Hey there everyone,
It’s been a while since I’ve been active here on the forum, and between Clio.1, presenting the Rock Pi’s at the Summit, and being a dLab Emurgo fellow, you can imagine things have been busy.
Nonetheless, I am posting right now to announce the launch of my dLab Emurgo fellowship project, Syre.
When I became a fellow, dLab/Emurgo asked me to tackle the Transaction Surety problem. They realized that even after all of these years, the vast majority of people are still constantly worried about losing money every time a transaction is sent with crypto.
As such my project, Syre, is a solution to this issue which is tokenless, blockchain agnostic, and is reasonably easy to implement for any wallet developer. Syre minimizes risk to near 0, limits user input error severely, and provides a guarantee that the money you send will go to the address you expect.
The focus was to get this implemented in Cardano first, but with the Shelly update still upcoming it made sense to make the system work on every blockchain. Thus once Cardano is ready, Syre will be implemented into key wallets such as Yoroi and be usable by all ada holders.
If you are interested to learn more about Syre, please visit the website at Syre.io where you’ll be greeted with a whiteboard video, a whitepaper, an faq, and more to suffice your curiosity and to understand what new features and benefits you’ll be able to enjoy in the near future. If you have any questions, comments, or ideas, feel free to ask below.