Implicit Consensus: Blockchain with Unbounded Throughput

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Ren, Zhijie; Cong, Kelong; Pouwelse, Johan; Erkin, Zekeriya;
  • Subject: Computer Science - Distributed, Parallel, and Cluster Computing | C.2.4

Recently, the blockchain technique was put in the spotlight as it introduced a systematic approach for multiple parties to reach consensus without needing trust. However, the application of this technique in practice is severely restricted due to its limitations in thro... View more
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