Enigma and Intel SGX (Software Guard Extensions) Announcement Collaboration

Enigma Announces Partnership With Intel

The Enigma team has recently announced an upcoming partnership with Intel to research and develop technologies. The companies have teamed up to solve problems concerning the largest challenges that the blockchain industry is facing today: privacy, security and scalability issues.

Enigma intends to create the first platform for scalable, end-to-end decentralized apps (DApps), and the company itself acknowledges that this will not be an easy task, so this partnership appears at a great time for the company. The partnership is part of a larger effort to create a great team and find the right partners to create the Enigma technology.

Enigma Will Use Intel SGX

As part of this announced partnership, Enigma will be using Intel Software Guard Extensions (SGX) in the near future, which will be a key to creating new privacy technologies. One of the objectives is the creation of a solution that can be used to protect data while it still allows this data to be scalable and usable.

Enigma’s testnet launch will be made in the coming weeks and the company will continue to build its mainnet, which is scheduled to be launched at the second half of the year.

Intel Will Talk More About Partnership With Enigma in Tel Aviv

Enigma’s announcement also states that Intel will be highlighting the work of the company during their speech at the Cyber Week 2018, which will be happening in Tel Aviv.

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