Release of a first version of, a Tezos block explorer

OCamlPro is proud to release a first version of TzScan (, its Tezos block explorer to ease the use of the Tezos network. What TzScan can do for you : – Several charts on blocks, operations, network, volumes, fees, and more, – Marketcap and Futures/IOU prices from, – Blocks, operations, accounts and contracts detail pages,[…]

OCamlPro’s Liquidity-lang demo at JFLA2018 – a smart-contract design language

As a tradition, we took part in this year’s Journées Francophones des Langages Applicatifs (JFLA 2018) that was chaired by LRI’s Sylvie Boldo and hosted in Banyuls the last week of January. That was a nice opportunity to present a live demo of a multisignature smart-contract entirely written in the #Liquidity language designed at OCamlPro,[…]

2017 at OCamlPro

Since 2017 is just over, now is probably the best time to review what happened during this hectic year at OCamlPro… Here are our big 2017 achievements, in the world of blockchains (the Liquidity smart contract language, Tezos and the Tezos ICO,  etc.), of OCaml (with OPAM 2, flambda 2 etc.), and of formal methods[…]


As you may have noticed, on the begining of April I have some urge to write something technical about some deeply specific point of OCaml. This time I’d like to tackle that through sudoku. It appearch that Sudoku is of great importance considering the number of posts explaining how to write a solver. Following that[…]

Release of Alt-Ergo 1.30 with experimental support for models generation

We have recently released a new (public up-to-date) version of Alt-Ergo. We focus in this article on its main new feature: experimental support for models generation. This work has been done with Frédéric Lang, an intern at OCamlPro from February to July 2016. The idea behind models generation The idea behind this feature is the[…]


As you may know, there is a subset of Javascript that compiles efficiently to assembly used as backend of various compilers including a C compiler like emscripten. We’d like to present you in the same spirit how never to allocate in OCaml. Before starting to write anything, we must know how to find if a[…]