ChainSafe have been awarded a grant by the Mina Foundation to build an additional implementation of the Mina Protocol to improve the network’s resilience and accessibility. The grant will serve as an extension to their work with O(1) Labs to audit and optimize Mina’s network layer.
The new implementation is written in Rust and then compiled into Wasm (WebAssembly) to enable execution in browser environments. Wasm bytecode is compatible with most browsers (desktop or mobile) and enables high-performance applications to be embedded in web pages. The team decided on Rust as it is a multifaceted language with secure memory safety and high performance, and has great support for Wasm.
After completing the alternative Rust implementation, Mina will be more accessible than ever before.
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