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Introducing the Unitychain Structure: A novel blockchain-like structure that enables greater parallel processing, security, and performance for networks that leverage distribut

by   Joshua D. Tobkin, et al.

A Unitychain is a novel blockchain-like structure that drastically improves transaction scalability and security while maintaining ongoing network performance, even if participating nodes are required to perform a new Distributed Key Generation procedure for security purposes. The Unitychain structure, furthermore, enables greater parallel processing by the assignment of different network node configurations for various database and compute ranges into multiple strands of blockchains that intersect, creating a multi-helix structure, which we call a Unitychain. This thereby enables the network to further bifurcate the roles of nodes into arbitrary yet deterministic network responsibilities in order to maximize the global compute potential.


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