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Here is a quick overview of the Oasis Network and future plans Oasis is a privacy focused Layer 1 platform. The network is built with a modular architecture similar to Polkadot and Ethereum 2.0 which consists of two distinct layers. One layer which is the underlying consensus blockchain which handles just consensus and validation of proofs from the 2nd layer which is the execution layer. The execution layer consists of Parallel Runtimes referred to as ParaTimes. ParaTimes can essentially be thought of as rollups, which are extremely versatile and customizable. ParaTimes for example can be built to support ZK rollups submitting validity proofs, Optimistic rollups submitting fraud proofs, as well as rollups which function as distinct smart contract platforms submitting bare-metal proofs. https://medium.com/oasis-protocol-project/oasis-network-architecture-designed-for-scaling-2799994a4a21. Oasis is working to bring increased functionality and use cases to the decentralized and trustless web3 space. As Oasis is heavily focused on confidentiality and privacy, the initiatives are focused on bringing these aspects to different sectors within Web3 such as DeFi, Gaming, Data governance, and more by leveraging different functionalities enabled by the Oasis Network. The first product, and the primary priority for the rest of 2022 is the Confidential EVM called Sapphire. Sapphire is a confidential EVM based smart contract environment which supports confidential smart contracts by leveraging TEE technology. Sapphire is a game changer as it allows developers to add confidentiality to their smart contracts however they so choose. On all DEXs today you can see the inputs and out puts when a trade is made (ie. 100 USDC for 0.1 ETH). On Sapphire a developer could choose to keep this aspect confidential so that you could only see this wallet interacted with a particular contract, but you would not be able to see what either the input or the output of the trade. This can be very attractive to institutional traders who are used to having more privacy in their trades and who value the ability to make trades without their competitors being able to monitor them. It also would have the added benefit of eliminating MEV as the validators are also not able to see the inputs and outputs and therefore that arbitrage opportunity would not exist. There have been attempts at building confidential smart contract platforms on other networks so far, but these environments are not EVM and therefore are not able to leverage the massive network effects of the developer community as well as existing tooling that comes with an EVM. Sapphire being the first confidential EVM will enable developers to start adding confidentiality into their smart contracts day 1, without the need for tooling services to be developed or requiring new coding languages to be learned. Once Sapphire mainnet is launched there really is no reason not to build on Sapphire, and Sapphire is best positioned to provide the best runtime experience for developers. The other major initiative propelling the web3 space forward is the Oasis Data Governance tool, Parcel. Parcel is a data sharing and governance platform which enables; private data marketplaces, data governance (to insulate a company from data custody risk), analytics cleanrooms, and data tokenization. Recently Oasis partnered with Genetica to bring Parcel’s privacy tech to their customers. Genetica is the fastest growing personal gene sequencing company in Asia. Through this partnership, Genetica will leverage the Parcel API to give their users complete control over how their sequenced gentica data is used and analyzed. User’s genetic data will be uploaded directly to Parcel where they alone have access and control over their data. They will then be able to set permissions on their data which enables them to share the data as they wish.The idea is that they will be able to share the data so that it is sent to a blackbox execution environment. At that point a company which meets their specific permission criteria will then be able to run computation in this blackbox. At the end the data will come back to the user in Parcel and the company will have the result of the computation or Machine Learning Algorithm (MLA) such that the company was still able to get the valuable insight it needs, but also which preserves the privacy of the highly sensitive and private genome data of the user. By submitting root-hashes to the underlying consensus blockchain the data governance inherits the same high integrity and trustless nature that powers sectors like DeFi and P2E gaming today. Auth3 is using Parcel for their Mbuddy product. Mbuddy enables users to share social media data in a way which they never give up custody. One use case so far has been for social media airdrop campaigns. Users can prove they liked, RT’d, shared a post and claim their reward without ever having to share their private information with a third party. This is a major game changer as holding this sort of contest without Parcel would require the winner of the contest to submit a wallet to receive the rewards thus enabling the data collector to link a wallet with a particular individual’s social media accounts. Parcel also stands to push the NFT space forward as developers can create confidential NFTs where certain aspects of the NFT can be seen on-chain by everyone, but others are stored confidentially on parcel and can only be seen by the NFT holder. The applications of this technology can be used across various sectors such as intellectual property, collectibles, event ticketing, DeFi, and Gaming. For example in gaming there has been initial interest in having in-game items as NFTs, but which keeps the stats of those items confidential or to have items which have treasure clues or lore that only the NFT owner can seee. Currently Parcel has support for this feature on the Oasis Network and Ethereum, however, it is possible to enable it on other blockchains in the future. I know this was a lot, but hopefully it was helpful.

