Cypherium Adopts HotStuff Consensus Algorithm To Drive Increased Performance And Security

HotStuff solves scalability issues faced by previous Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance systems. Update follows recent launch of Mainnet Preview and partnerships with Amazon Web Services and IBM   New York City, NY — Cypherium, the enterprise-focused blockchain platform that prioritizes scalability and decentralization, has adopted VMware’s open-sourced HotStuff consensus algorithm to drive increased performance and security. A leader-based Byzantine fault-tolerant (BFT) replication protocol, HotStuff reduces the communication complexity of  Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance (PBFT) from quadratic to linear, prioritizes responsiveness, and combines the benefits of asynchronous BFT solutions with the…

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QEDIT announces partnership for secure privacy protocol on blockchain based on Zero-Knowledge Proof cryptography

QEDIT announces partnerships with VMware, Ant Financial, and RGAX to showcase a highly-secure privacy protocol for blockchain, based on Zero-Knowledge Proof cryptography -Announcement follows closure of QEDIT’s investment round with USD 10 million secured from investors   Tel Aviv, Israel – May 7th – QEDIT, an enterprise solution for preserving data privacy using Zero-Knowledge Proofs, has today announced it is working with VMware, Ant Financial, and RGAX (a subsidiary of RGA – Reinsurance Group of America) to explore applications of its privacy solution in their respective industries.   Jonathan Rouach,…

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