Golang for Blockchain
When you know Go, you'll Gno.
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He's not the new kid on the block, being the founder of the Cosmos Hub and co-founder of Tendermint, Jae Kwon has made it possible to make a fair share of blocks in the world of blockchains. Being a firm believer of keeping the Cosmos Hub as minimalistic as possible and focus on Interchain Security for "consumer chains" he envisioned a new Hub, GnoLand as a robust blockchain for Interoperable Concurrent Smart Contracts that scale by utilizing Gnolang, a strong, robust Go interpreter that's fast enough for blockchain technology and smart contracts.
Through his believes on decentralisation and ideas on governance, GnoLand will not be governed depending on who has the biggest bags but governance will be through proof-of-contribution, making it also an ideal chain for people with technical knowledge to gain more voting power then people with a lot of money. This motivated me to learn more about it because at the moment proof-of-stake chains are indeed becoming more and more centralised and governance is not always in the best interest of a chain or the smaller retail investors and the community who really cares about a project or chain.
We don't want to bring the corrupt system from outside, into web3 as we're witnessing more and more everyday, do we? We need to give the people, who don't have a voice outside, their voice and power back, not by what or how much they own, rather by what their contribution to society is.
At the moment, GnoLand is on testnet2, available for projects who want to build on GnoLand with support of the existing Crew and ALL technical people are more then welcome to contribute and by doing so, will automatically earn voting power on the future of the chain.
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