When transactions not only get to the network but also blocks are written to each node when they return
  • Own added modification of SHA1-based hashing algorithm;
  • No problems of consensus (there are no problems and issues related to the solution of various ambiguities such as collisions, double waste, etc.);
  • А block hash collision may occur in 100 years, due to the continuous numbering of each block in Master_Chain;
  • Size (weight) of the node ranging from 120 to 300 bytes; according to calculations, in 20 years the registry weight can reach 1 GB if you work with the bitcoin mode intensit
  • Full-featured real nodes in smartphones. That is in favor of full decentralization a full distributed registry independent of third-party servers and services;
  • Еhe ability to store global data in a decentralized distributed repository the choice of each participant to provide hard disk space and receive a commission;
  • Full-cranked smart contract of accounting and logistics (for example: from planting a coffee bush – transporting – selling coffee – to accounting for a cup of coffee consumed by the end user)
  • The following smart contracts are currently implemented:
  1. 1.
    Signature of the document
  2. 2.
    Token generation
  3. 3.
    Storage of tokens
  4. 4.
    Conducting transactions
  • A fully functional portfolio for the user was formed (own decentralized exchange; cryptocurrencies exchange; own platform for holding ICO, Bitcoin, Ethereum and Litecoin wallet).
  • The problems expressed by Nick Sabo are solved: when the in-house system of biometric face recognition generates a permanent unique hash of a person which is a private key during a transaction confirmation.
  • The results achieved for 1,000,000 people with identification accuracy of 99.99999%. After the release of the Alpha version, the calculated optimal amount of the definition of a person’s face without intersection is 1 billion.
  • A new _HyperNet system is being tested; it differs from the current organization of the blockchain network (peer-to-peer P2P networks)