Jan Xie
Jan Xie
Aug 3, 2018 · 1 min read

> Based on the decoupling analogy above, the multi-layer architecture
approach and the new PoW consensus, what would be the greatest
challenge in implementing the protocol whilst ensuring adequate built-
in security?

IMO the hardest thing is to find the balance spot: we want to make CKB
powerful enough to support layer1/layer2 protocol while keep it as
simple as possible. Simplicity is a friend to security.

Cell model helps security too. New states are generated off-chain,
users can be sure about the effect of his/her transaction before he/she
broadcasts it.

> And would we be expecting the similar degree of censorship-resistance
as per say the Bitcoin blockchain?

Yes.

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