eUTXO inherits the per-branches design of the UTXO (Bitcoin)... - Deepstash

Bite‑sized knowledge

to upgrade

your career

Ideas from books, articles & podcasts.

<p dir="ltr">eUTXO inherits th...

eUTXO inherits the per-branches design of the UTXO (Bitcoin) model, where one branch is by definition a sequence of transactions that requires a sequence of validations. To split the logic across different branches and enforce more parallelism, it is essential to build DApps and other solutions using multiple UTXOs . This provides benefits in terms of scaling, just like developing Bitcoin services prerequisites splitting one wallet into sub wallets.

STASHED IN:

1

MORE IDEAS FROM THE SAME ARTICLE

Blockchains achieve immutability and transparency of transaction processing differently. Criteria:

  • Throughput – the number of operations a system can perform within a certain time period. This relates, for example, to the number of transactions or smart contracts proce...

The Alonzo hard fork event will introduce the core building blocks of Plutus 1.0. This is the beginning of ecosystem growth. Although it is still early, the Alonzo testnet allows our developers to assess system properties and build scalable DApps in advance – preparing for their mainnet launch.

Concurrency may or may not improve a system’s performance, throughput, or responsiveness. The amount of concurrency limits the maximum number of simultaneous operations that can be performed.

To obtain actual performance improvements in a UTXO-based blockchain,...

Cardano’s approach to DApp deployment is different and thus it requires a learning curve and a different approach. This is like working with different programming languages: there is one goal – to deploy a solution, but so many programming languages to use for this purpose.

Discover and save more ideas by creating a

FREE

Deepstash account.

Develop a

reading habit

, save

time

and create an amazing

knowledge library

.

GET THE APP:

MORE LIKE THIS

From Bitcoin to Smart Contracts

Bitcoin created a decentralized monetary system which can transfer money from one person to another. That only allowed for monetary transactions, there was no way to add conditions to those transactions: 

Alice can send Bob 5 BTC, but she couldn’t tell Bob that he ...

2

STASHED IN:

47

Digital coin definition and examples

A digital coin is an asset native to its own blockchain. For example, Bitcoin exists on the Bitcoin blockchain, Ether operates and functions on the Ethereum blockchain, etc.

Digital coins don't move physically when you send and receive them. They exist as data on a ...

STASHED IN:

3

published 7 ideas

People who are new to cryptocurrency often confuse the term "token" and "coin". This guide defines the two terms and provides some examples for a better understanding.

0 Comments

Polygon - Internet of Blockchains

Polygon is a framework for building & connecting Ethereum-compatible blockchain networks:

  • it aims to connect all Ethereum-like chains: Polkadot, Cosmos etc
  • go around Ethereum's scaling issues: high gas, low throughput

It is a developer friendly fram...

1

STASHED IN:

37