NuCypher Hackathon Guidelines
Welcome to the NuCypher + CoinList Build hackathon! Checkout out the welcome post and hackathon guidelines here.
- NuCypher Network - the proxy re-encryption network itself
- pyUmbral - Python reference implementation of Umbral, our threshold proxy re-encryption scheme
- Presentation Slides explaining proxy re-encryption and NuCypher
- Whitepaper - A proxy re-encryption network to empower privacy in decentralized systems
- Umbral Specification - if you want to look at the math behind Umbral
Fully Homomorphic Encryption
- NuFHE - a GPU-accelerated fully homomorphic encryption library
- Sputnik - an assembly language and interpreter built using NuFHE to execute the first-ever fully homomorphic smart contract
- Discord - our main development channel; feel free to jump in with technical questions for our team
Check out our development guide to start buidling with NuCypher.
Connecting to a Fleet
Running a Local Network
Simulate the NuCypher network locally by running a local development fleet.
Connecting to the DevNet
Alternatively, instead of running a local nucypher development fleet of Ursulas, you can connect your node to our dedicated hackathon devnet.
See the network status here: http://22.214.171.124:12500/
(nucypher) $ nucypher ursula init --federated-only ... (nucypher) $ nucypher ursula run --network devnet --teacher-uri 126.96.36.199:9151
For more detailed information see our official documentation
Sample demo applications are available: