Golem: Graphene 1.0 is here
Golem: Graphene 1.0 is here

Golem: Graphene 1.0 is here

By Alfredo de Candia - 12 Sep 2019

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A few hours ago Golem, a project aiming to build and develop a marketplace dedicated to computational power, announced the release of version 1.0 of Graphene.

Graphene (Graphene Library OS) is a project designed to run applications on Linux, whereas the platform it uses is Intel SGX. A feature of Intel CPUs is that they offer a secure Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) on an unsafe host platform and, since it runs within the SGX libraries, the relevant applications can use this system.

This version 1.0 is the first stable version of the project and was released to give developers the opportunity to experiment and create applications.

Here are some of the features of Graphene 1.0:

  • Improved stability;
  • Enhanced interface security for SGX;
  • Improved documentation and sample app integrations;
  • Statically linked binaries support (SGX-only now);
  • Remote attestation;
  • Support for Ubuntu 18.04 and newer glibc versions (2.19, 2.23, and 2.27);
  • New applications including Memcached, Redis, and Tensorflow.

Golem was one of the first projects to launch an ICO in Poland back in 2016, selling GNT tokens for $8 million in one day. 

Alfredo de Candia

Android developer for over 8 years with a dozen of developed apps, Alfredo at age 21 has climbed Mount Fuji following the saying: "He who climbs Mount Fuji once in his life is a wise man, who climbs him twice is a Crazy". Among his app we find a Japanese database, a spam and virus database, the most complete database on Anime and Manga series birthdays and a shitcoin database. Sunday Miner, Alfredo has a passion for crypto and is a fan of EOS.

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