A scalable verification solution for blockchains

Secure, scalable, decentralized computation.

TrueBit gives Ethereum smart contracts a computational boost. Don't let Ethereum's gas limit drag your imagination! A novel incentive structure guarantees fast, reliable, and affordable results without third-party trust.


TrueBit integrates with existing technology. Here's what's in store.

A community cloud you can trust. Offer rewards in exchange for computational tasks, or get paid for providing correct solutions.
bullet Dogether. Add smart contract functionality to your cryptocurrency, or trade its tokens without an exchange.
bullet Scalable "on-chain" storage. Store data on Swarm or an external blockchain, and then use it as input for smart contracts.
Increase transaction throughput. Build your own cryptocurrency with high transaction volume.
bullet Interact with miners like never before. Introducing smart contracts that can check any proof-of-work.
bullet Decentralized streaming video via Livepeer.
bullet Autonomous machine learning including the ArtDAO and vision-enabled smart contracts.
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Our team.

The Verifier's Dilemma, discovered by TrueBit's founder together with Loi Luu, Raghav Kulkarni, and Prateek Saxena in 2015, limits miners' incentives to process transactions. TrueBit bypasses this bottleneck.


Jason Teutsch is a mathematician and computer scientist whose research focuses on distributed systems security, game theory, and algorithmic randomness. He has held postdoctoral positions at National University of Singapore, Penn State, and Universitšt Heidelberg, research positions at think tanks RAND and IDA, and multiple Fulbright fellowships.
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Christian Reitwiessner plays an active and pivotal role in the development and maintenance of Ethereum. In addition to researching future directions for the Ethereum community, he led the development of Solidity, the language of Ethereum smart contracts, as well as cpp-ethereum, a client application required to run the network.
General Counsel

Florian Glatz, counsel at DWF, has worked full-time as a lawyer, software developer, and academic researcher in the blockchain space since 2013. As a lawyer and researcher, he navigates the uncharted waters of smart contracts and cryptocurrencies in a world of legacy legal systems. As a software developer, Florian focuses on software-driven innovation in law and finance.

Ryan Zurrer is Principal and Venture Partner at Polychain Capital where he leads private investments and helps projects structure their token offerings. Ryan has been an active angel investor in the blockchain ecosystem since 2012, and he ran a Bitcoin mining operation throughout 2013. Previously he was CEO of a Brazilian renewables firm and managed their 958MW portfolio.

Trent McConaghy and his colleagues at BigchainDB & IPDB are building a shared database for the Internet, for sovereign personal data, and to fairly compensate creators. His AI research has helped drive Moore's Law, reconcile human and machine creativity, and ensure humanity's role in an increasingly autonomous world. Trent advises Estonia's E-residency program.

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