Thai Nhat Minh | Stably: First of all, can you have a brief introduction about yourself as well as about Chromia? Henrik_hjelte, Sergelubkin Henrik Hjelte: Hello. My name is Henrik Hjelte. I am Co-Founder and CEO of Chromia. I have more than 30 years of experience in programming and a degree in Economics from Uppsala University. BTW economics and computers = blockchain, so finally found a job that fits me. I was introduced to the blockchain by the leader of the colored-coins project Alex Mizrahi in 2013 Colored coins project was a very influential thing It was the first way for user created tokens bolted on to the only blockchain at the time (almost) bitcoin We started ChromaWay 2014, with Or Perelman too, to explore if the world was interested in “tokens” and those kind of applications We worked with enterprise blockchain for some time, but now we are focused on Chromia, a new public platform for mainstream decentralized applications using relational blockchain technology. Ok, maybe I should tell something about Chromia and not myself too. Chromia is a better blockchain for building decentralized Apps. better because it follows the “normal worlds” way of managing data. A little history: I found a text/description to paste: Chromia is a brainchild of ChromaWay. ChromaWay has a long record of delivering pioneering projects around the world. We issued Euros on the Bitcoin blockchain with LHV bank, allowed investors to invest in startups in a wholly decentralized way with Funderbeam, digitized the title transfer process with the Swedish land registry, and mediated the green bond market. ChromaWay’s core team created the world’s first protocol to issue tokens already in 2012, when blockchain was called “bitcoin 2.0”. Then ChromaWay introduced the relational model to enterprise blockchains with a consortium database called Postchain. Now Postchain is going public as the foundation for Chromia, a better blockchain for building decentralised Apps. Chromia is a new public blockchain based on the idea of integrating traditional databases, Relational databases with blockchain security. Chromia is a general purpose blockchain with full smart contract capabilities, just that it is a lot easier to code, even complex applications. You code with an easy to learn new programming language that combines the power of SQL and normal languages but makes it secure in a blockchain context. Up to 1/10 the code-lines vs other blockchains. If you don’t believe me, check this blog (later, stay in the chat): https://blog.chromia.com/reasons-for-rell-compactness/ The aim of Chromia is to combine relational databases, which exist in every kind of organization, with blockchains. We want to provide a platform for our users to develop totally decentralized apps securely. Our goal is for Chromia to be seen as the number one infrastructure for decentralized applications. Think about it: blockchain is about managing data (in a shared context). And… What do we use to manage data? A Database! Serge: Sure! My name is Serge! And I work in Chromia marketing department. Also, I help coordinate various projects inside the company My background is in Economics and Marketing Thai Nhat Minh | Stably: Question 1️⃣ DApp is currently mainly concentrated in the field of games, and its life cycle is basically short, just like the Crypto Kitty is only hot for a while, how to dig the application of DApp in more fields and how to improve the utilization rate of DApp? u/henrik_hjelteu/sergelubkin Serge: Good one, let me answer Gaming is quite a challenging target because good UX is expected, it needs to be fast, responsive, etc. If we can do that, then we can also do all sorts of other stuff. Also, it lets us experiment with things without a lot of hassle, it’s easier to get users, and so on. It’s also a growing niche within blockchain. You can check our latest game, Mines of Dalarnia https://www.minesofdalarnia.com We also have Enterprise projects already, for example Green Assets Wallet https://greenassetswallet.org/about that already launched on the first Mainnet version called Bootstrap Net,we also have https://capchap.se built on our tech, more projects like non-profit review platform Impactoria, public land registries, medical projects and so on Also don’t forget about our fully decentralized social network/forum that is live already on the testnet https://testnet.chromunity.com. Thai Nhat Minh | Stably: Question 2️⃣ How will dapp face the world change after the epidemic? u/henrik_hjelteu/sergelubkin Henrik Hjelte: Nobody can say for sure, but maybe people will tend to be online more than offline, so demand on online products and dapps as well will increase. I just came in from an internal demo of a secret project we do, and it can be seen as a way to hang out online (a bit cryptic answer) There are also interesting use cases of dapps in the medical field. For example, we participated in the world-wide hackathon Hack for Sweden. Where our submission was to create an app on Chromia blockchain that increases the coordination between countries and hospitals especially during the hard time and COVID19. Chromia wants to help the European Union (and the world, but we saw problems in the EU…) and its citizens to provide transparency over the necessary medical and protective devices and appliances of which we see shortage during this emergency crisis. You can watch our promo here https://twitter.com/chromaway/status/1247557274337447938?s=20. For me it was a fun Hackathon too because for once I got the opportunity to code… I told everyone else I will not do any bossing… We try to continue this path on medical applications a bit. Thai Nhat Minh | Stably: Question 3️⃣ DApps are still not directly embedded in mobile phones like Apps at this moment, and DApps have also been flooded with bet content. How can guests increase the use of DApps and lower the threshold for using DApps? u/henrik_hjelteu/sergelubkin Serge: The answer is — better User Experience. We believe that in order for a DApp to be usable and become more widely accepted it has to feel like a normal App. A DApp needs to have quick transactions, scale well & shouldn’t require users to pay for each transaction. This is something that is possible now with using Chromia. It’s an extremely exciting time since we are going to see a new generation of DApps. On top of that, we think that we might have an ace coming up. We have built a game to demonstrate the powers and possibilities of Chromia. A little bit about the game: In Mines of Dalarnia (https://www.minesofdalarnia.com), players get to explore the vast expanses of interplanetary treasure mines. With an innovative Dalarnia Token system, players can purchase virtual mining plots, and put them up for rent into the community, allowing for real-estate tycoons to earn more Tokens. Mining plots can also undergo their own upgrades, making them more lucrative to explore, as well as a hot property for rental by miners. The game takes advantage of these NFT-based tokens to securely track exchanges, and provide a sense of ownership and wealth to players as they grow their mining and resource empire. Watch our trailer https://youtu.be/bDXKOp1Asqw and sign-up for the TestNet on the website! Thai Nhat Minh | Stably: Question 4️⃣ Many practitioners think that the main reason for restricting the development of DApp is “incomplete infrastructure”. How effective is the current “cross-chain” and “side-chain” solution? u/henrik_hjelteu/sergelubkin Serge: Our infrastructure resembles Alibaba Cloud, so a DApp developer just goes and deploys his DApp’s blockchain into it, it’s easy. Also our language Rell https://rell.chromia.com/en/maste is more robust than any other blockchain programming language.Or Azure or AWS Rell combines the following features:
Relational data modeling and queries similar to SQL. People familiar with SQL should feel at home once they learn the new syntax.
