REVIEW OF UNCLEMINE’S VERIFICATION LAYER
Verification and validation take place on the UncleMine ecosystem both on-chain and off-chain.
As DeFi develops, more participants are beginning to accept the concept of liquidity mining. In the form of LP tokens, liquidity mining creates on-chain assets of extraordinarily high quality. By enabling asset owners to commit LP tokens via smart contracts within a given time frame, UncleMine’s on-chain asset verification seeks to develop asset trust endorsements.
UMVL continuously delivers uncomplicated zero-knowledge proofs via decentralized nodes to show that there is computer capacity. For more information on the method used to produce and validate the proof of computing power, please see our research papers.
Furthermore, The on-chain smart contract and the off-chain computing power proof are connected via the computing power oracle. It comprises of a number of smart contracts and APIs. Additionally, it can accept inputs from other smart contracts, producing feedback signals on the computational power used in the actual world.
To construct a variety of decentralized applications centered on computing power assets and resources, third-party apps can integrate proof facts into their own business logic. UMVL can also gather data from other smart contracts, generating signals about the computing power in the real world and guiding the deployment of computing resources off-chain.
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