I do not expect the bull market for crypto to reignite until 2019.
No sorry it is not ready to launch soon.
Not really providing updates right now because so busy trying to get development work done and manage my recovery from the illness.
Thank you. Yeah also was mentioned in comments under Part 4 of my Steemit blog. I had a lot of research loaded into my head about the Zer0 programming language I am developing and want to finish dumping that out to written form with decisions before moving on to the next task. I was slowed down by going off on a sugar binge last 2 weeks trying to…
I have no idea what you guys are rambling on about nor any time to try to follow the convoluted explanation. Why should I care what is on some shitcoin’s block explorer?
Frankly, somebody needs to learn how to write coherently if you want you “amazing insights” to gain any traction.
It turns out that if the attacker controls c out of m pivotal accounts, then he must also control > n–m–c out of the n–m non-pivotal accounts to make his chain look canonical.
Incorrect. Attacker only needs at most
floor(n/2 + 1). More specifically only
floor((n-m+c)/2 + 1).
No reason. Just so many to analyze. I did not look yet at what might be unique with Ardor. If I have time, I will check and maybe write some analysis on it. Part 4 of my blog is not yet completed.
Thanks for the feedback.
EDIT: published Part 4 in my blog series.
I have a section on Lightning Networks in my recent 3 part series on extant consensus systems. And I linked to your blog in a comment below the main blog text:
I critiqued second layer Lightning Networks protocol scaling as being not even scaling:
See item “5)” in the linked comment post of mine. I will quote:
The cited paper is again not scaling but a proportional…