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Issue a transaction on a foreign blockchain

Transactions sent to a foreign chain will require some facilities on said foreign chain to be trustless. In the case of two EOSIO based chains, the foreign blockchain will run a smart contract (no ...
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How the IBC works exactly?

My understanding is that fundamentally IBC is the problem of allowing main-chain full nodes to prove to main-chain light clients (who also operate side-chain full nodes) that a transaction happened, ...
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What are the potential fall outs of old DPOS+LIB algorithm?

On GitHub, Dan Larmier discusses the issue with the older DPOS 2.0 algorithm. To summarize, the old algorithm allowed a situation where, in a situation where there is a small network interruption, a ...
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