Good news for liskers today: One of the most influential investors is now interested in LISK as a Ethereum competitor. LISK sidechains are definitely yet another way (possibly safer, more flexible and more scalable) to create, deploy and execute smart contracts

Good news for liskers today: One of the most influential investors is now interested in LISK as a Ethereum competitor. LISK sidechains are definitely yet another way (possibly safer, more flexible and more scalable) to create, deploy and execute smart contracts

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https://twitter.com/cburniske/status/973556029203079169

1/ Put together some informal thoughts on smart contract platforms for friends that I figured I should share. Clearly, this market is #Ethereum’s to lose.

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https://twitter.com/cburniske/status/973556438554554368

PS:

Have you ever thought that we can use plv8 engine in PostgreSQL, the database layer behind LISK to deploy and execute JavaScript smart contracts? https://github.com/plv8/plv8

PL/v8 is a shared library that provides a PostgreSQL procedural language powered by V8 JavaScript Engine. With this program you can write in JavaScript your function that is callable from SQL.

PL/v8 is a trusted procedural language that is safe to use, fast to run and easy to develop, powered by V8 JavaScript Engine

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