Le túumben protocolo fantasma competirá yéetel páawo'ob rayos

The creators of the protocols SPECTRE and GHOST Jonathan Sompolinski and Aviv Zohar described the new protocol in a document published this week. The PHANTOM protocol promises reliable confirmation of transactionsat any network bandwidth”, including smart contracts. The new development is based on the previous solution from the same command, SPECTRE, which departs from the traditional block structure of bitcoin and uses more scalabledirected acyclic block graphs” (blockDAG). Researchers describe the technology as “generalización le tsolokbal Satoshi, Ba'ax asab ma'alo'ob adecuado utia'al juntúul t.u.m séeba'an wa nukuch bloques.”

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U jela'anil in u soluciones xma' conexión bey le páawo'ob rayo, Ka le transacciones ku ku beetiko'ob ti' jump'éel páawo'ob agregación, Phantom k'u'ubul jump'éel solución cliente ku ti' ku cha'antik p'atik tuláakal le datos transaccionales ti' le blockroom.

Bin le autores, le noj bejo' característica distintiva ti' le waya'as jach ku meentik u páajtal u orden lineal u bloques, Ba'ax ma' permitió u le espectro. Utia'al le ba'ala', meyajtiko'ob le “algoritmo voraz” on the blockDAG platform and distinguishes blocks generated byhonestnodes fromnon-cooperatingnodes that deviate from the mining protocol. As the developers write, this difference allows allhonest nodesto reach a consensus. Solving the problem of linear ordering allows PHANTOM to scale any calculation, including smart contracts.

Sompolinski and Zohar recognize that for the sake of linear ordering, PHANTOM sacrificed the transaction confirmation rate, which was higher in the earlier SPECTRE protocol. But researchers are going to solve this problem in future work.

Autor: Richard Abermann