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or perelman
Bitcoiner, former founder LLB in law, co-founder, now COO and co-founder in and
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Grills 3h
Do any of you know what Tech Mahindra does? They're a 4.9 BILLION dollar IT business so you should 😏 Oh yeah and is partnered with them. Stop thinking is just "another" blockchain protocol. They are the original pioneers.
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or perelman 2h
They are great partners as well.
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or perelman 8h
All of the above, soliditys adoption is really low, even though with massive head start, also their use-cases like daos and defi has little adoption in users, we plan to market it heavily to the SQL and other relational programming communities which has millions of devs already.
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or perelman 11h
Replying to @abarrallen @domm
The trick with house buying that doing that with front end isnt good enough, need to connect the players at the backend to make data sharing more secured :) we are fixing that
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Ch33s3_slice   🌐 24h
Why is undervalued as a used for ?? - 3.6M mcap TPS - 500+ Rell (SQL) - 3.9B mcap TPS - 3000 C++ - 28.8B mcap TPS - 15 Solidity, C++ - 1.3B mcap TPS - 2000 Solidity, Javascript - 2.3B mcap TPS - 40 Michelson
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or perelman Feb 22
Change chainlink to eth, massively over valued for whats actually there.
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or perelman Feb 21
Great seeing you man - land on next? :)
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Grills Feb 19
making those moves others aren't even thinking about. 😏 So much is happening with , they just never hyped it up much. Chromia team has accomplished more than 95% of / businesses out there. Fun fact: Blackrock manages over 6.9 Trillion$ in assets
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Andrew Lee Feb 18
a few of my long-term crypto holds: - - b/c 2017 ICOs were catastrophic, feels similar to the 2013 Mt Gox implosion, lots of building and narratives happening - - b/c they keep improving and taking more mkt share - - b/c relational databases make it easy
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or perelman Feb 18
Hi, SAAS - typical SLA enterprise business model, nothing to invent here - our customers are 500 fortune, enterprises and banks - 2 live deployments, third on the way - some use public chain.
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or perelman Feb 18
All good, we are all about transparency
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or perelman Feb 18
Replying to @Altcoinking3
LOL, no - alex and henrik both are in the team, weak fud.
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Deelings Feb 16
Thread about by Why I invested: 1) Small market cap: 2.5-3.5M, depends where you check 2) Experienced founder: ChromaWay AB (2014) 3) Multiple succesful products, huge partnerships & clients 4) Generates revenue (850k) from partnerships...
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or perelman Feb 16
Replying to @asherp
Thanks! We are really working hard :)
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or perelman Feb 16
Replying to @asherp
Hah, check out , might like it!
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or perelman Feb 16
Replying to @asherp
Solidity is not that easy to pick up, certainly not EVM - we chose the relational approach - with a SC language which is similar to sql but 7 times more compact, its not about scale, its about usability and how easy it to us for a dev to program, devs dont like to study new stuff
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or perelman Feb 16
I have a high respect for the ethereum community, luckily we never pitched our self as an ethereum killer because theres nothing to kill, there are many developers in this world - only 7500 according to several researches are building on eth.
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or perelman Feb 16
Replying to @lmrankhan
Why? Ethereum ecosystem is very tiny compared to almost any other good open-source project in the world, making chains interop might be more feasible
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or perelman Feb 15
Replying to @Dogetoshi
Even if they would hit that number which they arent by a miles away, any open source project in the real world has more numbers then them. The issue is that you guys keep covering these things instead of platforms that actual work hard.
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or perelman Feb 15
Replying to @jwolpert @RMB
So who would want a super complicated shared DB, when they can use an easy to use shared DB? It doesnt make any sense what so ever...
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