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I heard about AXIOMA almost 4 years ago and when I invited guys for a small test project to develop the lending and its bundles with the payment system in order to check the Axioma for strength - we could not afford to risk when working with the main processes (B2B sales of cut flowers and potted plants).

As a result, the team coped with the task perfectly, and since then we have trusted them with all of its tasks relating to the web: from the design and development of a personal cabinet for customers to the creation of a floral online exchange from scratch.

Initially, we conducted projects on the classic "waterfall" scheme, but then AXIOMA proposed the AGILE / SCRUM approach. We ourselves adhered to this approach in internal development, therefore, after the first successfully completed project, we became convinced of the obvious advantages of this methodology and completely switched to SCRUM on all our joint projects.

Vladimir Rybnikov
Director of Development and Automation at 7flowers.ru

Mimblewimble: all you need to know

Eugene Pavlenko, CEO @ AXIOMA GROUP is speaking.

The Grin project that implements the Mimblewimble protocol seems to provide the highest level of blockchain privacy ever existed before. On January 15th it launched its miannet.

I got interested and decided to dive into the Mimblewimble protocol specification and documentation related to the Grin project. I tried to set up a node, a miner and to use the wallet.

This article will be the most interesting for:

  • those, who have never heard about neither Grin nor Mimblewimble. You will know they exist and why they are interesting
  • those, who heard something but didn’t get into details. I have gathered all key properties and facts in one article so that it will be easier for you to get a holistic perspective
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