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While confidentiality can be key to success, some research performed at AnyX has become public and open source. Some of this research is meant to help users understand properties of the systems they’re working with; others are meant to prove system properties.
Check out some examples of public blockchain research below.
What Makes a ‘dApp’ a ‘dApp’?
There has been a big push in the cryptocurrency space about “dApps” lately. Like with the big push towards “cloud computing”, as an academic I often feel like we get caught up in buzzwords and hype rather than dig down into what actually makes something unique. So what Makes a dApp a dApp? Or, specifically, what are the properties that differentiate a “Decentralized App” from a centralized one? To clarify that definition, we need to dig deep into what an App means first.
Fully Decentralizing dApps
Once bootstrapped, we have an initial point of verification; but then it brings us to the second, arguably harder, question: “how do we maintain verification without a trusted party doing that for us, or without doing it ourselves?” To come up with solutions to this problem, we first need to take a step back and look at two things: why we should truly and fully decentralize dApps, and, within our environment, how we can do so.
How Vote Incentivization Degrades Delegated Proof of Stake
The theorem is trying to say this: when Block Producers start offering a kickback to their voters in the form of payments to whoever votes for them, whether through directly Vote Buying or indirectly Vote Incentivizing, and voters primarily care about increasing their own reward, eventually this system — through competition and people acting in self interest — will degrade.
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