Normal programming constructs: variables, loops, functions, collections, etc.
Constructs which specifically target application backends and, in particular, blockchain-style programming including request routing, authorization, etc.
We want people to join our channels such as telegram, twitter, email also our decentralized forum https://testnet.chromunity.com and participate in discussions
We want people to try our dapps such as Mines of Dalarnia
We want to get feedback and understand the most important issues people care about Chromia and the blockchain industry in general
We want to get more developers building on top of Chromia
LBTS: What was your motivation for creating RELL and not use other languages? What benefits? Why name it RELL also? Henrik Hjelte: We have a private/federated relational blockchain called Postchain, and it allows SQL. But that can work in a small environment when you know all parties, and if you are really careful in checking code. But not for a more secure, distributed on the web setup, so we had to make it more secure (Deterministic, statically typed). In the process, we also took the opportunity to make it cool and nice. Also: it is simply not possibly to use evm, jvm, or web assembly. We need/want a database in the bottom. Postgresql is our virtual machine. You do not reimplement that…. 10+ years codebase…. Lee: Being part of the gamer community, I would like to know what you would think about collaborating with a MOBA, RPG or Arcade game or some kind of project? Henrik Hjelte: We are already collaborating with some smaller studios. For bigger fish, we want to show them what is completely unique and visionary with Chromia, and we think we need various examples. So, first arcade game MoD (linked above) is one example, it is not the full potential or anything but a start. In this summer, krystopia 2 a puzzle game from Antler Interactive will be released. What is even cooler is the “demo project” we do together with them, where we will show how a mutliplayer game with real blockchain features will work. I just saw it an hour ago and was blown away OH, and there is another studio releasing something very cool. Full logic on chain strategy game. Chain of Alliance. oyibo pepper: Do you encourage HACKATHON programs for intending Developers to test their skills and build on RELL Can you explain more about CHROMIA AMBASSADORS PROGRAM, CAN I BECOME AN AMBASSADOR Serge: Yes, you can, but you will need to change your avatar 🤣 Seriously, we are growing our Chromians community if you want to become one please ping our admins in Chromia telegram group. Also, we are planning virtual hackathons soon, please subscribe to stay updated Infinite Crypto: Since the Chromia project is currently working on the Ethereum blockchain ERC20 standard! But we know that there are a lot of scalability issues with Ethereum, so why would you choose the Ethereum blockchain over other scalable blockchains? Do you have any plans for Mainnet launch of Chromia? Henrik Hjelte: ETH is just used in a pre-phase for tokens. We will have our own mainnet tokens interchangable with ETH. Oyinbo pepper What’s CHROMIA SSO and SDK, how can I get started Henrik Hjelte Both are 3 letters. That is what they have in common. SDK = software development kit, check docs on https://rell.chromia.com SSO = single sign on. A unique UX improvement. You approve an app in your wallet (vault) with super ease. no need to remember codes sso: https://blog.chromia.com/chromia-sso-the-whys-and-the-whats/ We have a fundamentally different model from bitcoin and ethereum and the likes. The blockchain is not run by anonymous computers in basement and student dorms across the world. We have more of known identities, so 51% attacks is protected not by PoW/PoS but other consensus. Please see our whitepaper. Note that we are not noobs when it comes to this, our CTO Alex has published papers in academic journals on consensus etc. from 2013, and done several important ideas for blockchain. Sidechains we think he was first with, tokens too. Sheron Fernando: Is there any plan to makes partnership with local cryptocurrency developers from each country to make $CHR usage more worldwide? Serge: Yes, we are looking for cooperation with more external developers. Send me a message if you are interested in developing something on Chromia. Stella: What are the underlying problems in the Dapps today that can be solved with the Chromia protocol? Serge:
Scalability — on Chromia your dapp can have unlimited numbers of users thanks to parallel scaling
Easiness of use — you don’t need external wallets, no need to buy crypto to pay for gas etc
Cost — in general to deploy the dapp and to use the dapp
Marcel Lagacé: Why build this platform? What is Chromia mission? What are the most prominent features of the platform? Can you clarify the use case for this feature? Henrik Hjelte: We build the platform to fix the problems with blockchains, that we ourselves have experienced since 2014 (before ethereum existed). LBTS: Can you tell us about Chromia developers? How motivated and experienced are they to always deliver the best products? Henrik Hjelte: I can tell you that we recruit developers that are really good, from all parts of the world. Vietnam has been a hub because we found many good, so in Ukraine. How can we say “we have so good developers”? First one thing that is a bit different is that we are pretty experienced in leadership team of development. I do not code much anymore since I’m a CEO. But I do have now over 30 years of experience. Got published and was payed when I was 15. First full-time professional developer job at 18. Have released open-source projects used by 10: s of thousand developers. And Alex, our CTO is Extremely good. That is why I recruited him to my old startup 2006 or so… So: we have experience to sort out good developers from bad. Marcel Lagacé: Does Chromia staking model is different from other staking platform?? What are the beneficial advantages of chromia staking system? Serge: The main difference is that we have independent Providers, entities that are not connected. These serious players are exchanges, data centres, professional staking companies. They provide a backbone of the ecosystem and host dapps. Like Amazon servers in the cloud. They cannot have stake bigger than the maximum thus they can’t control the network. This is probably the main difference with classic DPoS networks Nguyen Duy Bao: A lot of people will want to know what the strength of Chromia is but I want to know the weaknesses and problems Chromia faces ? How do you plan to solve it? Henrik Hjelte: A weakness I guess is weak compared to “competition”. And there are some blockchain projects that got crazy amount of funding. So how can we compete with that, when they can hire more developers for example? Well here is what experience comes into play: More developers does not always increase productivity a lot, it is diminishing returns. You can see many large projects, with 100 of developers fail miserably with no results. And actually, sometimes true with marketing spend too. It is generally good with money, but if you are a bit clever you can compete also on marketing with less money than your competition. Please follow Chromia on Social Media: Website: https://www.chromia.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/chromia FaceBook: https://www.facebook.com/teamchromia LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/chromia Telegram: https://t.me/hellochromia Decentralized Social network Chromunity: https://testnet.chromunity.com Free-to-Play Blockchain Game Mines of Dalarnia: https://www.minesofdalarnia.com
AMA Recap of CEO and Co-founder of Chromia, Henrik Hjelte in the @binancenigeria Telegram group on 03/05/2020.
