Vlad Zamfir is a researcher of cryptoeconomics and consensus protocols, particularly proof-of-stake protocols. Since 2014, Zamfir has been researching proof-of-stake implementations in anticipation of Ethereum’s transition from proof-of-work. The current model he has been perfecting is called correct-by-construction Casper.
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