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Data chains: what? why? how?

What? A chain is an image we all know. It represents strength and reliability. Bitcoin has made use of such imagery in the implementation of a blockchain. A blockchain is a chain of links where each link couples transactions (blocks

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Introduction & Technical Overview of SAFE Consensus

The features included in decentralized networks can be quite varied based on the proposed goals of the technology. From the sharing capabilities offered by Bittorrent to user privacy enabled via To… Source: Introduction & Technical Overview of SAFE Consensus

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Structuring Networks with XOR

Originally posted on MaidSafe:
A prerequisite to understanding the SAFE Network on a technical level, including the consensus process, requires knowledge of the underlying structure which powers it as a decentralized, autonomous system. Peer-to-peer networks can be categorised into two…

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Experts and the corruption of truth!

This is another observation post and not a member of MaidSafe series. I need to get around to writing more on that. This is related though for sure. It’s also a rant which may not be very useful. This should

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Proof Of Storage (maidsafe part II)

Sorry folks, another too fast an furious post, forgive mistakes and I will again update with any comments and improvements. Proof of Storage != Proof Of Resource  Proof of storage is an important part of proof of resource, but only

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