SCaml: It's not a scam.
Tezos Hands-on Kit
Rise of Plebs
In recent months, we DaiLambda have worked on Plebeia, an implementation of sparse Merkle tree disk storage. It is immutable: persistent and functional both in memory and on disk. It is optimized for data with relatively small sizes under 40 bytes which makes it suitable for blockchains such as Tezos. Plebiea can reduce the size of the current state repository of Tezos down to 1/10. More importantly, since Plebeia is a straightforward implementation of sparse Merkle tree, it can provide Merkle proofs of values easily to lightweight wallets which cannot carry the whole states of blockchain.
Plebeia is currently written in OCaml, but we are also porting it to F* for correctness proofs.[続きを読む]