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ID: Idea #106377

Spectrum Network | Cross-chain Messaging Protocol

Problem


Cardano lacks a decentralized mechanism that enables programmable cross-chain communication with other blockchains. E.g. it is impossible to make a smart contract to swap native ADA for native ETH.

Solution

Spectrum Network protocol serves as a trustless programmable cross-chain layer that allows cross-chain messaging between Cardano and any other connected blockchains or general data source.

Total so far

This is the total amount allocated to Spectrum Network | Cross-chain Messaging Protocol

Total Funds Requested

₳710,560

Distributed
₳74,979
Remaining
₳635,581
906
Total votes cast
₳302M
Votes yes
₳116M
Votes no

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Team

##Founders

Ilya Oskin

Tech Lead

Engineering Leader with 6 years of experience in the blockchain industry. Keen on functional programming. Took part in the development of the reference node of the eUTxO-based blockchain Ergo and its explorer. Designed and developed the first version of the ErgoDEX protocol from scratch. The main architect of the Spectrum Finance Cardano AMM. Lead researcher and developer of the Spectrum Network

In the scope of the proposal, Ilya is responsible for the research and development of the technical components of the protocol.

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Yasha Black

Product Lead

Product manager, product analyst, UX/UI, and JavaScript developer with 7 years of experience in the IT industry. Built a strong product team, and designed the first version of the Spectrum Finance user interface. Grew up Spectrum Finance product to 15,000 active addresses (Ergo side).

Yasha will lead and control the research and development processes of this proposal ensuring that everything is delivered on time and understandable for the end user.

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##Core team

Timofey Gusev

Lead Core Developer

Developed smart contracts and execution bots for Ergo and Cardano sides of Spectrum Finance protocol (Scala, Haskell, Plutus). Designed and developed an internal Cardano explorer.

In the scope of the proposal, Timofey is responsible for the implementation of various components of the Spectrum protocol in Rust.

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Alexander Romanovsky

Lead Core Developer

Developed smart contracts and off-chain services for Ergo and Cardano sides of the Spectrum Finance AMM protocols (Scala, Haskell, Plutus, Plutarch).

In the scope of the proposal, Alexander is responsible for the implementation of various components of the Spectrum protocol in Rust.

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Ruslan Salakhov

Lead JavaScript Developer

Build the architect of the current Spectrum Finance interface. Has 7+ years of experience as a JavaScript developer and 5 years in building interfaces and tools in fintech.

In the scope of the proposal, Ruslan is responsible for the implementation of Documentation mediums (doc site and landing page).

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Alex Oranov

Senior Blockchain Researcher and Analyst

Has 5 years of experience in research and development, including scientific work, industrial solutions related to artificial intelligence, and data analysis. Participated in the smart contracts design and development of the Yield Farming protocol (Ergo side). Researcher and one of the Whitepaper authors of the Spectrum Network protocol.

In the scope of the proposal, Alex is responsible for the implementation of various components of the Spectrum protocol in Rust.

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Timothy Ling

Senior Core Developer (Rust)

Was a researcher in mathematical finance and code contributor to the Ergo sigma-rust project. Since joining Spectrum, he has contributed to the mainnet launch of the Yield Farming program by developing the off-chain bots in Rust. He is now immersed in the construction of Spectrum Network.

In the scope of the proposal, Timothy is responsible for the implementation of various components of the Spectrum protocol in Rust.

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