Since its first implementation around the end of 2019, the `Registrar #1` (which is now a set of registrars), has evolved a lot. This article looks back on those evolutions as well as at the current stand. I will go through the challenges I ran into and how they have been solved. This includes a few dedicated web services, the use of a BPM engine as well as new functionnalities recently added to Polkadot, Kusama and the Westend chains.
Docker is a powerful virtualization tool. While this is not the only virtualization solution available today, it remains one of the simplest to use. Let's see if and how it plays a critical role in decentralized systems.
Table of Contents 1. Disclaimer 2. Brave Features 2.1. Multi-platform support 2.2. Privacy as core feature 2.3. Brave rewards and BAT tokens 2.4. Chrome extensions support 2.5. Security 2.6. Multi Users 2.7. Incognito on steroids 2.8. Encrypted sync out of the Google realm 2.9. Crypto Wallets 2.10. WebTorrent 2.11. IPFS Google Chrome needs no introduction and most people who visited an internet page within the last 5 years likely used Chrome or one of the Chromium based browsers.
At the launch of the Kusama network, there was no way to identify who the owner of a given account was beside making your own research and adding a name to an account in the https://polkadot.js.org/apps/#/addressbook[PolkadotJS UI]. New solutions have been tested and the system is evolving.