Recap of Chromia AMA with the CEO of Chromia, @henrik_hjelte on BithumbGlobal telegram community dated 14.04.2020.
The AMA was moderated by u/Sidonpee. Sidonpee Let’s start with the introduction question: u/henrik_hjelteCan you introduce yourself to the community? What is your background? Henrik Hjelte I’m the CEO of ChromaWay, the company that started the Chromia project. My background is 30+ years as a developer (got payed first when I was 15), then studied Business and other things (politics and philosophy). Worked as Finance and IT consultant. THen wanted to be an entrepreneur. started a “web 2.0” startup about a free-speech internet. Hired our current CTO as a developer. THen joined his colored-coins project, the first token protocol ie the start of blockchain in 2012. Sorry. I’m now 50 years old, the math didn’t add up. That is why I’m the CEO and not CFO. Sidonpee Q1. What is Chromia? Can you tell us the technology behind it and the features that makes it unique? Henrik Hjelte Chromia is a new public blockchain based on the idea of integrating traditional databases, “Relational databases” with blockchain security. In the normal world outside blockchain, there is one technology that is in 100% of all enterprises and powers almost all webpages. It build Facebook, SAP, banks, blogging platforms. It is the relational database, or SQL database. Has been used for 30+ years and is still dominant with 85% market share. Why are people using it (NoSQL has been around for 15+ years)? Because it is the best way of managing data known to mankind. Now what is blockchani? It is a way to manage data that is shared. So if you agree that blockchain is about managing data, a relational database should be an obvious technology. Chromia is a general purpose blockchain with full smart contract capabilities, just that it is a lot easier to code, even complex applications. You code with an easy to learn new programming language that combines the power of SQL and “normal languages” but makes it secure in a blockchain context. Up to 1/10 the code-lines vs other blockchains. Sidonpee Q2. I often see Chromia and ChromaWay being used interchangeably, what is the relationship between the two? Henrik Hjelte The idea for Chromia and parts of the codebase originated from the company ChromaWay. It is actually one of the first blockchain companies, we had a project for tokens before ethereum called the “colored coins” project that led to us starting a company with a name take from the greek word for color. In 2015 we did what is now called stable-coin, EURO payments based on tokens on a public blockchain (tokens on bitcoin). It was for a bank LHV in Estonia. When we need to quickly find information, we could not search the blockchain and instead started to dump everything to a relational database, and then the idea started to grow to build a blockchain around this. So we did a private blockchain, intended for usecases in land-registration, banking and more. And then came up with the idea of doing a public blockchain for it. ChromaWay is the company that ideated Chromia and provided the first open source code for it. The Chromia pre-sale of tokens is now funding the development of Chromia, which is done by ChromaWay. When Chromia is released as a decentralized network, it will not be governed or run by ChromaWay. Of course we know it has to be decentralized, we understand the virtues of decentralization since 2012 when our CTO did the worlds first code for tokens, then started an open-source project which even inspired Vitalik (who soon quit and did his own thing). ChromaWay as a company will take a role as providing optional support and maintenance of Chromia projects (open for competition by other players). Sidonpee Q3. What’s the usefulness of $CHR token in Chromia ecosystem? Henrik Hjelte CHR can be used to pay for running dapps (normally by the developer of the dapp, not users). It can also be used as a mean of exchange between dapps, and to provide collateral/stake for providers (the ones running the blockchain), incentivizing good behaviour. Sidonpee Q4. What are the major milestones Chromia has achieved so far & what are your plans for 2020? Henrik Hjelte We have released Rell, the new programming language that is needed, and supported tooling (online Development Environment, downloadable IDE, documentation). We have release the first testnet in december, and at the same time another company 4irelabs has done the first dapp running on testnet. They could take our old code (done as a private blockchain), learn our new language Rell and port it to Chromia. That project is the Green Assets Wallet, green bond environmental impact reporting, run by a non-profit and with banks and institutions as users. Plans for 2020 is to both release a series of dApps to showcase how fantastic Chromia is, as well as continue to develop the platform. And when it is secure and good enough, we will release mainnet. Dapps are now being made by us as well as others. We do a decentralized social network framework call chromunity, now release to testnet. If is really cool, users can vote over moderators, and in the future users might even govern the complete application, how it can be updated. This is a great showcase for Chromia and why we use the slogan Power to the Public. Games coming are….
Mines of Dalarnia (by Workinman Interactive). An action game in a mine with blockchain rental of plots and stuff.
Krystopia 2, novas journey. A puzzle game done by Antler Interactive.
An indie game (not done by us so I don’t know how much I shoiul;d menton), but: it is a strategy game with FULL-LOGIC ON BLOCKHCHAIN yes ubercool that is why it is in caps
A secret demo-project that we do together with Antler to showcase the technical potential of Chromia platform.
