Mina Ecosystem partners, Chainsafe have published a demo that shows how their Mina ‘Web Node’ would look.
The Mina Foundation have begun publishing a monthly blog update to keep us all informed about the progress being made by each of their main ecosystem partners.
As the project continues to move forward we aim to hear from some of the developers at Chainsafe to find out some of the more technical aspects of their work, but in the meantime we caught up with Tim Ho Chi, Technical Writer & Communications Coordinator at Chainsafe and Lerna Jabourian to get an overview of their plans.
You may have already watched the ChainSafe Systems we posted last week featuring Evan Shapiro and his exciting plans for Snapps and eventual instant finality, we thought it would also be a great idea to publish the other two presentations made by Mina Foundation.
Chainsafe are currently creating an implementation of the Mina Protocol in the Rust programming language. Entitled Mina-rs the new version when completed will succeed the original version written in OCaml.
Progress Update: ChainSafe Systems are responsible for implementing Rust for Mina. The exciting innovation will allow anyone to run a $MINA node from their internet browser.
Mina Foundation’s new grant, awarded to ChainSafe, for building a Rust implementation of the Mina Protocol.