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Kambria team members have been thinking deeply about the role of judges in the Kambria ecosystem. Specifically, they’ve been keen on developing a consensus mechanism for the Kambria Network that implements a more reliable and better governance for judges. Based on the challenges related to judges, Kambria’s Blockchain Engineer, Tu Phan, and Kambria Advisor, Michelle Tsing, have created the Kambria Innovation Judge Protocol. The Protocol will be used in hackathons and bounty challenges, two methods Kambria…

Ask a few dozen random people about the things they cannot live without and many will immediately respond, “my smartphone!” Who would have thought that an invention could scale so quickly and become an inseparable part of our daily lives? In just over 10 years the mainstream adoption of smartphones has increased to a point that many are solely reliant on their device for news, weather, social media, hotel or restaurant reservations, online shopping, playing…

While the term “sharing economy” first started to appear in the early 2000s, services such as Airbnb, Uber, and Lyft have dramatically increased the popularity of peer-to-peer service delivery over the last ten years. Also referred to as “collaborative consumption”, the sharing economy has successfully harnessed technology to allow individuals to market tangible and intangible personal resources — like an extra room, office space, or a ride — at scale. But as cool and innovative as these sharing economy…