Blockchain Development Roadmap
Exchange Listing and Pricing Strategies
[Outdated] CryptoNote Proof of Work
Egalitarian Proof of Work (EPoW)
Transition from PoW to PoS
Egalitarian Proof of Stake (EPoS) - Hybrid PoS/dPoS
Egalitarian Proof of Service (EPoSe) - Hybrid EPoW/EPoS
Genesis Reference Block (GRB)
10% Governance Fee
Time Locked Transaction (TLT)
Long Term Staking (LTS)
On-Chain Trade (OCT)
NFT(Non Fungible Token)
LMDB (Lightening Memory Mapped Database)
Last Updated 2022-05-17
Pruning allows nodes to stay light in terms of storage space, improving scalability of the blockchain.
This is not a permanent solution, but it does help general nodes to shave off space and improve the node's sustainability in the network without increasing the processor speed or storage space.
The original implementation took place in bitcoin repository and it has propagated to other core development projects.
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