Gorbyte's consensus protocol (MARPLE), together with its unique devices registered on the blockchain, make our crypto-network scalable, secure and fast.
Gorbyte's network operation cost is reduced to zero!
Thus Gorbyte can provide no-cost services to its users, instead of rewarding miners or validators.
Gorbyte's MARPLE is distributed and cooperative. It's the most relevant innovation in computer communication since the advent of peer-to-peer networking.
All previous "consensus" protocols (PoW, PoS, PoC, PoET, PoI, PoA, PoD, PAXOS, RAFT, etc.) were leader based: One node assembled the block to be added to the blockchain. The block then had to be broadcast to every other node in the network. Thus the system was difficult to scale.
Gorbyte's MARPLE involves every node. Each node achieves consensus through a recursive process, by cooperating with only a small sets of randomly dispersed nodes (its logical environ). Scalability is achieved because the size of each environ is limited and independent from the size of the network.
In addition, Gorbyte's blockchain-registered devices uniquely identify the parties involved in distributed applications. This allows for further scalability, as these can process and exchange large amounts of data off-the-blockchain. The unique identification of all devices also allows for superconnectivity, as an unlimited number of devices can meet and verify each other by reading their own blockchain replica without executing transactions on the blockchain.
Current crypto-networks, such as Ethereum, rely on smart contracts which run exclusively on-the-blockchain. This approach poses severe limitations on the amount of data and interactions the blockchain can handle.
Gorbyte will provide the Distributed Operating Environment to support the applications of tomorrow.
Our token private sale period will end on 2018/07/15.
Funding for the project is accepted from accredited investors only.
Our public security token ICO dates will be announced shortly.
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Dr. Srinival Sampalli, C.S. Professor at Dalhousie University
Halifax, NS, Canada.
- Security and reliability advisor.
Dr. Giovanni Di Crescenzo, Vencore Labs,
Adj. Prof. NYU Politechnic Institute NJ and NY, USA.
- Security and cryptography advisor.
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