Nexus Three Dimensional Blockchain

Architecture

Our proposed architecture is deployed through the three stages of the TAO: Tritium, Amine, and Obsidian. The following list describes the core components of each of the upgrades, to transform the chaining structure into a multi-dimensional process.

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Tritium

  • Trust Based Staking
  • Signature Chains
  • Software Stack
  • LISP Integration

Amine

  • Ledger Sharding Channels
  • Ledger Sharding Groups
  • Multicast Groups over LISP
  • Sharding Reputations

Obsidian

  • Distributed Mining
  • Mining Reputation
  • Distributed Autonomous Community
  • Ambassador Contracts

LAYERED SHARDING

Sharding is a difficult technique to achieve in a distributed network, due to shards needing to handle processing in parallel and handle conflicts between one another. Due to this, today’s current designs remain speculative. Our proposed architecture uses different methods to achieve a sharded system, by combining shards in layers of data aggregation called groups and channels. Together, they provide the ability for parallel block production, while reducing the possibility of a conflict to occur. This is achieved by resolving conflicts on the layer above which uses a different weighting and trust mechanism, making it very difficult for an attacker to successfully double spend.

DISTRIBUTED MINING

The traditional proof-of-work model rewards the first miner to finish a complex task, which incentivizes miners to pool resources. Instead, our architecture operates native as a mining pool, preventing central nodes from becoming too powerful, and rewarding miners in the share distribution algorithm reducing need for any custodial third party pool services.

Nexus Three Dimensional Blockchain

Architecture

Our proposed architecture is deployed through the three stages of the TAO: Tritium, Amine, and Obsidian. The following list describes the core components of each of the upgrades, to transform the chaining structure into a multi-dimensional process.

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Tritium

  • Trust Based Staking
  • Signature Chains
  • Software Stack
  • LISP Integration

Amine

  • Ledger Sharding Channels
  • Ledger Sharding Groups
  • Multicast Groups over LISP
  • Sharding Reputations

Obsidian

  • Distributed Mining
  • Mining Reputation
  • Distributed Autonomous Community
  • Ambassador Contracts

Architecture Features

LAYERED SHARDING

Sharding is a difficult technique to achieve in a distributed network, due to shards needing to handle processing in parallel and handle conflicts between one another. Due to this, today’s current designs remain speculative. Our proposed architecture uses different methods to achieve a sharded system, by combining shards in layers of data aggregation called groups and channels. Together, they provide the ability for parallel block production, while reducing the possibility of a conflict to occur. This is achieved by resolving conflicts on the layer above which uses a different weighting and trust mechanism, making it very difficult for an attacker to successfully double spend.

DISTRIBUTED MINING

The traditional proof-of-work model rewards the first miner to finish a complex task, which incentivizes miners to pool resources. Instead, our architecture operates native as a mining pool, preventing central nodes from becoming too powerful, and rewarding miners in the share distribution algorithm reducing need for any custodial third party pool services.

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