More comin in 2020: Other dapps from other companies, one in impact-tech Games is a great way to show scalability and features BTW. I didn’t mention that Chromia is very scalable (everyone says that). But it is true, and with no tradeoff vs decentralization well, but I can also see enterprise projects going into more of public blockchain direction and hybrid, and there I think Chromia can really shine Sidonpee Q5. Revenue and adoption are the main points of all projects, can you tell us your Business model and how you generate revenue? Henrik Hjelte Chromia itself is a public network with no intrinsic business model, but participants in the network has. For example Providers make money from supplying quality hardware running dapps and the core software, dapp developers have individual business models. I already told about about ChromaWay/Chromia, but ChromaWay the company can provide support/maintenance and various services and add-ons for Chromia. It is very similar to how normal open-source vendors make money. Still up to competition from others, and without control over the Chromia network. We need it to be independent, otherwise it has no value. So it is sound business to have it decentralized as well, who would care otherwise? Sidonpee Q6. Regarding Chromia’s blockchain game (Minesofdalarnia), I’m quite sure that vast majority of game lovers would be anticipating for it release, could you please share with us the likely date it will be released? Henrik Hjelte Yes I can We have made very good progress recently, and I can happily share that MoD is planned to be released now in Q2. Anastasia Meanwhile you can check the Mines of Dalarnia Social Media page for recent updates on the game https://twitter.com/Chromia_Studios . We publish development updates there often. You can also sign-up for early access on https://www.minesofdalarnia.com 😉 Sidonpee Q7. Recently Chromia welcome Malcolm Lerider who was formally a Senior R&D Manager for Neo Blockchain as its new team and family member. When he was with Neo, he worked together with the community and was able to build the project from a top 50-something market cap project to a top 5 market cap project. Should we be expecting a replica of this at Chromia in the nearest future? Henrik Hjelte Yes. we are very excited to have Malcolm on-board, he is very knowledgeable in the area, and his expertise will definitely help with achieving that. Malcolm recently published an article where he introduced himself as a new member of Chromia. You can read it over here, if you haven’t already: https://medium.com/@MalcolmLeridei-am-joining-team-chromia-b25d527b5b6f Sidonpee Q8. Green Asset Wallet is absolutely an amazing starter in the Chromia blockchain! I would like to hear how you guys see the future business development possibilities in the next /6/12 months? Are there specific business areas, geographical locations, which you want to focus on most? Henrik Hjelte Thank you, yes, it is nice to have a project that is enterprise, and green too as the first one. We are working both to reach out but also support inbound requests for projects, I shared some above. Sometimes with business development, ChromaWAy might find a customeprospect but we don’t know where it will end. We think however, and Gartner too, that enterprise blockchain is gradually looking more at public blockchain projects. I think DeFI, tokenization of assets and things like that is interesting. Also, hopefully someone will be inspired by our solution to a free, open, user-governed decentralized social web, what we are now showing with Chromunity. Jack Dorsey, are you listening? We don’t have a particular geographical focus though, and really it is a generic platform use-case agnostic. We use games to show potential and scalability, but who knows maybe other applications will be more. It is not only up to us. Sidonpee Q9. Who are Chromia’s strategic investors and partners? What criteria/ process do you follow in evaluating your partnership deal with them? Henrik Hjelte We have some strategic investors and partners that have helped us during the way, I think maybe I should not mention them here with the risk of forgetting some of them, and I have no time to check if we should mention them, We (and the partner) look at how we can help each other on a case by case basis. There is no simple scorecard that we can follow. We try to avoid vanity partnership deals with no real meaning Sidonpee Q10. Why did Chromia develop a new language called Rell (Relational language) for dapp programming? Is the development of this new language really necessary? If yes, what are some of its unique features that cannot be found in other existing languages/environments? Henrik Hjelte Yes it was necessary. We need the features of relational alegbra. It is is a mathematical basis, very similar to logic, that has only had basically one implementation (SQL). But SQL was not secure enough and lacked features that can be used in a shared context like a blockchain. Everything needs to be secure. Also we wanted to add blockchain features, and make it look more like “normal programming”. Now some of the readers might ask? Can’t you do this on the EVM? No. Ethereum does simply not have anything similar to a relational database, and it would be technically infeasible. Some others may ask? How can you compete with the EVM /pet-project that have soo many developers etc…? My answer is : we are building on top of a virtual machine called Postgresql. Check how much time, optimization and money has been spent on that virtual machine… I think it is 20 years or more of development time, maybe more. Static typing is one feature we add that SQL doesn’t have (you can detect bugs at compile time) Yusuf What have been the major obstacle Chromia has faced in the past years while developing its idea? Whats the benefits for developers at Chromia? Why should we use Chromia instead of your competitors? Henrik Hjelte Obstacle: Technology/software developement is hard sometimes, difficult to predict when things are ready. Major benefits for developers: A LOT EASIER to code COMPLEX applications. I’m serious. If you are frustrated with blockchain development, take a look at the ease of use of Rell/Chromia LA LA DeFi is projected to buzz up in 2020 and is on everybody lips, what ROLES does Chromia play in the innovativeness and future of DeFi and how does it spearhead adoption of DeFi using blockchain solution? Henrik Hjelte Finance would be almost unthinkable without relational databases, the power core banking and more. An exchange is a table of bid and ask, and you match them. This is very easy to do with our tech. Sujit If any Dapp is created on Chromia Blockchain! Then is there any Gas fees charged by Chromia? Whats the concept of fees for Dapps on Chromia Blockchain? Henrik Hjelte No gas per user fee. The application pays for hosting, like a cloud. Normally the developer, unless the developer hands over the governenace of the application to someone else (maybe the users). Sujit If any Dapp is created on Chromia Blockchain! Then are there any Gas fees charged