Delphus, our secure, decentralized research manager, just got a very important new feature: end-to-end encrypted and federated chat, voice, and video calls, powered by Matrix and Riot. Here’s how we built it. Why Matrix? End-to-end encryption is necessary for our private researcher-participant communications, where sensitive information is often exchanged. This made Matrix, one of the Continue Reading
Over the past few months, we’ve had a blast building Delphus, a revolutionary scientific study manager built for the Ethereum blockchain. Our product is built on the premise that studies should be transparent, secure, and accessible to everyone. In this post, we’ll share the history of our project as it has evolved to become what Continue Reading
Sponsr.us, a student-run entrepreneurial nonprofit group, recently interviewed Will Hemond, co-founder of Scintillating and Delphus. Check out their article on Medium!
Price volatility is the Achilles’ heel of a distributed application, or DApp for short. Nobody wants to deposit funds when Ether dipped 30% in the last month. And, while stablecoins like Dai can solve this issue, they have notoriously poor documentation, as we mentioned in our previous post. Furthermore, most existing DApps are already designed Continue Reading
While Dai is a useful tool and allows for stability of a platform, there are not many instructions on how to implement this token into either a new Distributed Application or an existing one. Further, existing documentation does not appear to exist with few understandable comments, which, to be fair, is somewhat understandable with such Continue Reading
If you don’t know what Delphus is and would like to know more, please check out our earlier post here as well as our website here. As you may already know, the one issue most have with cryptocurrencies is the overall volatility of most networks. For example, Bitcoin, mostly due to surrounding hype and a Continue Reading
Welcome to the official blog of Scintillating and Delphus. In this blog, we would like to talk about the development of our product. In an age of increasing lack of privacy, evidenced by corporations like Facebook and Amazon, data is easily sold off and not valued by corporations. The medical field specifically faces a large Continue Reading