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Blockchain Beyond Hype / Blockchain Developers and Dapps | Arjuna Sky Kok | BBH#25
« Last post by Neve on May 14, 2020, 11:29:09 am »

In this episode of Blockchain Beyond Hype, we interview Arjuna Sky Kok, Founder and CEO of PT. Langit Biru Arjuna. We discussed topics such as:

- Decentralized applications and how different they are from centralized applications
- How the decentralized applications work
- Dapp rules and how they are hosted
- What it takes to become a blockchain developer

What did you think of this interview? Share your comments down below!

Read the full interview here: http://ow.ly/tCc650zymwG

Blockchain Beyond Hype is a series of interviews with blockchain experts and technology professionals from all across the globe about blockchain projects, challenges, innovations, and the future of blockchain within the blockchain jungle!

BBH Guest
- Arjuna Sky Kok is a founder and CEO of PT. Langit Biru Arjuna. He has more than 10 years of experience as a software engineer, developing web applications using Symfony, Laravel, Ruby on Rails, and Django. He also has built mobile applications on top of Android and iOS platforms. Arjuna teaches iOS and Android programming for students and researches programming on Bitcoin and Ethereum platforms. He wrote a book about blockchain programming ‘Hands-On Blockchain for Python Developers.’
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Fee Scaling / ZooBC Explained: How Fee Scaling in ZooBC Works
« Last post by Neve on April 24, 2020, 04:01:09 pm »
ZooBC Explained: How Fee Scaling in ZooBC Works


Every blockchain has transaction fees, but why? Do they have systems that help keep the fee at a reasonable level? Many do not, but ZooBC takes a unique approach to this problem. In this video, we learn about different stages of the ZooBC fee scaling model, such as:
- Committing to fee votes
- Revealing fee votes
- Adjusting a network fee scale

Learn more about fee scaling in the ZooBC White Paper: https://bcz.bz/WP-latest
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Proof of Participation / Proof of Authority vs. Proof of Participation
« Last post by Neve on April 23, 2020, 04:44:06 pm »

Like Proof of Authority, Proof of Participation takes advantage of a federated consensus algorithm. However, unlike Proof of Authority, the process of joining the federation is fully decentralized, permissionless, and fair. Learn more here: http://ow.ly/HBIZ50yTQCC
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Proof of Participation / Proof of Stake vs. Proof of Participation
« Last post by Neve on April 23, 2020, 04:43:07 pm »

Proof of Participation takes the best part of proof of stake (removing the need for vast computing resources by proof of work) and takes a step further by reducing dependence on the token's value for security as explained in this infographic. Learn more at: http://ow.ly/T2Kd50yNxyE
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Proof of Participation / Proof of Work vs. Proof of Participation
« Last post by Neve on April 23, 2020, 04:39:09 pm »

ZooBC's Proof of Participation consensus was designed to overcome problems in other consensus algorithms like Proof of Work. Check out some of their differences in this infographic. Learn more at: http://ow.ly/y82u50yHqlA
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Receipts / Receipt Batch Size
« Last post by Neve on April 23, 2020, 02:55:20 pm »

In tuning the Receipt Batch Size parameter, ‌the ZooBC team aim‌‌s to‌‌ maximize‌‌ the‌‌ number‌‌ of‌‌ receipts‌‌, which‌ ‌can‌‌ be‌‌ proven‌‌ by‌‌ any‌‌ given‌‌ Merkle‌‌ root,‌‌ while ‌minimizing‌ ‌the‌ ‌time‌ ‌between‌ ‌the ‌receipt‌‌ being‌ ‌collected‌ ‌and‌‌ being‌‌ proven‌‌ on‌‌ the‌‌ network.‌

To know more about how the ZooBC uses the receipts, check the Proof of Participation section in the White Paper: http://ow.ly/r8QR50zfN6b
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Wallets / Account-based Data Model in ZooBC Wallet
« Last post by Neve on April 23, 2020, 02:51:11 pm »

Unlike Bitcoin's "unspent transaction output" (or UTXO) model, ZooBC uses an Account-based data model. This lets ZooBC manage more complex types of information about each user and support more advanced transaction types than just the transfer of tokens. To learn more, check the ZooBC Blockchain White Paper: http://ow.ly/yD0g50z7hn2
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Wallets / Hierarchical Deterministic ZooBC Wallet
« Last post by Neve on April 23, 2020, 02:45:01 pm »

Modern blockchain wallets often let you generate a lot of accounts from a single passphrase. The ZooBC wallet supports this feature out of the box. To learn more, check out: http://ow.ly/ai5q50y7Gex
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Multisignature / ZooBC Update: Explaining Multisig Mechanism
« Last post by Neve on April 23, 2020, 02:36:34 pm »
ZooBC Update: Explaining Multisig Mechanism



In this video, our co-founder and CTO, Barton Johnston, updates you on the address types that ZooBC Blockchain will support. He also explains how the ZooBC multisig mechanism works, and why we chose the Ed25519 digital signature type.

ZooBC is a global, open-source blockchain platform and community providing developers with tools for building decentralized applications. Created by Blockchain Zoo, the platform brings decentralization to new generations by advancing the blockchain technology.

Go to this page http://bit.ly/ZooBCalpha and:
- Check out the white paper
- Register your wallet
- Join our Telegram group for test coins
- And send us your feedback!

Start exploring the ZooBC Blockchain technology today!
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Multisignature / The Zoolanders: Multisig and Key Management
« Last post by Neve on April 23, 2020, 02:33:22 pm »
The Zoolanders: Multisig and Key Management



Our CTO and Co-founder, Barton Johnston, explains a special property of ZooBC multi-signature accounts that is a unique feature of our blockchain technology. He also talks about the key management feature of ZooBC that helps keep the users’ private keys safe.

To learn more about ZooBC blockchain technology, please visit zoobc.org and chat with our team.

Want to learn more about our ZooBC technology?
http://bit.ly/ZOOBCalpha
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