by Alexandra Heller, Parity Technologies Communications Jutta Steiner recently announced Fredrik Harrysson (Twitter, Github) as Parity’s new CTO. I sat down with Fredrik to chat about his vision for Parity’s software
by Jutta Steiner, CEO Almost three years ago we started Parity Technologies with the aspiration to build the fastest and most secure software for Ethereum and the decentralised web. Over the years, we’
by Thibaut Sardan, Parity Technologies Light clients are crucial elements in blockchain ecosystems. They help users access and interact with a blockchain in a secure and decentralized manner without having to sync the
by Afri Schoedon, Parity Technologies Release Manager Code-named “Ethereum,” the Parity Ethereum client v2.0 release has arrived. This release not only comes with new features, performance optimisations, and general stability improvements but
Just as most web applications shouldn't need to reimplement their own version of HTTP, we believe that it's wasted effort for every team creating a new blockchain to have to implement all the networking and consensus code from scratch.
by Dmitriy Kashitsyn, Parity Technologies Core Dev Programming is hard. Not because our hardware is complex, but simply because we're all humans. Our attention span is limited, our memory is volatile—in other
Recently there’s been a lot of discussion around using Wasm for blockchain development. Here's what the buzz is about: The issues with current tech Ethereum pioneered the field of decentralised application platforms
Summary: A consensus issue on the public test network Ropsten has revealed a consensus vulnerability that can be triggered by a malformed transaction. Severity: Critical Product affected: Parity Ethereum client Affected versions: stable
A potential consensus issue with Parity Ethereum has been identified. Severity: Critical Product affected: Parity Ethereum client Affected versions: stable track up to 1.10.5-stable beta track: up to 1.11.2-beta
We founded Parity Technologies with the aspiration to write the best and safest software we can. We’ve learned a lot from our past mistakes. The wallet bugs, in particular, lead us to
We are early pioneers in a new industry where software is money, and one oversight can cost millions to the very users we work so hard to support. We started Parity Technologies in 2015 with the goal to build the fastest and most secure software for Ethereum and the decentral web.