>Oasis is a privacy focused Layer 1 platform. The network is built with a modular architecture similar to Polkadot and Ethereum 2.0 which consists of two distinct layers. One layer which is the underlying consensus blockchain which handles just consensus and validation of proofs from the 2nd layer which is the execution layer. The execution layer consists of Parallel Runtimes referred to as ParaTimes. ParaTimes can essentially be thought of as rollups, which are extremely versatile and customizable. ParaTimes for example can be built to support ZK rollups submitting validity proofs, Optimistic rollups submitting fraud proofs, as well as rollups which function as distinct smart contract platforms submitting bare-metal proofs. https://medium.com/oasis-protocol-project/oasis-network-architecture-designed-for-scaling-2799994a4a21. > >Oasis is working to bring increased functionality and use cases to the decentralized and trustless web3 space. As Oasis is heavily focused on confidentiality and privacy, our initiatives are focused on bringing these aspects to different sectors within Web3 such as DeFi, Gaming, Data governance, and more by leveraging different functionalities enabled by the Oasis Network. > >The first product, and the primary priority for the rest of 2022 is the Confidential EVM called Sapphire. Sapphire is a confidential EVM based smart contract environment which supports confidential smart contracts by leveraging TEE technology. Sapphire is a game changer as it allows developers to add confidentiality to their smart contracts however they so choose. On all DEXs today you can see the inputs and out puts when a trade is made (ie. 100 USDC for 0.1 ETH). On Sapphire a developer could choose to keep this aspect confidential so that you could only see this wallet interacted with a particular contract, but you would not be able to see what either the input or the output of the trade. This can be very attractive to institutional traders who are used to having more privacy in their trades and who value the ability to make trades without their competitors being able to monitor them. It also would have the added benefit of eliminating MEV as the validators are also not able to see the inputs and outputs and therefore that arbitrage opportunity would not exist. There have been attempts at building confidential smart contract platforms on other networks so far, but these environments are not EVM and therefore are not able to leverage the massive network effects of the developer community as well as existing tooling that comes with an EVM. Sapphire being the first confidential EVM will enable developers to start adding confidentiality into their smart contracts day 1, without the need for tooling services to be developed or requiring new coding languages to be learned. Once Sapphire mainnet is launched there really is no reason not to build on Sapphire, and Sapphire is best positioned to provide the best runtime experience for developers.The other major initiative propelling the web3 space forward is the Oasis Data Governance tool, Parcel. Parcel is a data sharing and governance platform which enables; private data marketplaces, data governance (to insulate a company from data custody risk), analytics cleanrooms, and data tokenization. > >Recently Oasis partnered with Genetica to bring Parcel’s privacy tech to their customers. Genetica is the fastest growing personal gene sequencing company in Asia. Through this partnership, Genetica will leverage the Parcel API to give their users complete control over how their sequenced gentica data is used and analyzed. User’s genetic data will be uploaded directly to Parcel where they alone have access and control over their data. They will then be able to set permissions on their data which enables them to share the data as they wish.The idea is that they will be able to share the data so that it is sent to a blackbox execution environment. At that point a company which meets their specific permission criteria will then be able to run computation in this blackbox. At the end the data will come back to the user in Parcel and the company will have the result of the computation or Machine Learning Algorithm (MLA) such that the company was still able to get the valuable insight it needs, but also which preserves the privacy of the highly sensitive and private genome data of the user. By submitting root-hashes to the underlying consensus blockchain the data governance inherits the same high integrity and trustless nature that powers sectors like DeFi and P2E gaming today. > >Auth3 is using Parcel for their Mbuddy product. Mbuddy enables users to share social media data in a way which they never give up custody. One use case so far has been for social media airdrop campaigns. Users can prove they liked, RT’d, shared a post and claim their reward without ever having to share their private information with a third party. This is a major game changer as holding this sort of contest without Parcel would require the winner of the contest to submit a wallet to receive the rewards thus enabling the data collector to link a wallet with a particular individual’s social media accounts. > >Parcel also stands to push the NFT space forward as developers can create confidential NFTs where certain aspects of the NFT can be seen on-chain by everyone, but others are stored confidentially on parcel and can only be seen by the NFT holder. The applications of this technology can be used across various sectors such as intellectual property, collectibles, event ticketing, DeFi, and Gaming. For example in gaming there has been initial interest in having in-game items as NFTs, but which keeps the stats of those items confidential or to have items which have treasure clues or lore that only the NFT owner can seee. Currently Parcel has support for this feature on the Oasis Network and Ethereum, however, it is possible to enable it on other blockchains in the future. > >I know this was a lot, but hopefully it was helpful.

