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Group Status: Regular meetings have been postponed until autumn. We remain active through our mail list and rocket chat
Github repository: https://github.com/hyperledger/smart-contracts-wg
Please see Charter for the full text of the charter..
How to Get Involved
Please see Work Products and Links to Ongoing Work.
Please visit the chat channel https://chat.hyperledger.org/channel/smart-contracts-wg.
Contact WG chair Sofia Terzi
TSC Working Group Updates
The scope is to define concepts regarding smart contracts and to produce material to describe the various aspects and meanings, trying to come up to standards or good practices. The audience for smart contracts is large and spans from researchers, developers, businessmen, decision makers, policy makers, law makers, software users, citizens to governments, banks, financial institutions, insurance providers, etc
Two main research topics and separation of interests are:
- Technology oriented
Models of and mechanism for computation
- Formal guarantees on outputs of smart contracts
- Smart contract packaging, code reuse, and dependency auditing
Generation of smart contracts from existing artifacts (natural language, business process, state machines, non smart-contract code)
Data structures and state
Tooling and compilers for existing virtual machines
Design Patterns for Smart Contracts
Upgradeability of smart contracts
- Law oriented
- Smart contracts as representatives of obligations and fulfillment
- Smart contracts law enforcement cascading actions
Please see Extended Scope for an extended version of Technology and Law topics.
These are the mechanisms that this working group uses to communicate.
Teleconference bi-weekly on Wednesday 3 PM GMT time. See the Calendar of Public Meetings for the next meeting and dial in details.
Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/my/hyperledger.community.3
Please see Meeting Agendas
Please see Meeting Notes
Links to Ongoing Work
Links to Completed Work
Recent space activity