This talk will look at how we use Rust at Concordium. Three core components of our block-chain node are implemented in Rust: the peer-to-peer networking layer; our cryptographic protocols, including our distinctive identity layer; and the interpreter for our WebAssembly smart contracts. Moreover, we support Rust as our primary source language for smart contract development.
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Rust at Concordium
Thomas is a senior developer at Concordium, working on their blockchain node. Before that, he was an assistant professor at Aarhus University's Department of Computer Science.