Liquidity Network – Smart Contract Open Source

What is Liquidity Network? Liquidity Network is a 2nd layer solution, built upon the NOCUST protocol, a scalably secure commit-chain. A commit-chain is similar to a side-chain, but doesn’t require an additional consensus mechanism and solely relies on the security of its parent-chain. Introduction Since the beginning of this fantastic project, one of the most … Continue reading Liquidity Network – Smart Contract Open Source

Thundercore, a novel infrastructure blockchain partners with Liquidity Network

We are excited to announce a strategic partnership with ThunderCore, a high TPS, sub-second confirmation time, low gas costs, and EVM-compatible blockchain. ThunderCore aims to develop a solution that would bring decentralization with the benefits of centralization. In order to achieve that,  ThunderCore will employ a proprietary protocol that supports high throughput and low confirmation … Continue reading Thundercore, a novel infrastructure blockchain partners with Liquidity Network

The Liquidity Network update on development, marketing, and business. Issue 11

Dear Liquidity Community, As we reach the end of the first quarter of the year, the updates become increasingly exciting. This newsletter will continue with the same rhetoric as the last newsletter on tech roadmap and focus on the tech advancements of Liquidity Network. Also included will be an overview of business development and marketing … Continue reading The Liquidity Network update on development, marketing, and business. Issue 11

Liquidity Network and Plasma

We welcome all efforts to scale open and decentralized blockchains! TLDR—Is Liquidity Plasma? Is Ethereum (no UTXO) considered to be Bitcoin (UTXO)? No. Is Bitcoin Cash considered to be Bitcoin? No, although technically near equal. Is everything with a Merkle Tree Plasma? Blockchains would be a “flavor” of Plasma if we were to continue down … Continue reading Liquidity Network and Plasma