Technical Question: Can WASM code be encrypted by the task giver and then have the solution decrypted by that same task giver? This way, any proprietary or private information cannot be accessed by the solvers or challengers?
**There is a network of Truebit miners (anyone - free entry system - anyone can install the client on their computer -
i have read this artikel https://medium.com/truebit/truebit-the-marketplace-for-verifiable-computation-f51d1726798f and I am now wondering which of the both Incentive Layers has been deployed? Or has none of them?
Small reminder in the artikel it is stated that
Incentive Layer 1: forced errors & jackpot:
forces the solver from time to time submit a wrong solution so that the verifiers have an incentive
Incentive Layer 2: multiple solvers and pairwise verification games:
there are multiple solvers and they all release their solution at the same time and the verification game is made between the clusters of solutions.
Thanks in advance!
another Question: As this Article states : https://medium.com/truebit/truebit-the-marketplace-for-verifiable-computation-f51d1726798f
"The API for interacting with the Truebit protocol is simple: a single function on the Truebit smart contract called createTask."
Is the Smart Contract anywhere available or implemented? Can i look into the smart contract code ?
Thanks in advance!
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Imagine making that argument in court. “We never intended to get this token out to market” silly. Intentions don’t really matter, it’s the fact it has happened and the team is relatively radio silent. No roadmap, no engagement, secret groups, private repository, the list goes on.
If this is not to be used for investment then perhaps they would have done better with a private blockchain limited to specific people. Alas, we are here and you’re again, not contributing at all in getting answers.