Aleo is a layer one chain using the ZEXE model to solve scalability and provide privacy by default. This requires placing tiny proofs of computation on chain instead of the actual computation, and this means applications have to compile to proofs. To make this process possible for developers without requiring a PhD in cryptography, we created the compiler language Leo. This workshop will run through the story of Aleo and Leo, and dive into how Leo can be used.
You can view the slides for this workshop through the link here.