by Chromia? Whats the concept of fees for Dapps on Chromia Blockchain? Henrik Hjelte No gas per user fee. The application pays for hosting, like a cloud. Normally the developer, unless the developer hands over the governenace of the application to someone else (maybe the users). Mayowa Most blockchain projects have donated to COVID-19, but no news from Chromia. How will you contribute to fight COVID-19? Henrik Hjelte I had to answr this: I spent my free weekend time on a covid-19 hackathon the other week to do a solution to share medical equipment across countries. It is on our facebook I think u/anastasiazudina maybe you can share Anastasia We want to do our part for the ongoing covid19 crisis. Therefore, we were participating in the critical initiative HackTheCrisis. During the virtual hackathon, we tried to find good solutions for the new unique challenges that we now as a society are facing. https://www.facebook.com/chromaway/posts/2171037456376083 Mayowa Chromia creates a new lightweight programming language called RELL. How is this different and better for programmers than other popular language like Solidity, C++ and Java? Henrik Hjelte When you think about a large Java project done for say a bank. Ask the developers what OTHER thing they use? DO they ONLY use Java and store files on a server? Or do they also use a database. You will find that in 99.9% of cases they ALSO use a relational database. No one would EVER think about doing a solution to manage data with ONLY Java, C++ or whatever. Alejandro Urich For the development of the Dapps, do you only support Rell? Is it possible to program in another language that works with Chromia? Henrik Hjelte Because we require both relational database properties and more security than SQL, currently Rell is the only choice. It is really easy to learn, and in all cases if we allowed a “normal” language it would miss the feautures of relational databases. zafer metin Mr Henrik What are the advantages of Postchain used for Chromia? How is a consortium provided to database management with distributed control? Anastasia Thank you for your interest in Postchain uses! We have an article written what answers exactly those questions: https://blog.chromia.com/postchain-for-the-public-scaling-relational-blockchain/ Stay At Home As I know providers will be chosen by Chromaway, so how is it decentralized due to choice is totally in Chromaway? Henrik Hjelte Initial providers. We will migrate to a model where ChromaWAy has no more say than anyone else. But we need to bootstrap and start. Better to choose good initial providers. David Prince What is your long-term vision about the industry which Chromia is working at? Are you afraid someday there will be another Project with more innovative technology can replace Chromia? Henrik Hjelte Well. Blockchain is about managing data (in a shared context). I’m repeating myself but the market leading (85%) for 30+ years slution to manage data is a relational database. We are now the only relational database + blockchain. Who knows, maybe some better way to manage data will be invented? But even NoSQL who has been around and bark like a little dog has after a decade or more time only 15% market share. I think our tech will stand the mark of time. Sidonpee The AMA session with the Chronia team has finally come to an end. We’re greatly astonished having a well-articulated AMA session with Chronia’s CEO Henrik Hjelte u/henrik_hjelte and community/social media manager team Anastasia u/anastasiazudina in the community👨💻👌 Also, we are indeed overwhelmed by all our esteemed community members, for your support and enthusiasm for the project. For more information and to be part of the project, you may join the Chronia’s community here via: https://t.me/hellochromia Telegram (https://t.me/hellochromia)Chromia — Official English Group The official Chromia community group by ChromaWay. Where dapps thrive!
Get yourself acquainted with chromia Chromia is a brainchild of ChromaWay which has a long record of delivering pioneering projects around the world. Was the first blockchain project to work with a bank issuing Euros on the Bitcoin blockchain with LHV bank. The above allowed investors to invest in startups in a wholly decentralised way which allowed them to be the first blockchain project to work with a Government agency allowing them to digitize the title transfer process with the Swedish land registry. ChromaWay’s core team created the world’s first protocol to issue tokens in 2012 when blockchain was called “bitcoin 2.0. ChromaWay is incorporating seven years of experience into something which is ready for the future. Chromia is the product of the many lessons they have learned over the years. Every problem they have encountered has led to solutions and best practices that have endeavoured to incorporate into Chromia so that users of the platform can focus on what is important, building world-changing dapps. 2019 was the year in which “Chromapolis” became “Chromia”. The new name evokes our heritage with coloured coins and formed the basis of a total branding overhaul capably executed by our friends at Snask. Chromia is a name we are all happy and proud to rally around for the rest of this journey. Under our new brand umbrella, we launched Chromia Studios, a strategic initiative that will stimulate the Chromia ecosystem by developing a series of games as a foundation for others to learn from and build on. The first Chromia game, Mines of Dalarnia, will be launched in Q1 2020, stay tuned for more exciting announcements. http://t.me/hellochromiahttps://chromia.com/https://chromia.com/Chromia-_-Platform-white-paper2019.pdfhttps://chromaway.com/
I am a CTO of a "blockchain technology" startup, AMA
I've seen a lot of confusion regarding 'private blockchains' (aka permissioned ledgers, distributed ledger technology, ...) lately, and I think I'm in a good position to clarify what this technology is about, and what does it mean for Bitcoin. First I'd like to introduce myself via facts of biography and projects I've been involved in:
I've read the Bitcoin paper in 2010, but was rather skeptical due to scalability concerns.
I started by first Bitcoin project in 2011, it was a futures exchange. I've launched an alpha version but then shut it down because I was concerned about custodial wallet security.
In 2012 I've made the first colored coins implementation.
I also did research on proof-of-stake and proof-of-activity (PoS+PoW combo), contributing to two academic papers
In 2014 I founded a startup called ChromaWay, which is supposed to commercialize colored coins and other blockchain technology
First bank-issued fiat currency on the Bitcoin blockchain: in 2015 LHV bank (Estonia) released Cuber wallet, a mobile wallet which transacts in euro-denominated colored coins. All software used in this project was developed by ChromaWay.
In 2016 ChromaWay implemented a demo for Swedish Land Registry, illustrating how a blockchain might streamline real estate transactions in future. We used an imaginary blockchain for this demo (a message chain, actually).
