In Rust We Trust - Hangzhou Meetup

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In Rust We Trust - Hangzhou Meetup

Blockchain projects need to be reliable, fast, and free of bugs as blockchains are responsible for securing large volumes of capital. Rust gives blockchain developers confidence they can do so.

Join us for a night of Rust in blockchain.


6:00pm Checkin
7:00pm Introduction
7:10pm Wallet’s cross-platform practice in Rust - imToken | Kai
7:35pm Cell Model and Logic Programming - Nervos | Zhiwei
8:20pm QA and Networking


7:10pm Wallet’s cross-platform practice in Rust

A blockchain wallet always has cross-platform demand. Trust wallet -- WallectCore implements their keystore management cross-platform solution in C++; The earliest mobile keystore management of imToken has been using Swift and Java as the solution, which inevitably introduces additional complexity and time cost in its development, debugging and integration stages. ImToken decided to explore a more efficient cross-platform solution in Rust. In this talk, Kai will share his doubts and practical experience.

Speaker: Kai


7:35pm Cell Model and Logic Programming - Nervos | Zhiwei

- Cell Model Introduction
- Logic Programming Introduction
- The difficulty of designing Dapp base on the Cell Model
- How can Logic Programming help
- Implement Logic Programming Language in Rust

Recommended reading (in Chinese):
- Note of learning microKanren:
- Why blockchain needs logic programming:

Speaker: Zhiwei


Rust in Blockchain

Rust in Blockchain is a monthly newsletter focused on Rust programming and blockchain development, with the goal of bringing engineering insight and experience to blockchain technology.

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Nervos Network

Nervos is building infrastructure for the decentralized economy with a layered architecture. The layer 1 protocol of the Nervos Network is the Common Knowledge Base (CKB), an open, public and Proof of Work based blockchain. The CKB provides store of assets and value, and serves as anchor of trust for layer 2s with unlimited scalability.