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Cartesi (CTSI)

Last Updated: 11/08/2022

Official Website: https://cartesi.io/

What is Cartesi (CTSI)?

According to Cartesi, the Blockchain OS is a decentralized Layer-2 infrastructure that supports Linux and standard software components. For the first time, developers are able to build scalable smart contracts using well-known software tools, libraries, and services, bridging the gap between conventional software and blockchain. Thanks to Cartesi, millions of new businesses and their developers are utilizing The Blockchain OS and integrating Linux applications. With his innovative virtual machines, upbeat rollups, and side-chains, Cartesi paves the way for programmers of all stripes to build the next generation of blockchain apps.

To solve the scalability and discomfort problems with blockchain apps, the Blockchain OS coin was developed. CTSI serves as the network's heart. By using and staking CTSI, you support the decentralization, security, and ease of use of The Blockchain OS.

The Cartesi blockchain operating system was the first. Using Linux and popular programming environments, it enables programmers to design decentralized logic while preserving the security and decentralization of blockchains. To achieve this, developers must move past Solidity and use the powerful software tools, libraries, and services they are familiar to in order to create smart contracts. Without any limitations on scale throughout.

  • Stakers receive CTSI rewards by staking their tokens and participating in the network. 
  • Node runners are selected randomly according to a PoS system and gain the right to create the next block. 
  • Users of the network pay CTSI fees to insert data on the side-chain. 
  • Validators will receive CTSI from applications and users when they provide their service for Cartesi Rollups applications. 
  • Full details can be read on the Cartesi Network and CTSI article. 


Erick de Moura - Founder & CEO  

A seasoned professional with over 20 years of business and technical leadership experience. Over the years, he has gained a solid understanding of the software design and development processes and has offered comprehensive solutions to tech companies in a range of verticals, including infrastructure, fintech, healthtech, and e-commerce.

Colin Steil - Co-Founder & COO 

As the co-founder and COO of Cartesi, Colin brings to the project a wealth of experience in execution, community development, and business management. He was formerly a venture capitalist and startup founder. Colin learned about blockchain through the investment holdings of a former venture capital firm and, remembering the early days of Bitmex, saw the promise of the technology and began networking in the sector. Colin has experience managing worldwide partnerships and investments for SOSV's Chinaccelerator and MOX, a venture capital firm with 1,000+ portfolio firms, 800+ million in assets under management, and global accelerator arms. Colin graduated from the University of Alberta with degrees in finance, international business, and commerce.

Diego Nehab - Researcher at IMPA, Founder & CTO at Cartesi 

Diego has extensive knowledge and experience in the fields of computer engineering, graphics processing, and software development. He graduated from Princeton University. The postdoctoral researcher position at Microsoft Research is just one of the many positions that Diego has had. In addition to inventing the future of smart contract development at Cartesi, Diego is an Associate Professor at the IMPA (Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics), a well-known research facility and graduate school for mathematics.

Augusto Texeira – CSO 

A trustless AI marketplace was the original goal of Cartesi, which was devised by Augusto Teixeira in his role as the project's CSO. But as soon as he and the group recognized there was room for much more, Cartesi was born.


Where to store Cartesi (CTSI)

If you are looking for a cold storage wallet to safely store Cartesi tokens offline, we recommend the leading hardware providers Ledger and Trezor.

An alternative wallet provider for CTSI tokens can be Trust Wallet - a multi-currency mobile wallet that enables users to simultaneously store a variety of digital assets in one place. Beginner friendly mobile wallet may be appropriate for users looking for a convenience and accessible app, with trusted security and backup options.  

Likewise, the Atomic Wallet is another wallet provider that supports the Cartesi (CTSI) coin. This software wallet can be downloaded on to a desktop or mobile device and offers a wide range of features such as, enhanced anonymity, decentralisation, and security. 

Most popular and leading browser wallet MetaMask where users can integrate with the network’s Liquidity Mining pools.

Where to Buy and Sell Cartesi (CTSI)  

You can Buy & Sell Cartesi (CTSI) by heading over to the Buy Coins page of our website. Cartesi (CTSI) is available on BC Bitcoin trading against major fiat currencies: GBP and EUR. Buying $CTSI has never been easier, simply place your order and provide your wallet address. Once your payment arrives, Cartesi (CTSI) will be sent directly to your wallet.     

 If you choose to Sell Cartesi (CTSI) you can send us the coins and receive a payment to your bank account. Details and valuation can be found on our Sell Coins page. 

Cartesi (CTSI) Resources: 

Website: https://cartesi.io/ 

Block explorer: https://etherscan.io/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/cartesiproject 

Medium: https://medium.com/cartesi 

Disclaimer: The information provided in this article is intended for informational purposes only. It is the readers responsibility to complete their own research and due diligence. 

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