PowerdByBuidl 🧱 To keep our community educated & aware of the early-stage projects that we are launching from the buidl Launchpad, we are doing AMAs with each of these projects. During these sessions, Anyone from the community is welcome to attend these meetings and express any questions they have regarding the project.
What is Euler Beats? EulerBeats is an algorithmically generated set of musical NFTs. The Euler record includes NFTs that represent a unique combination of art and music. The algorithm to generate these NFTs is based on the totient function and the Euler number. Currently, EulerBeats’ record includes Genesis, Enigma, and
Multisignature, as the name suggests refers to crypto wallets that require more than a single signature to vouch for a given transaction. Multisignature wallets are often shared by multiple users, allowing them to manage the wallet together. The minimum number of signatures required to sign a transaction needs to be
Multi-party computation as-a-service refers to the business model, allowing consumers to rent the MPC nodes without the need of building them from scratch. With MPCs distributing the computation operation across several nodes, customers can rest assured of end-to-end data privacy. Multi-party computation as-a-service has become one of the most innovative
Multi-party computation (MPC) as the name suggests is a cryptographic mechanism for distributed computation operations. In MPC, the computation operations are distributed among several parties with no single entity being able to foresee others’ data. MPCs are often used by data scientists for joint data analysis without being able to
Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD) is a method used for technical analysis. MACD is a trend-following momentum indicator that can showcase the relationship between two moving averages. The MACD is often calculated by subtracting the 26-day EMA from 12-day EMA (Exponential Moving Average). MACD can also be used to determine
Money transmitters are entities offering money service businesses (MSB). Any business in the United States doing frequent dealings with cryptocurrency must comply with a money transmitter. This is because cryptocurrencies are counted as commodities, thus falling under the FinCEN. Businesses dealing with cryptocurrency also fall under BSA (the Bank Secrecy
A money transfer license (MTL) also commonly known as a money transmitter license legally allows all the money transmitters to conduct their businesses. To assist the government in mitigating any money-related crimes, money transmitters require this special license. Any money transmitter with the MTL must comply with the law. These