Tag: DAG

Horizen Rebrand

Horizen Interview – How ZEN is Bringing Privacy to Life

You would be forgiven for thinking that the Horizen rename of ZenCash was a mere re-branding. However, this is actually a brand expansion. It is the first step in a number of updates and improvements that are set to supercharge...

/ October 2, 2018
Nano Review

Nano Review: Instant, Zero Fees and Scalable

Nano is probably one of the most promising “payment” cryptocurrencies in the altcoin space today. The coin makes use of some really advanced technologies including doing away with the notion of a public blockchain. This means that they are able to...

/ September 6, 2018
Bitcoin Maximalism

Bitcoin Maximalism – A Closer Look at the “Only Bitcoin” Argument

Bitcoin maximalism is the notion that there is only one cryptocurrency that is worthy of your investment, and that is Bitcoin. It is the notion that all other Altcoins, irrespective of their promise, pale into comparison when compared to the...

/ August 1, 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
Directed Acyclic Graphs (DAGS)

Everything You Need to Know About Directed Acyclic Graphs (DAGS)

Directed acyclic graphs are a general category in graph theory, computer science and mathematics which essentially constitute a topological ordering where vertices (e.g., a nodes, tasks or events) are coupled with edges (directed arrows, dependency relationships or transactions) in an...

/ March 31, 2018
What is ByteBall?

What is ByteBall? The Cryptocurrency With No Blockchain

Byteball is an interesting project that many in the Bitcoin community may have heard of recently. This is because the ByteBall coins were distributed to Bitcoin holders during 2017 in a proportion to how much they held. Something else that...

/ March 3, 2018