In this COMIT blog post
it is investigated if it is possible to make anonymous peer to peer applications in Rust via Tor network.
I understand that CoBlox is focused on research and not on developing specific end user applications/services/products. But on the other hand, the research topics are not just random. They are based on influence from what TenX wants to achieve and what the management of CoBlox believes has meaning and represents a direction of research that fits into the bigger picture of a strategy. Research is always pointed at/moving around a higher purpose or a mission of some sort.
@Tenebrae Thomas, maybe you can put some words on this research on anonymous peer to peer applications in Rust via Tor network - from a helicopter/strategic perspective?
How is this related to TenX’s wish to, at some point, to decentralize parts (The tokenomics/PAY in TenX, the services etc) and in this way also protect/make anti-fragile to free up innovation and services in an otherwise very restricted regulatory environment. Is it a sign that TenX is attempting to avoid becoming “just another bank”, and to keep the freedom to innovate within decentralized finance?
From the Q2 2020 transparency report about the PAY token “We are in the process of completing its transition into a decentralized and community-owned cryptocurrency that is fully usable through the TenX ecosystem.” - Is the research done as part of this particular effort?
What specific challenges are there to decentralizing , while at the same time running a business /productization and monetization within TenX.