In recent years, we have witnessed a growing number of new-wave DAG-based cryptocurrencies. It started (most likely) with DAGCoin¹ in 2015, which was followed by many other projects, such as IOTA, Byteball, Hashgraph, Chainspace, PARSEC, Fantom, and, of course, Aleph.

In this article, we will first share our view of why DAGs are receiving increased attention in the space and then explain what we, Aleph, are bringing to the table. Our primary focus will be the core consensus layer, and we will skip the crypto-economic considerations. Usually, these protocols are deployed in such a way that the core consensus is…

Adam Gagol

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