Mountain View Smart Contracts is a cooperative research group, established in April 2016, in Mountain View, CA.

We study smart contracts and systems level design using blockchain technology. Rich Bodo is the current principal and lead designer of our projects to date.

Our recent activities:

In late 2016 and early 2017, we successfully designed, built, and supported the live deployment of the World Food Programmes building blocks prototype in Pakistan before handing it off to a much more capable team. This is the video recap. It was originally pitched at the Silicon Valley Ethereum Meetup. The code repo for that one is private, but the project is ongoing within the WFP.
In 2017 we conducted research into creating new connections between peer-production and markets. This work is sponsored, in part, by Mozilla. The Repo is active and research is ongoing. Some research (1) papers (2) have been published on that work and at least two companies are being formed to productize that research.
In 2018 we began work on market infastructure for the space industry with SpaceBase. In 2019 we began work on market infrastructure for the health care industry with CoverUs. Both of those projects are ongoing and we hope to publish some work from those projects soon.

Very occasionally, we may share our experiences here - Coding With Gas

Smart Contracts: The Working Parts

The State of Smart Contract Development

In this series, we will survey reliable sets of tools and techniques for smart contract development. Each installement of the series will have all tutorial steps tested, before it is published.

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