A bug bounty program is used to inspect protocol code and rewards inspectors if bugs are found successfully. Code and product quality can be increased significantly by such swarm intelligence. Therefore, MOBIX stands on a solid foundation as it leverages the Fetch.ai blockchain. Even the best developers make mistakes. In order to gradually eliminate resulting bugs, […]

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It is no secret, Ethereum, the by market cap and adoption most successful smart contract blockchain, is at its limit. Various DeFi apps, like Uniswap, Aave, games, like Axie Infinity, NFT marketplaces and issuing protocols, like OpenSea and Rarible and countless transactions and other smart contract interactions are clocking up the network. Sidechains and Layer […]

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People in the blockchain space often throw around the words Byzantine Fault Tolerant (BFT) as though it was self-explanatory. Additionally, BFT often pops up in discussions about consensus mechanisms.  If you look closer, in the consensus algorithm space there are lots of variants.  there’s pBFT, Tendermint BFT, BFT Raft, IBFT, and Lisk BFT to name […]

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Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI) is increasingly mentioned in connection with innovations and digital identities. Even in the context of the coronavirus crisis, SSI finds possible applications, such as the possible use of a tracking app for infected people or as a digital staff “passport” in hospitals that respects each user’s privacy. To support others in classifying […]

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Proof-of-Stake is an energy-efficient way of coming to a conclusion on the accurate state of a distributed system.

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In casual discussions about blockchain and DLT it’s easy to mix up anonymity with pseudonymity.  People often use the one term when they mean the other. There is a small but important difference we’ll explore in this post. On the one hand anonymity describes the situation when the identity of an acting party is completely […]

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People often ask us if our our blockchain solutions are energy efficient. There’s a lot of articles and good research out there indicating that the most famous blockchain, Bitcoin, uses as much energy per year as a small country. Let’s take a quick look at the myths and the reality in industrial settings. The Myth: “All […]

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