Through the years I mostly worked with the Bitcoin blockchain, but I also researched private blockchains and talked with potential customers who might want to use a private blockchain or something like that. So I'd like to address some common questions and misconceptions I've seen on /bitcoin. Rhetoric question: Isn't a private blockchain just a database? Can't banks just use SQL as usual? Answer: It certainly can be classified as a database, of a special kind. The Bitcoin blockchain is actually also a database of a special kind. They can certainly use SQL, but SQL, by itself, doesn't provide means of sharing a database between multiple parties in a secure way. Use of SQL and use of blockchains isn't mutually exclusive. SQL is being used by a number of Bitcoin projects, for example: blockchain.info, Coinbase's Toshi, Abe block explorer, and Chromanode. There is at least one Bitcoin full node implementation which uses SQL: bits of proof supernode. Question: Can't banks just use a distributed database or a shared ledger? Answer: Modern distributed databases are designed with an assumption that all computers in a cluster are trusted. If an attacker can hijack a single computer of a cluster, he can compromise the whole clustedatabase. Thus this software products aren't suitable for a case when a database needs to be shared between multiple parties which do not unconditionally trust each other. E.g. suppose banks A, B, C decided to share some database between themselves. If C's IT team fucks up, whole database might get corrupt. Byzantine fault tolerance is an old concept, but it's rarely used in enterprise software. So there are no secure shared database products banks could use. Bitcoin sparked new interest in secure distributed technology by demonstrating that it's actually possible & feasible. Now banks want it. Products which are inspired by Bitcoin and its block chain approach, and so they are often called "blockchains". Misconception: A blockchain without proof-of-work makes no sense. Answer: It was demonstrated that proof-of-stake can be quite good, both in theory and in practice. PoW and PoS have different security characteristics, which one is better is a matter of an opinion. Other BFT consensus algorithms can be combined with a blockchain approach, e.g. Ripple/Stellar consensus, or PBFT-style three phase commit. They have well-understood security properties which differ from PoW and PoS. In my opinion, if something has a chain of blocks, it can be called a blockchain. But if you want to understand a blockchain in a very narrow sense I don't mind, there are other terms like 'distributed ledger' which can be used instead. Misconception: Banks use permissioned ledgers to implement "bankcoins", which are going to fail. Answer: As someone who talked with many people from many banks, I can tell you they have very little interest for 'bankcoins', i.e. things which resemble Bitcoin. They might experiment with things like that just for shits and giggles, but there are no plans to launch it for real. Banks plan to use permissioned ledger either to improve processes which are currently inefficient or non-secure; or to enable new business models. Misconception: Banks should just use Bitcoin instead of this permissioned ledger mumbo-jumbo. Answer: Bitcoin isn't suitable for things which permissioned ledgers aim to solve. It's, like, not related. It would certainly be nice if banks provided Bitcoin services, but for them it's too much PITA with little to no benefits, as Bitcoin market is too small. Privatbank in Ukraine provides a Bitcoin payment service to merchant, kinda like Coinbase. So it's possible, just not common now. So I think that Bitcoin can peacefully co-exist with private/permissioned blockchain/ledger technology: they aim to solve different problems, in different ways. There is some risk of a "bankcoin" competing with Bitcoin in future, but it's very small. On contrary, I think adoption of crypto-based tech by banks is actually good for Bitcoin, as e.g. irreversible crypto money can be used for secure fiat <-> Bitcoin exchanges, which is good for Bitcoin, as it might reduce a hassle of buying Bitcoin, and thus increase userbase. Devices used to keep crypto bank money might also be used as secure Bitcoin wallets, etc. I'll be happy to answer questions related to projects I've been involved in or blockchains in general.
Coinbase và Barclays đường ai nấy đi. Người dùng Anh sẽ bị ảnh hưởng?
📷 Barclays, ngân hàng toàn cầu có trụ sở tại London, gần đây đã ngừng giao dịch với sàn giao dịch Coinbase có trụ sở tại Hoa Kỳ. Ngay sau đó, Coinbase thông báo đã tìm thấy một ngân hàng thay thế khác cũng có có trụ sở tại Vương quốc Anh, ClearBank. Xem thêm: ieo bittrex Trong khi Barclays kết nối với Coinbase thông qua Chương trình thanh toán nhanh hơn (FPS) của Vương quốc Anh cho phép rút và gửi tiền ngay lập tức bằng đồng bảng Anh tại sàn giao dịch thì phải ít nhất đến cuối quý 3/2019 ngân hàng ClearBank mới có thể cung cấp dịch vụ tương tự. Trước đây, các khách hàng chỉ mất vài giây để gửi và rút tiền bằng bảng Anh tại Coinbase thì hiện tại phải mất nhiều ngày để xử lý. Trước quyết định liên quan đến Coinbase của Barclay, ngân hàng Santander của Tây Ban Nha đã chặn khách hàng Anh gửi tiền fiat vào sàn giao dịch. Người phát ngôn của Santander khẳng định nguồn tin này không đúng sự thật: “Chúng tôi không chặn thanh toán của bất kỳ công ty hợp pháp nào. Tuy nhiên, trong một số trường hợp nhất định, chúng tôi sẽ yêu cầu kiểm tra bảo mật bổ sung khi có dấu hiệu rủi ro gian lận cao hơn”. Việc kinh doanh diễn ra như thường lệ? Không hẳn là vậy… Trước khi có quyền truy cập vào FPS, sàn giao dịch có văn phòng tại Dublin và London đã chuyển bảng Anh sang Euro thông qua ngân hàng LHV Pank có trụ sở tại Estonia hiện vẫn còn hợp tác với Coinbase. Được biết, ngân hàng LHV sở hữu và quản lý tài sản lớn nhất tại Estonia dường như có cách tiếp cận cởi mở hơn đối với blockchain so với Barclays. Chủ tịch