IOHK Blog: The abstract nature of the Cardano consensus layer
This new series of technical posts by IOHK’s engineers considers the choices being made
May 28, 2020 Edsko de Vries 21 mins read
As we head towards Shelley on the Cardano mainnet, we’re keen to keep you up to date with the latest news. We also want to highlight the tireless work going on behind the scenes, and the team of engineers responsible.
In this Developer Deep Dive series of occasional technical blogs, we open the floor to IOHK’s engineers. Over the months ahead, our Haskell developers will offer a candid glimpse into the core elements of the Cardano platform and protocols, and share insights into the choices that have been made.
Here, in the first of the series, we consider the use of abstraction in the consensus layer.
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