Development update

An update about what we've been working on for the first half of 2019 (and maybe a bit earlier). Most of our work has been focused on Rell, and on refining our dapp development process.…

It's AMA season here at Chromia!

It's AMA season here at Chromia!

As you may have noticed, we have recently had the pleasure of attending a number of AMAs hosted by members of our community. We thought it would be good to take the opportunity to showcase some of those gracious hosts, and highlight some of the most interesting questions that were asked.…

Goodbye Chromapolis, say hello to Chromia!

Goodbye Chromapolis, say hello to Chromia!

For the past year a bunch of developers and blockchain enthusiasts have been working on something big - a plan to unfuck the internet. It has been known as Chromapolis, now we are reinventing and rebranding. It’s time to say hello to Chromia.…

Chromapolis at Hackinequality 2019

Chromapolis at Hackinequality 2019

We are pleased to announce that Chromapolis will partner with GoodDollar, who is hosting a hackathon for all current and aspiring blockchain developers and enthusiasts in Tel Aviv, Israel. After months of working hard to develop an initial testnet for our platform, the team is ready to show the world what benefits the platform has and therefore allow other developers to test Chromapolis and develop in it. Hackinequality 2019 is…

Chromia and decentralization - explained by TianLin Shao

Chromia and decentralization - explained by TianLin Shao

TianLin Shao, VP Business Development Asia of ChromaWay, visited Davos, the international meeting point for the most influential people in the globe. The World Economic Forum, as well as parallel conferences destined to discuss distinct matters such as new technologies, took place between the 22nd and the 25th of January. Tianlin participated in several blockchain-related events with eminent players in the field, among them was the BlockBase event in Davos.…

Towards publicly-hosted applications

Towards publicly-hosted applications

It is often said that blockchain is a solution in search of a problem. Chromia is a response to problems that we have observed in the real world. This article intends to describe those problems and how we think it is possible to solve them. It is meant for a wide audience -- blockchain skeptics and enthusiasts, programmers and end-users alike.Problems with centralized applicationsAside from a few peer-to-peer applications,…