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What is proof of participation and how it keeps blockchain attackers at bay

The proof of participation is a type of consensus mechanics which help slow down hackers when they attempt to attack a blockchain. The proof of participation works by assessing the quality of miners’ contribution to the blockchain in terms of their propagation of new blocks and transactions.

This podcast discusses how the proof of participation works, its functions, as well as the importance of tokens and proper coding to make the proof of participation work properly.

Host and Script: Sebastian Partogi

Videographer: Putu Christian Welly Robin

Speaker: Roberto Capodieci

Expert consultant: Jaspal Singh

For more information, head to and be sure to download the first volume of the “the journey toward decentralization” series here: (if you want buy the physical book, or the Kindle edition, you can find it at…).