hội đồng giám sát Cozel Lõhmus của LHV phát biểu vào năm 2015: “Blockchain Bitcoin là mật mã khóa công khai lâu đời nhất, được kiểm tra và bảo mật tốt nhất. Do đó phù hợp với các ứng dụng hiện tại của chúng tôi”. Nhưng LHV lại không thể cung cấp cho Coinbase những dịch vụ ‘xa xỉ’ như Barclays. CEO Zeeshan Feroz của Coinbase tại Anh phát biểu ngay sau khi Barclays lần đầu tiên hợp tác với sàn giao dịch: Xem thêm: “Sử dụng dịch vụ thanh toán GBP trong nước của Barclays giúp giảm chi phí, cải thiện trải nghiệm của khách hàng … và giúp giao dịch nhanh hơn”. Ông cũng cho biết sàn giao dịch đã rất cố gắng và mất nhiều thời gian để kết nối Barclays với Coinbase, vì trước đó họ đã tìm cách đảm bảo thực hiện các thủ tục chống rửa tiền (AML) thích hợp. Coinbase là một trong những công ty blockchain đầu tiên được Barclays cho phép truy cập FPS. Feroz nhấn mạnh “có rất nhiều sự hiểu biết và quản lý rủi ro cần thiết”. Ông lưu ý vào thời điểm đó rằng Liên minh châu Âu đã tăng trưởng “nhanh gấp đôi so với bất kỳ thị trường nào khác trong năm 2017” và Vương quốc Anh là thị trường lớn nhất trong khối. CEO Joshua Scigala của sàn giao dịch vàng – Bitcoin Vaultoro trích dẫn các quy định về hoạt động ngân hàng có thể buộc Barclays phải đóng tài khoản của Coinbase. Cụ thể: “Ngành công nghiệp ngân hàng trước đây đã lập ra hàng loạt quy định quá khó để các startup cạnh tranh, gây gánh nặng pháp lý. Rõ ràng là ‘gậy lưng đập lưng ông’ bởi vì chính các hàng rào quy định này lại khiến họ không thể cải tiến”. Barclays muốn đưa Bitcoin vào cuộc chơi CEO Ashok Vaswani của Barclays trả lời phỏng vấn của CNBC rằng ngân hàng và các nhà quản lý đã cùng bàn bạc về tiền điện tử, nhưng không tiết lộ chính xác chi tiết của cuộc đàm phán với Cơ quan Tài chính Anh (FCA). Tại một cuộc phỏng vấn khác với CNBC sau hội nghị fintech Money 20/20 ở Copenhagen, Đan Mạch năm 2017, ông khẳng định cuộc họp chủ yếu nói về phương thức đưa Bitcoin vào cuộc chơi và cách làm cho nó an toàn. Xem thêm: rút tiền từ coinbase Vào năm 2015, công ty đa quốc gia của Anh đã điều hành một cuộc thử nghiệm với sàn giao dịch Bitcoin Safello trên PoC. Trong năm 2016, ngân hàng xác nhận đã liên kết với Circle Internet Financial, là công ty chủ quản ứng dụng Circle Pay do FCA quản lý chuyên sử dụng Bitcoin để chuyển tiền miễn phí. Barclays nhận tiền gửi khách hàng thông qua Circle. Năm 2019, ngân hàng tài trợ cho một cuộc thi hackathon blockchain. Mặc dù thừa nhận các ngân hàng lớn có vẻ rất quyết tâm nhưng Scigala không chắc họ sẽ đi đến cùng với blockchain: “Barclay cũng giống như một số người chơi lớn khác nói rất nhiều nhưng không có hành động thực sự liên quan đến tiền điện tử. Rất nhiều trong số họ ‘khua chiêng múa trống’ về blockchain trên các phương tiện truyền thông để nghe có vẻ hiện đại và giống như họ đang đổi mới nhưng khi nói đến hành động thực tế, họ chặn hoặc thậm chí tẩy chay tất cả các doanh nghiệp nghiêm túc làm việc trong không gian công nghệ mới. Và tất nhiên, Barclays không ngoại lệ”. Các nhà phân tích của Barclay xem Bitcoin là virus truyền nhiễm Mặc dù trao đổi với cơ quan quản lý về việc làm sao để giúp Bitcoin trở nên an toàn hơn nhưng các nhà phân tích của Barclay đã từng so sánh BTC với bệnh cúm. Joseph Abate bị cáo buộc thông qua một ghi chú viết cho khách hàng: “Giống như bệnh truyền nhiễm, lây truyền – đặc biệt là đối với những người mắc chứng sợ bỏ lỡ – là từ cửa miệng, thường thấy qua blog, tin tức và các câu chuyện cá nhân. Tuy nhiên, một khi các ngân hàng hoàn toàn chấp nhận BTC thì suy giảm giá trị sẽ xảy ra đều đều và thậm chí còn giảm nhiều hơn”. Mô hình của Barclay đã chia dân số toàn cầu thành 3 phần, bao gồm những người dễ mắc bệnh, những người dễ bị tổn thương nhưng không bị nhiễm bệnh và những người miễn dịch. Những người bị “truyền nhiễm” là những người mua 0.1% tiền điện tử trong lần đầu tiên. Trong khi đó, có 25% dân số dễ bị Bitcoin làm lung lay ý chí do sợ bỏ lỡ. Một số người miễn dịch thì sẽ không bao giờ mua Bitcoin. Barclays lưu ý Bitcoin thường được ưa chuộng ở các nền kinh tế yếu kém. Theo ông Abate, “tiền điện tử có thể là nơi trú ẩn an toàn ở những nền kinh tế ít được người dân tin tưởng. Việc chấp nhận rộng rãi các công nghệ tiền điện tử phải đối mặt với những thách thức to lớn và những người đương nhiệm quyết liệt”. Lo ngại nạn rửa tiền? Nhiều người tin rằng Barclays đóng tài khoản Coinbase do lo ngại về AML. Các chính phủ đã đánh thuế 17 tỷ đô la tiền phạt liên quan đến AML kể từ năm 2009 và các giao thức AML của EU, Hoa Kỳ tiếp tục trở nên khó khăn hơn. Ngân hàng Danske hiện đang phải đối mặt với mức phạt từ 6 đến 8 tỷ đô la do vi phạm AML mà theo một số nhà phân tích thì đó là vụ bê bối rửa tiền lớn nhất từ trước đến nay. Các cơ quan quản lý cũng đã điều tra hoặc phạt Commonwealth Bank of Australia, chi nhánh tại Anh của Ngân hàng Canara Ấn Độ, Ngân hàng Standard Chartered, Ngân hàng Deutsche, Tập đoàn tài chính Mitsubishi UFJ và Goldman Sachs. CEO Jason Blick của ngân hàng kỹ thuật số toàn cầu EQIBank dành cho doanh nghiệp và các cá nhân có giá trị ròng cao cho rằng các quy định về AML và Hiểu khách hàng (KYC) là lý do tiềm năng buộc Barclays phải đóng tài khoản của Coinbase. “Các hệ thống nội bộ của ngân hàng truyền thống không được thiết kế để đối phó với các ngành công nghiệp đột phá hoặc sáng tạo. Nhiều ngân hàng đang phải đối mặt với mức phạt kỷ lục do vi phạm AML và KYC. Hầu hết các ngân hàng truyền thống chỉ đơn giản là không hiểu cách quản lý rủi ro tài sản kỹ thuật số và tiền điện tử”. Ngoài các thách thức AML, KYC và nhu cầu về công nghệ mới của người tiêu dùng, Blick lưu ý một số ngân hàng đương nhiệm không thể duy trì dịch vụ online. Ngân hàng toàn cầu HSBC chỉ là một trong những ngân hàng lớn phải đối mặt với sự cố ngừng hoạt động trực tuyến khiến khách hàng không thể truy cập vào tài khoản và các dịch vụ khác thông qua mạng internet. Khách hàng của Bank of America, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, ANZ Bank, Royal Bank of Scotland và NatWest đều phải chịu đựng những vấn đề tương tự. Cụ thể: “Họ không thể đáp ứng các hoạt động ngân hàng có nhu cầu ngay lập tức như các khách hàng và ngành công nghiệp tiền điện tử mong đợi… Nhưng thế giới đã thay đổi. Chúng tôi di động và trực tuyến. Chúng tôi hy vọng có thể sử dụng các giao dịch thời gian thực và truy cập vào các dịch vụ tài chính suốt ngày đêm. Nhưng đáng tiếc các ngân hàng lớn, như Barclays, không thể theo kịp”. Ngoài ra, Blick cũng nhắc đến các ngân hàng dám đương đầu với thách thức như ClearBank. Họ đổi mới từ gốc rễ và sử dụng các phương pháp phân tích hành vi để nhận biết KYC và AML. Ông khẳng định “những người chấp nhận thách thức là những người đi đầu trong việc thúc đẩy công nghệ kỹ thuật số và định hình tương lai của ngân hàng. Scigala nói thêm: “Các tổ chức lớn như Barclays sẽ tự làm mình trở nên lỗi thời nếu họ không nắm bắt toàn bộ tài sản kỹ thuật số khan hiếm và tiền lập trình”.
