11 votes An implementation of C++'s std::unique_ptr that represents each object as an NFT on the Ethereum blockchain Posted April 12 by spit-evil-olive-tips Tags: cplusplus, memory management, blockchain, ethereum, offbeat https://github.com/zhuowei/nft_ptr Link information This data is scraped automatically and may be incorrect. Title zhuowei/nft_ptr Authors zhuowei Word count 1091 words 4 comments Collapse replies Expand all Comments sorted by most votes newest first order posted relevance OK  spit-evil-olive-tips (OP) April 12 Link As we all know, adding blockchain to a problem automatically makes it simple, transparent, and cryptographically secure. For a limited time, you can buy any Git commit from this repository as a Non-Fungible Token on my Content-First Multimedia Proof-of-Authority revision-controlled realtime collaborative private enterprise blockchain (a shared Google Doc). 9 votes petrichor April 12 Link Parent nft_ptr has negligible performance overhead compared to std::unique_ptr, as shown by this benchmark on our example program: Implementation Runtime std::unique_ptr 0.005 seconds nft_ptr 3 minutes For more information, please read our white paper. 8 votes streblo April 12 Link Really hope the committee adds this to C++23, something like this in the standard library be very beneficial in my industry of grifting and buzzwords. Really hope the committee adds this to C++23, something like this in the standard library be very beneficial in my industry of grifting and buzzwords. 2 votes anothersimulacrum April 12 Link This is excellent, thanks for sharing it! This is excellent, thanks for sharing it!