Tag: Byzantine Fault Tolerance

Algorand Review

Algorand Review: Pure PoS Blockchain Development Platform

Algorand is a project that has rocketed onto the scene and into the top 100. There has been intense interest in the project across the crypto community. This has been touted as one of the most exciting projects currently being...

/ September 8, 2019
Zilliqa Blockchain Review

Zilliqa Review: High Performance Sharding Based Blockchain

One of the biggest challenges for blockchains right now, if not the biggest challenge, is scalability, or the ability to process more transactions in a shorter period of time. Bitcoin has struggled to process transactions, and fees have risen accordingly....

/ August 22, 2019
Cosmos (ATOM) Review

Cosmos Network Review: ATOM & The Internet of Blockchains

Cosmos (ATOM) is one of the hottest projects and coins over the past few months. The initial surge began on March 13th, when the mainnet that had been over 3 years in planning went live. Cosmos is an exceptionally ambitious project...

/ May 6, 2019
POA Network Review

POA Network: The Immediate Ethereum Scalability Solution

The POA network is an open-source public side-chain of Ethereum that has been getting quite a bit of interest from the community lately. The platform offers a framework for smart contracts which provides developers with an easy and effective way...

/ January 14, 2019
QLCChain Review

QLC Chain Review: Platform for a Decentralised Network-as-a-Service

For those who are not too familiar with QLC Chain, it used to be called Qlink until a recent re-branding gave it’s new moniker. The project is quite an interesting one that is building a platform for distributed telecommunications. They...

/ December 22, 2018
Hashgraph Technology

Could Hashgraph Technology make Blockchains Obsolete?

While everyone is focused on Bitcoin and other blockchains, there’s a relatively new kid on the block that claims it will not only improve on the blockchain, but revolutionize the whole concept of decentralized consensus, and the internet as well...

/ April 4, 2018