Professor Emin Gün Sirer Students from across disciplines forge Cornell Blockchain

Congratulates Professor Emin Gün Sirer Students from across disciplines forge Cornell Blockchain

Education Cornell Professor Emin Gün Sirer bangs a gong!!

Education is Winning, Science is Winning

Emin Gün Sirer, associate professor of computer science and co-founder of the Initiative for Cryptocurrencies and Contracts, a consortium of eight top computer science institutions around the world, from London to Zurich – and based at Cornell Tech.

Emin Gün Sirer @el33th4xor
Little known fact: we were the first blockchain institution to ring the NASDAQ bell and open the market.
Ferrara, Ban and other undergraduates from a range of majors and colleges would create Cornell Blockchain, a student club that aims to develop the next generation of blockchain leaders.
Thrilled that the new bridge supports BTC on top of Avalanche as well. It’s the same scarce BTC everyone loves, fully decentralized, being transacted without trusted parties, with full finality in under a second.



What makes this pretty revolutionary is because a) the bridge is trustless and b) the destination chain supports UTXOs. So #Bitcoin fans will feel very at home on the new chain. Also, don’t forget that we’re the most decentralized PoS network in the space in terms of # of nodes

Emin Gün Sirer presents Beyond Blockchains and Proof of Work at Web3 Summit 2019

Emin Gun Sirer Talks About Ava Labs at Token Summit NYC 2019

Avalanche Mainnet is Live

Over the last few years, Avalanche has grown from an idea to a fully-featured platform. With the Avalanche consensus protocol serving as the platform’s engine, transactions are processed at 4,500 transactions per second, with sub-second transactional finality. Avalanche will alleviate bottlenecks that exist in current blockchain systems, as well as usher in a new generation of decentralized applications.

Today, we’re excited to share the launch of Avalanche’s mainnet.

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