Chromaway aims to support over 50 million tps per day on their public Blockchain already with their minimal viable product, which is planned to launch in October of 2018. Token transfer should be completed within 2 seconds, similar to how Steemit is currently running. Unlike Ethereum that has a standard transaction fee, Dapps that build on Chromaway have the posibility to customize their fees. Since every decentralized application built on Chromaway has its own blockchain, atomic swapping will be integrated in the ecosystem. Interblockchain transfers is planned to be effortless. Chroma tokens are used in Chromapolis to compensate block-producing nodes, however fees will not be paid by the user, but instead by the dapp developers.
What are Chromaway Tokens used for?
Allows dapps to pay hosting fees.
Currency within the Chromapolis economy, as dapps can collect it as fees, or use as reserves to peg their own tokens
Chroma tokens are used for stake and reservation, reducing circulating supply.
Chromaway Token Metrics
A total of 1 billion tokens will be generated at the launch of the mainnet. 15% (of all tokens) will be sold initially to select partners.The rest will be locked and released slowly over time. Up to 22% will be unlocked during the first year. After launch, up to 12% per year will be released**.** This creates long-term incentive for Chromapolis development. After three years, Chromapolis development and governance must transition to a decentralized model.
Thus percentage of tokens in circulation changes over time:
ChromaWay started with the pioneering work done by Alex Mizrahi on the original colored coins project since 2012, when he made the first implementation. Alex led the colored coins open source project until 2014 when he, together with Or Perelman, Iddo Bentov and Henrik Hjelte, formed Chromaway. Since then ChromaWay has kept innovating and is behind projects and services such as Postchain, a private blockchain that combines the power of a SQL database with the security of a private blockchain. ChromaWay has also been a pioneer within using blockchain technology, being part of the first project to have a bank issue a currency on the Bitcoin Blockchain with LHV Bank in 2014. ChromaWay is also the first company to have the first Western government exploring blockchain for Land Registry with the Swedish Lantmäteriet. Their head office in Stockholm is situated in one of the most emblematic buildings of the city, the Central Station. The underlying technology for this project is Chromaway’s two innovative products. First is Esplix, the smart workflow middleware which enables processes and workflows to be described using code and then enforced by the participants in the system. Second is Postchain, a consortium database technology which combines the capabilities of enterprise databases with private blockchains. The solution in this project is about streamlining and securing the process leading up the transfer of a property title.
ICO DOG Statement Regarding Chromaway
Team Chromaway team has proven that running an ICO requires more than raw knowledge and skill. They have been quite incompetent dealing with the recent drama around their project. Also, the fact that they have worked with both Ian Balina as well as Benn Godenzi, made a lot of investors question their motives. When asked why they are not opened to a public sale, the CEO as well as the CTO of Chromaway answered that they want to protect retail investors, however they bring two of the biggest ICO shiller publicly onto the projects and delegate around 20% of the hardcap to such people. The community sentiment is currently pretty bad around Chromaway. Eventhough their review on a fundamental level is excellent, they still have to work much harder on a human level, if they want to achieve mainstream adoption of their Blockchain. Becoming the mainstream adopted Blockchain is currently the biggest race of our lifetime. The Chromaway team has more competition than any other industry. Personally, I found it a big mistake that the CEO of this company will not be open to any help he can get.
Chromaway as an Investment Opportunity
Short Term Outlook: (Positive)
Due to massive hype, all the shillers on board and a very limited token supply at a very low token price, this project is categorized as a perfect Pump & Dump ICO. The main reason why the project might not do as well is that there is a very uncontrolled gateway in private and public pools around Chromaway. Also, the amount of fear that the public has about this project is unheard of.
Long Term Outlook: (Very Positive)
The Chromaway team already proved several times that they are very skilled in blockchain and public ledger technologies. Their whitepaper is well structured, their product has been under construction long before their ICO. With a somewhat stable currency due to the inflation model, as well as the flexible dApp fees for developers, I can see a lot of developers and projects jumping on board of the Chromapolis platform.
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