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ZooBC versions / Community Q&A: ZooBC Alpha Launch
« Last post by Neve on April 23, 2020, 02:19:43 pm »
Community Q&A: ZooBC Alpha Launch



We bring you a Q&A series where our founders and developers answer the questions asked in the community.

Today's questions:

- What is the most important part of ZooBC Alpha?
- What are the next steps after launching the Alpha version?
- When will we see the Beta version?
- What help do we need from you?

Do you have any other questions? Then visit https://zoobc.how, or write your questions in the comments below.

Want to learn more about our ZooBC technology?
http://bit.ly/ZOOBCalpha
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ZooBC versions / The ZooBC Alpha Release Through The Zoolanders’ Eyes
« Last post by Neve on April 23, 2020, 02:17:10 pm »
The ZooBC Alpha Release Through The Zoolanders’ Eyes



Our developers share with you their thoughts about ZooBC Alpha launch, and what kind of feedback they need from you as the community.

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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ZooBC versions / ZooBC Blockchain ALPHA Available Now
« Last post by Neve on April 23, 2020, 02:12:11 pm »
ZooBC Blockchain ALPHA Available Now



Our ZooBC blockchain is now live! We're incredibly excited about reaching this milestone.

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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ZooBC Explained: How Proof of Participation Consensus Algorithm in ZooBC Works



Proof of Participation is a consensus algorithm, which proves a nodes right to create blocks, and receive rewards based on their participation. In this video, our co-founder and CTO, Barton Johnston, explains to you:
- How the nodes get chosen?
- How to measure a node's participation in the network?
- How does the receipt system calculate a node's chances of creating the next block?

For more information, please visit http://bit.ly/ZOOBCalpha
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Proof of Participation / Community Q&A: Proof of Participation
« Last post by Neve on April 23, 2020, 02:04:09 pm »
Community Q&A: Proof of Participation



Proof of Participation algorithm is used to reward the nodes participating in a network.

In this video, we answer:
- What is Proof of Participation in simple words?
- Is Proof of Participation going to adopt any coins?
- Do you buy 'capacity' for Proof of Participation?

If you have any questions, please visit https://zoobc.how, or write your questions in the comments below.

Want to learn more about our ZooBC technology?
http://bit.ly/ZOOBCalpha
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The Zoolanders: Proof of Participation VS. Other Consensus Algorithms



Proof of Participation allows us to maintain a node registry, which gives us the power to keep the block time regular, and divide the rewards among all people in the network.

In this video, we answer:
- What makes Proof of Participation stand out from other consensus algorithms?
- How we prove the node?
- What is the difference between Proof of Participation and Proof of Stake?

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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Proof of Participation / Proof of Authority vs. Proof of Participation
« Last post by Neve on April 23, 2020, 01:51:48 pm »
Proof of Authority vs. Proof of Participation



Proof of Authority consensus uses a federation of nodes which are each authorized by a central authority to participate. Proof of Participation keeps the strengths of a federated model, but decentralizes the authorization process so that it is not under the control of any one authority. In this video, our Co-founder and CTO, Barton Johnston, explains to you the following:

- What are the key limitations of Proof of Authority and how does Proof of Participation address them?
- What measures have been taken when designing Proof of Participation to ensure complete decentralization?
- What makes Proof of Participation more suitable for non-financial use cases than Proof of Authority?

For more information, please visit http://bit.ly/ZOOBCalpha
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Proof of Participation / Proof of Stake vs. Proof of Participation
« Last post by Neve on April 23, 2020, 01:50:15 pm »
Proof of Stake vs. Proof of Participation



In this video, we show how ZooBC has reworked the ideas of Proof of Stake from the ground up to reduce dependence on the token's value for security and stabilize the blockchain against fast changes in token distribution. In this video, our Founder and CEO, Roberto Capodieci, explains to you the following:

- What are the key limitations of Proof of Stake and how does Proof of Participation address them?
- What measures have been taken when designing Proof of Participation to ensure complete decentralization?
- What makes Proof of Participation more suitable for non-financial use cases than Proof of Stake?

For more information, please visit http://bit.ly/ZOOBCalpha
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Proof of Participation / Proof of Work vs. Proof of Participation
« Last post by Neve on April 23, 2020, 01:46:20 pm »
Proof of Work vs. Proof of Participation



ZooBC's Proof of Participation consensus was designed to overcome problems in other consensus algorithms like Proof of Work. In this video, our Co-founder and CTO, Barton Johnston, explains to you the following:

- What are the key limitations of Proof of Work and how does Proof of Participation address them?
- What measures have been taken when designing Proof of Participation to ensure complete decentralization?
- What makes Proof of Participation more suitable for non-financial use cases than Proof of Work?

For more information, please visit http://bit.ly/ZOOBCalpha
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ZooBC Explained: How Node Registration and Participation in ZooBC Work



In order to participate in ZooBC blockchain, there are 4 basic rules which need to be followed:
1. Anyone holding some tokens can register a node.
2. The rate at which nodes can be registered is limited.
3. Some tokens must be locked by the user in order to register a node.
4. A user's account can register only one node.

This mechanism works tightly together with the Proof of Participation consensus algorithm, to secure the network for all participants, and create competition between users to remain in the registry.

What should you do to participate in ZooBC?
- Install the node on a server with a public IP address
- Run the node to download the blockchain.
- Acquire some ZooBC tokens.
- Register your node by using the wallet app.

For more information, please visit http://bit.ly/ZOOBCalpha
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