Digital Asset Blog
DAML Driven Development: Optimis
Change Healthcare Introduces Payment Blockchain Proof-of-Concept at HIMSS ’19
DAML Driven Development: MV37
DAML Driven Development: Hashed Health
The integral role of contract language in DLT interoperability
DAML wins ‘Best Overall Solution’ at Barclays DerivHack London
How much effort is required to become a DAML-Driven developer?
DAML Driven Development: IntellectEU
HKEX is teaming up with Digital Asset
DAML Driven Development: GFT
Smart contract code: when what you don't write is as important as what you do
How difficult is it to write correct smart contracts? Depends on your tools!
Smart contract language: the real arbiter of truth?
Keeping smart contracts private is hard, unless you truly understand them
"Trust but verify" is a valuable DLT model , does your language support it?
The only valid smart contract is a voluntary one, easier said than done
A new language for a new paradigm: smart contracts
What properties must an enterprise smart contract language have?
Computerworld: ASX details timeline, features for new blockchain-inspired system
Distributed ledgers need more than traditional application design patterns
Blythe Masters interview from Blockchain Insider
ASX Gives Digital Asset’s Technology Green Light to Replace CHESS
Blythe Masters and Michael Bodson to Keynote Synchronize
Digital Asset to be Title Sponsor at Synchronize
Blythe Masters' Remarks and Fireside Chat With DTCC
Update on Open Source Community Work and Whitepapers
Digital Asset Releases Non-technical White Paper
Update on Open-Sourcing Plans for Digital Asset Modeling Language (DAML)
Introducing the Digital Asset Modeling Language: A Powerful Alternative to Smart Contracts for Financial Institutions
Moving Hyperledger to the Linux Foundation
Retiring Hyperledger Beta, Re-Open Sourcing Soon, and Other Changes
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