A Proof-of-Stake chain utilizing secure JavaScript smart contracts to rapidly build and deploy DeFi... Mark Miller, Dean Tribble... Bill Tulloh was a market manager at smart contract pioneer AMiX.

"we present cryptographic capabilities as an abstraction allowing a similar economy of engineering effort in creating smart contracts"... That’s from the abstract of Capability-based Financial Instruments, written in 2000 using the E language for contracts. Through decades of work in JavaScript standards, features from E such as Promises and Proxies (Proxy) are now part of the toolkit of millions of working JavaScript developers.

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