There are several articles about our project online, and here’s another one we’d like to share. Today it’s a Coincheckup article titled “XTblock Set to Solve a Plethora of Blockchain Problems — and More”! It does a bit of a deep-dive into how we’re addressing the big challenges of blockchain scalability, speed and latency, and well as others beyond the realm of blockchain.

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Blockchain uses a large infrastructure outlay including high-performance computers (CPU/ GPU/ RAM/ Storage/ Network) which, we have realised, are also good for algebraic calculations and fit for computing requirements for AI; however, existing blockchain implementations only use blockchain nodes and networks for the simple purpose of block verification.

XTblock’s core premise is that, by making the right system amendments intelligently and strategically, the same architecture, miners and infrastructure can be used for distributed problem solving (DPS), like AI computing services and Bot computing services.

As part of the results we aim to generate, by providing Decentralised Bot Computing (dBot) and…


There are many reasons, such as powerfully enabling decentralised AI and decentralised bot computing with our hyper-capable network. But let’s tackle the matter of supercharging blockchain with our network first.

According to PwC, blockchain technology has the potential to boost global gross domestic product (GDP) by US$1.76 trillion over the next decade. However, in order for the blockchain to be widespread, it is important to deal with some growing pains first. So, what are we talking about?

Problems with scaling — most of the modern blockchain platforms are incapable of handling a high-volume of transactions as the rate of adoption…


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Our network’s super-computer architecture, as well as other enhancements, will help enable a high-performance blockchain, decentralised AI and bot computing, as well as a potentially limitless stream of significant use cases.

As part of the results we aim to generate, by facilitating Decentralised Bot Computing (dBot) and Decentralised AI Computing (dAI) services, we also aim to create valuable Bots with distributed computing solutions, variably with or without AI solutions on our platform. We call this “The dBot Economy”.

At its core, what we are building is a hyper-capable network. To facilitate the functioning of this network, a group of bots, i.e. a ‘bot set’, will help to create a wide variety of applications and services. The possibilities are virtually limitless.


We have spoken about how one of the applications for XTblock lies in creating a decentralised live-streaming video platform, but what makes this solution different?

Blockchain uses a large infrastructure outlay including high-performance computers (CPU/ GPU/ RAM/ Storage/ Network) which are also good for algebraic calculations and fit for computing requirements for AI; however, existing blockchain implementations only use blockchain nodes and networks for the simple purpose of block verification.

XTblock’s core premise is that, with system amendments, the same architecture, miners and infrastructure can be used for distributed problem solving (DPS), like AI computing services and Bot computing services.


ihodl.com recently published an article about our project — and we’re excited to share it with you! José Rodríguez dove deep to understand what we’re building and the many positive implications it has for technology and industry at large. The article also touches on how crypto and blockchain can be enhanced by the capabilities of our network.

Check it out here: https://ihodl.com/analytics/2021-08-30/xtblock-envisions-use-its-hyper-capable-network-transforming-entire-industries/


We continue answering quick questions about our project, and this time, specifically about our token.

What is the token ticker?

Currently, it is XTT-b20 on BSC, XTT-e20 on Ethereum. At a later date, it will be XTT on our Mainnet.

What is XTT?

XTT will be a protocol & utility token on our mainnet. Its issuance is to enable users of the XTblock network to avail and use services on the platform.

How will the XTT token be used?

XTT is designed for users of XTblock to avail and use such services on the platform as:

  • Access to the services and products offered by XTblock;
  • Network node requirement: A staking method for being a node…


What makes our project stand apart? You need more than just a genius idea with the potential to change the world — and those changes need to be specific, truly catalytic and practical!

Let’s start with the most important bit: XTblock’s hyper-capable network. At the core of our tech, time-sharding is our uniquely powerful enhancement to network architecture that enables true scalability, low latency and high transaction speeds. Combined with the technique of time-sharing, it sets the stage for a whole new dimension of capability across blockchain and beyond. …


Have questions about our reliability and security? Here are some answers:

Is this project contract safe? Has the project passed an audit?

Our Token contract and Token Locker contract passed MythX’s audit, but we decided to go the extra mile. We received ‘Secured’ and ‘Well secured’ results in 2 additional audits by Hacken, one of the world’s leading cybersecurity service providers.

Do you have a Github repo with the code?

Sure. You can find all the necessary information on the project’s Github page.

Who’s behind the project?

XTblock is led by a passionate team on a mission to revolutionise blockchain, AI computing and bot computing from the ground-up. More information on our team can be found in our White Paper

XTblock

XTblock is a hyper-capable network designed to power a high-performance blockchain, as well as decentralised Bot and AI computing.

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