Monthly Archives: March 2019

What is Byzantine Fault Tolerance|Explained For Beginners

💡 How can a distributed network of computer nodes agree on a decision, if some of the nodes are likely to fail or to act dishonestly? This is the fundamental question of the so-called Byzantine Generals’ problem, which gave birth to the concept of Byzantine fault tolerance. 📚 Read our articles to learn more about[Read more…]

What is a 51% Attack|Explained For Beginners

💡 A 51% attack is a potential attack on a blockchain network, where a single entity or organization is able to control the majority of the hash rate, potentially causing a network disruption. 📚 Read our articles to learn more about 51% AttackWhat Is a 51% Attack ▶️ Is a Blockchain Consensus Algorithm ▶️[Read more…]