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Researching and implementing lighter Ethereum 2.0 clients
Nimbus is a research project and a client implementation for Ethereum 2.0 designed to perform well on embedded systems and personal mobile devices, including older smartphones with resource-restricted hardware.See our repos
We’re translating the latest Ethereum 2.0 research like BN curves, BLS signatures and RANDAO games into practical, performant and reusable libraries to provide fertile exploration ground for further R&D. Want to run advanced simulations and tests? Get in touch!See docs
We’re building Nimbus as a common good with liberal licensing to allow the widest deployment of Ethereum 2.0 possible. Want to integrate Nimbus in your product? Get in touch!
We're crazy about hacking together. Want to make Nimbus or Nim the focus of your hackathon? Coming to one of ours but not sure where to start? We'd love to help you out and get the ball rolling. Get in touch!
The Nim language delivers safe and performant code on any platform with a C compiler available. Developing the latest RISC-V boards or simply have an old Windows machine lying around? Get in touch!
Nimbus is an open source initiative in which anyone can get involved. There are a number of ways to contribute:
We are always looking for passionate and talented individuals to join our team.
As an open source project, anyone anywhere can get involved and contribute code.
We are an open community and happy to answer your questions and help you learn more about Nimbus.
We’re a diverse group of researchers, engineers, and scientists with a passion for web3 technologies. We work primarily in Nim.
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