The decentralized system has different security concerns from centralized ones. For one, the absence of a single authority or a single server overseeing all transactions going on in the peer-to-peer network gives rise to different security checks and balances. A lot of blockchain practitioners have already been familiar with at least three kinds of consensus mechanics, namely: proof of work, proof of stake and proof of capacity. How do they work and what kind of transactional context suits them best?
Find out more about the subject matter here, in conversation with Blockchain Zoo CEO Roberto Capodieci.
Host and Script: Sebastian Partogi
Videographer: Putu Christian Welly Robin
Speaker: Roberto Capodieci
Expert consultant: Jaspal Singh
For more information, head to https://decbc.com and be sure to download the first volume of the “the journey toward decentralization” series here: https://bcz.bz/vol1 (if you want buy the physical book, or the Kindle edition, you can find it at https://www.amazon.com/ZooBC-Roberto-…).