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February 06, 2018, 12:52:06 PM
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https://crusyn.com/2017/12/29/stakeholders-in-consensus/

We hear the word "blockchain" a thousand times a day and sometimes the true innovation: distributed consensus, is not given the publicity it deserves. Consensus is more than just mining code.

In this series I introduce a methodology to explore the breadth of consensus. I start by dividing the different consensus behavior into three categories: rules, history, and value, and then goes on to describe how these three categories come together to do something revolutionary: building trust without a central party.

Appreciate any feedback, whether technical, or stylistic!!

-crusyn


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