The testnet network stopped producing randomness prior to the v2 ceremony, and we break down the reasons why
Here you can find project updates, upcoming events, and breaking news about the drand project.
Unchained and fast randomness is here to stay 🚀
In which we learn more about modern Distributed Key Generation algorithms.
After identifying a non-compliance issue with the BLS RFC on G1, we are launching a new RFC compliant quicknet network to replace fastnet.
Join the drand core maintainers for a series of 8 sessions on the nuts and bolts of the drand codebase.
A brief primer on what drand is and how it works
Our tlock implementations were reviewed for security issues and are now production ready!
A breakdown of what happened at our Randomness Summit in Tokyo
Following the launch of a new `fastnet` mainnet network on March 1st, 2023, we are proud to announce general availability of Timelock Encryption!
How to use randomness on the FVM - part 1: a simple raffle app on the FVM using drand
Automata becomes the newest member of the League of Entropy. We've asked them why they're motivated by drand and decided to contribute - check what they said!
Join us in discovering how to use drand in your applications.
Join us in welcoming IPFSForce as the newest member of the League of Entropy!
2022 came to an end with some noteworthy achievements for the drand team. We took some time to reflect on our achievements and set the scene for 2023. In this blogpost we share the highlights of 2022 and our roadmap for 2023.
So far, all of the nodes that participate in the League of Entropy’s drand network have been placed on Earth. But this has just changed! Temporarily for now, but hopefully, more permanently in the near future. Read on to find out all the details.
Monitoring distributed systems is a challenge. While there are established patterns and solutions for monitoring the most common types of applications, there is usually no silver bullet. In this blog post we outline the challenges that we faced when implementing monitoring for one such system, drand.
Drand was recently presented at the North Sec conference! Here is a brief summary of the event and the drand talk, as well as the answers to a few of the interesting questions we received.
StorSwift becomes the newest member of the League of Entropy. We've asked them why they're motivated by drand and decided to contribute - check what they said!
The drand team has been hard at work the last couple of months to develop and integrate new and extremely valuable features into the drand codebase: timelock encryption, and multi-frequency support!
This blog post covers the second set of responses we received from League of Entropy members on our question: What’s the value of drand for your organisation and why do you support it!