Oasis is a privacy focused Layer 1 platform. The network is built with a modular architecture similar to Polkadot and Ethereum 2.0 which consists of two distinct layers. One layer which is the underlying consensus blockchain which handles just consensus and validation of proofs from the 2nd layer which is the execution layer. The execution layer consists of Parallel Runtimes referred to as ParaTimes. ParaTimes can essentially be thought of as rollups, which are extremely versatile and customizable. ParaTimes for example can be built to support ZK rollups submitting validity proofs, Optimistic rollups submitting fraud proofs, as well as rollups which function as distinct smart contract platforms submitting bare-metal proofs. https://medium.com/oasis-protocol-project/oasis-network-architecture-designed-for-scaling-2799994a4a21. Oasis is working to bring increased functionality and use cases to the decentralized and trustless web3 space. As Oasis is heavily focused on confidentiality and privacy, our initiatives are focused on bringing these aspects to different sectors within Web3 such as DeFi, Gaming, Data governance, and more by leveraging different functionalities enabled by the Oasis Network. The first product, and the primary priority for the rest of 2022 is the Confidential EVM called Sapphire. Sapphire is a confidential EVM based smart contract environment which supports confidential smart contracts by leveraging TEE technology. Sapphire is a game changer as it allows developers to add confidentiality to their smart contracts however they so choose. On all DEXs today you can see the inputs and out puts when a trade is made (ie. 100 USDC for 0.1 ETH). On Sapphire a developer could choose to keep this aspect confidential so that you could only see this wallet interacted with a particular contract, but you would not be able to see what either the input or the output of the trade. This can be very attractive to institutional traders who are used to having more privacy in their trades and who value the ability to make trades without their competitors being able to monitor them. It also would have the added benefit of eliminating MEV as the validators are also not able to see the inputs and outputs and therefore that arbitrage opportunity would not exist. There have been attempts at building confidential smart contract platforms on other networks so far, but these environments are not EVM and therefore are not able to leverage the massive network effects of the developer community as well as existing tooling that comes with an EVM. Sapphire being the first confidential EVM will enable developers to start adding confidentiality into their smart contracts day 1, without the need for tooling services to be developed or requiring new coding languages to be learned. Once Sapphire mainnet is launched there really is no reason not to build on Sapphire, and Sapphire is best positioned to provide the best runtime experience for developers. The other major initiative propelling the web3 space forward is the Oasis Data Governance tool, Parcel. Parcel is a data sharing and governance platform which enables; private data marketplaces, data governance (to insulate a company from data custody risk), analytics cleanrooms, and data tokenization. Recently Oasis partnered with Genetica to bring Parcel’s privacy tech to their customers. Genetica is the fastest growing personal gene sequencing company in Asia. Through this partnership, Genetica will leverage the Parcel API to give their users complete control over how their sequenced gentica data is used and analyzed. User’s genetic data will be uploaded directly to Parcel where they alone have access and control over their data. They will then be able to set permissions on their data which enables them to share the data as they wish.The idea is that they will be able to share the data so that it is sent to a blackbox execution environment. At that point a company which meets their specific permission criteria will then be able to run computation in this blackbox. At the end the data will come back to the user in Parcel and the company will have the result of the computation or Machine Learning Algorithm (MLA) such that the company was still able to get the valuable insight it needs, but also which preserves the privacy of the highly sensitive and private genome data of the user. By submitting root-hashes to the underlying consensus blockchain the data governance inherits the same high integrity and trustless nature that powers sectors like DeFi and P2E gaming today. Auth3 is using Parcel for their Mbuddy product. Mbuddy enables users to share social media data in a way which they never give up custody. One use case so far has been for social media airdrop campaigns. Users can prove they liked, RT’d, shared a post and claim their reward without ever having to share their private information with a third party. This is a major game changer as holding this sort of contest without Parcel would require the winner of the contest to submit a wallet to receive the rewards thus enabling the data collector to link a wallet with a particular individual’s social media accounts. Parcel also stands to push the NFT space forward as developers can create confidential NFTs where certain aspects of the NFT can be seen on-chain by everyone, but others are stored confidentially on parcel and can only be seen by the NFT holder. The applications of this technology can be used across various sectors such as intellectual property, collectibles, event ticketing, DeFi, and Gaming. For example in gaming there has been initial interest in having in-game items as NFTs, but which keeps the stats of those items confidential or to have items which have treasure clues or lore that only the NFT owner can seee. Currently Parcel has support for this feature on the Oasis Network and Ethereum, however, it is possible to enable it on other blockchains in the future. I know this was a lot, but hopefully it was helpful.

r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

No, I voted for my MLA. Go back to your Alex Jones kiddo. I sincerely hope you are under 25.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Well yeah. You want to sponsor the MLA's new Fortuner? Go ahead be my guest.

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This guy uses MLA

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

This is the internet, not a fuckin MLA thesis paper....get over it and stop being a pedant, it's not a good look

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MLA format I hope?

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r/BitcoinSee Comment

Can I have this citation written in MLA format?

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

That’s the sweeties for ya. Nothing better to do on a Thursday morning than play SS Grammar Polizei. I read it just fine. I’m sure the same Redditors above take the time to use MLA or APA when in Discord or texting someone and that’s why they’re hammering OP. I mean why else would they emphasize such a useless point outside of academia 😂 /s

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

Currently in college so I could never forget the importance of MLA.

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I forgot that was a thing. I need to brush up on my MLA format. LFG 🚀

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r/CryptoCurrencySee Comment

He has paragraphs? Unless you want MLA format lol.

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