brace yourselves for a game-changer! Osmosis is joining forces with @Namada for '
The collective forces of Namada and Anoma have been summoned to partake in an extensive array of blockchain events. This grand series of engagements reaches its zenith at the Ethereum Community Conference (EthCC), set to be held in the heart of Paris this July. While EthCC undoubtedly steals the limelight, the blockchain week is inaugurated a day earlier with the "Autonomous Ecologies II" on July 16 and concludes with an assortment of side events. Here is a glimpse into the series of events:
Namada, a PoS L1 for interchain asset-agnostic privacy, has been featured in a recent report by Messari, the digital asset research firm. The report offers an in-depth look at the Namada protocol and its goal to equip users with a single, asset-agnostic privacy set shared across all networks.
Zcash pioneered both the applied political philosophy and the cryptographic substrate required for freedom- and privacy-preserving payments. Without their work, neither the ZK ecosystem nor the ongoing dialogue about the public benefit of private payments would exist as we know them today. The Zcash protocol, community, and asset continue to be a font of world-class cryptography research (e.g. Halo 2), an organizing force promoting the importance of consent-preserving protocols in the public con
On Namada the shielded set is subsidised, so that the initial users do not depend on the existence of a sufficiently large shielded set. Instead, the subsidy is programmed to ensure that no matter the size of the shielded set, there is sufficient incentive for assets to enter the shielded set.
Namada couldn't have come to be without prior pioneering research and implementation work in cryptography, distributed systems, cryptoeconomic protocol design, and public advocacy for open access to cryptography in a civil society. In order to express our gratitude, the Anoma Foundation has decided to allocate a large portion of the Namada genesis block to retroactive public goods funding. Part of this retroactive public goods funding will be allocated to specific projects and communities which