Blockchain

Blockchain: the fundamental, immutable data structure behind Bitcoin and all cryptocurrencies.

It’s one of the most critical cryptocurrency building blocks, which forms the ledger and bookkeeping system that allowed Bitcoin to be decentralized.

Here, we discuss blockchain-related topics, including introductory materials and various applications of blockchain (including non-cryptocurrencies).

Can Bitcoin SV scale? by @Cryptobill
Bitcoin SV has made the transition to (for all practical purposes) unlimited block size. You can now store any amount of data on the BSV blockchain, which raises serious questions...
MOAC: Multi-Blockchain Architecture For Enhanced Smart Contracting by @Cryptobill
The MOAC foundation (MOAC) has released a next generation blockchain platform. With a pioneering Multi-Blockchain architecture, MOAC not only addresses the performance and cost iss...
ELI5 : What is a Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG)? by @Cryptobill
A Directed Acyclic Graph, or DAG, is a graph where no "loops" exist. You can only traverse a DAG in the forward direction, even if you take different paths in the graph. Esse...
What is actually a cryptocurrency fork? by @Cryptobill
Unless you've been living in a cave for the past 9 years, then you've probably heard about cryptocurrency forks. Bitcoin Cash was probably the most hyped, feared, loved, talked ...
What are CryptoDepository Receipts? by @Cryptobill
A CryptoDepository Receipt is a smart contract that is meant to represent something. It is a cryptographic note that can represent anything, any asset, any rights, currency or anyt...
Is blockchain just a glorified database? by @Cryptobill
The blockchain is a special kind of database that has the property of being immutable and tamper proof. This makes it suitable for high security applications such as banking, logi...
ELI5: Blockchain explained in simple terms by @Cryptobill
A blockchain is a database formed by a sequence of entries called ... you guessed it ... blocks. Blockchains have a special characteristic by which any attempt to modify a database...