An Analysis of Proof of Capacity Block Times

2020-01-19T23:37:52+01:00January 19th, 2020|Article|

*This article was published on Medium 19th January** Introduction Proof of Capacity (PoC) is a sound and fair consensus algorithm, field tested for more than 5 years now in the Burstcoin network. Sound because it can use off-the-shelf equipment and is energy efficient. Fair because it has a very low entry barrier and shows [...]

Bi-Weekly Burst Report #96

2020-01-15T21:55:10+01:00January 14th, 2020|Newsletter|

The Bi-Weekly Burst Report is produced under the flag of the Burst-Alliance, a community-driven initiative comprised of developers and highly motivated Burst ambassadors. We welcome anyone to join us and show their support Visit us on Discord in #marketing-and-bmf and #burst-apps-team Development Development Activity Check the activities with [...]

Burst Apps Team: 2019 Year-end Review

2020-01-02T10:39:18+01:00January 2nd, 2020|Newsletter|

The Burst Applications Team (BAT) has been working for Burst for almost a year now and we can look back on twelve rather productive months. After the previous developer group Proof-of-Capacity Consortium (PoCC) officially announced their exit from Burst on January 3, 2019, developers from around the world banded together to resume Burst development [...]

Bi Weekly Burst Report #95

2019-12-25T20:29:00+01:00November 19th, 2019|Newsletter|

The Bi-Weekly Burst Report is produced under the flag of the Burst-Alliance, a community-driven initiative comprised of developers and highly motivated Burst ambassadors. We welcome anyone to join us and show their support Visit us on Discord in #marketing-and-bmf and #burst-apps-team Development Development Activity Check the activities with [...]

HardFork at Block 500,00

2019-12-26T16:09:38+01:00June 18th, 2018|History|

HardFork at Block 500,000 On 11th of June 2018 a successful HardFork happened on the Burst-Blockchain initiated by the PoC-Consortium. Before the hardfork a block was able to support 255 transactions per block (44,880 bytes) After the hard fork, each block was adjusted to 1020 * 176 bytes (for a total of 179,520 bytes). With [...]

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