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Mining

Proof of Work (PoW) blockchains rely on cryptocurrency mining for transaction approval, consensus, and security. It is a competitive process where miners compete among themselves to solve a mathematical equation. The winner finds the next block and receives a block reward. Komodo’s block reward is 3 KMD.

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Ahmed Shah
I design "ideas" and a bit content as well

Bitcoin Suisse launches staking service for Ethereum 2 (ETH2) blockchain?

Old news but still isn't it too soon cause recently was in a discussion on discord about the timeline of ETH 2.0 development, there still might be 2 years more to go

Bryan BeusKomodo Team
Senior Technical Writer, Junior Web Developer

dPoW Demystified

The following is a brief summary of a blog post written by Komodo's Lead Developer, JL777.

dPoW Demystified

As the industry continues to develop, Komodo's dPoW consensus solution is receiving more attention.

Many people want to call dPoW centralized, but... (More)

Bryan BeusKomodo Team
Senior Technical Writer, Junior Web Developer

Decentralized Trustless Oracles

The following is a brief summary of a blog post authored by Komodo's Lead Developer JL777.

What are Oracles?

An oracle is a node on a network that takes real-world information, such as basketball game scores or prices on a... (More)

Bryan BeusKomodo Team
Senior Technical Writer, Junior Web Developer

Three stale blocks on the Bitcoin blockchain within a short period of time.

Any thoughts on this?

Seeing three stale blocks in a short period of time seems very unlikely to occur without there being some type of external factor acting on the blockchain. I wonder if someone has found a way to... (More)