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As a community of builders, Golem believes in the potential and opportunities that web 3 technologies facilitate. For almost 3 years now, the team has been working on building the Golem Network. Through that time we’ve not only been working on our roadmap milestones, but a substantial amount of our research has been directed towards allowing the implementation of blockchain technologies in multiple industries. Specifically, the latter focus was set in motion after Brass was launched from Testnet into the Ethereum Mainnet. While Golem remains our focus, in parallel, we are looking for other use cases for Golem and work for the betterment of the Decentralized ecosystem as a whole.
We are almost ready to introduce the WASM and RASPA use cases and are strongly involved in developing Graphene for Intel Software Guard Extensions (Intel SGX) - a software that can significantly increase the security and privacy in the Golem network and in the Blockchain industry as a whole. We also constantly look for partners and other projects that could benefit from using the Golem network as a computing platform or to leverage their computing resources.
Golem and Hoard strengthen ties
Luckily, our team has found a perfect “partner in crime” in the room right around the corner - our friends from Hoard - that work under the same roof as us. To build this collaboration we started with meetings, discussions, brainstorming. It was a process. Hoard is an expert in the gamedev field, knowing its advantages, tricks, caveats, and the latest cutting edge tools for the industry. On the other hand, the Golem team as a whole has gathered a top notch roster of experts on diverse fields of computing science, security, distributed systems and new programming languages, to name a few.
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