Marlowe and ACTUS
Updated: Sep 29, 2020
Simon Thompson, senior research lead at IOHK, with a track record of teaching and research in functional programming at the University of Kent, UK. He is the author of standard texts on Haskell and Erlang, a series of MOOCs in Erlang, and over a hundred research papers.
Dmytro Kondratiuk, Financial Contract Engineer at IOHK.
Marlowe is a language for defining financial smart contracts, running on Cardano and, potentially, other blockchains. In the first talk Simon described the rationale and high-level design of Marlowe, and in the second Dmytro described how ACTUS contracts can be implemented using Marlowe. There was also demonstrated how Marlowe works in the browser-based Marlowe Playground.
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