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Algorand is a company implementing an open source public ledger and cryptocurrency payment system utilizing the Byzantine Agreement message-passing protocol to reach consensus among network participants.

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The developers of Algorand, including MIT professor and Turing Award winning Silvio Micali, have raised $4 million dollars in funding from venture capital firms including PillarPillar and Union Square Ventures. Stock investment in Algorand comes with an option for conversion into tokens.

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Amy Castor

No Incentive? Algorand Blockchain Sparks Debate at Cryptography Event

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Amy Castor

Scaling Consensus? This Turing Winner Thinks He's Found a Way

News article

Jing Chen, Silvio Micali

Algorand

Academic paper

Silvio Micali and Vinod Vaikuntanathan

Optimal and Player-Replaceable

Academic paper

Stan Higgins

MIT Professor Raises $4 Million to Build a Better Blockchain

News article

Yossi Gilad, Rotem Hemo, Silvio Micali, Georgios Vlachos, Nickolai Zeldovich

Algorand: Scaling Byzantine Agreementsfor Cryptocurrencies

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CESC2017 - Silvio Micali - ALGORAND

Oct 16, 2017

FSR Event: Blockchain & the Future of Financial Services

May 10, 2017

Prof. Silvio Micali: A New Scalable and Secure Approach to Byzantine Fault Tolerant Consensus (169)

Feb 7, 2017

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The probability of a fork in the protocol is estimated at 1 / 1trillion,1/1,000,000,000 and therefore blocks can be considered final upon validation.

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Georgios Vlachos

Algorand’s Instant Consensus Protocol – Algorand – Medium

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Jing Chen, Silvio Micali

Algorand

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Silvio Micali and Vinod Vaikuntanathan

Optimal and Player-Replaceable

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Yossi Gilad, Rotem Hemo, Silvio Micali, Georgios Vlachos, Nickolai Zeldovich

Algorand: Scaling Byzantine Agreementsfor Cryptocurrencies

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Critics of Algorand assert the assumption of 2/3 honest nodes may not be fulfilled if honest nodes simply go offline without a monetary incentive to stay online; this is known as the lazy validator problem. Other decentralized systems have maintained network integrity without financial incentives like BitTorrent, and some aspects of Bitcoin and some non-mining aspects of Bitcoin. Given the potential monetary incentive for adversarial nodes, the robustness of non-incentive based blockchains remains an open question.

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The developers of Algorand, including MITMIT professor and Turing Award winning Silvio Micali, have raised $4 million dollars in funding from venture capital firms including Pillar and Union Square Ventures. Stock investment in Algorand comes with an option for conversion into tokens.

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Security requires a 2/3 honest majority of online nodes.

Security assumes an honest majority of 2/3 of online nodes. The protocol also makes a message propagation assumption whereby all messages reach honest users in a timely fashion.

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Amy Castor

No Incentive? Algorand Blockchain Sparks Debate at Cryptography Event

News article

Amy Castor

Scaling Consensus? This Turing Winner Thinks He's Found a Way

News article

Stan Higgins

MIT Professor Raises $4 Million to Build a Better Blockchain

News article

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Jing Chen, Silvio Micali

Algorand

Silvio Micali and Vinod Vaikuntanathan

Optimal and Player-Replaceable

Yossi Gilad, Rotem Hemo, Silvio Micali, Georgios Vlachos, Nickolai Zeldovich

Algorand: Scaling Byzantine Agreementsfor Cryptocurrencies

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Jing Chen, Silvio Micali

Algorand

Academic Paper

Silvio Micali and Vinod Vaikuntanathan

Optimal and Player-Replaceable

Academic Paper

Yossi Gilad, Rotem Hemo, Silvio Micali, Georgios Vlachos, Nickolai Zeldovich

Algorand: Scaling Byzantine Agreementsfor Cryptocurrencies

Academic Paper

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Algorand

Algorand is a company implementing an open source public ledger and cryptocurrency payment system utilizing the Byzantine Agreement message-passing protocol to reach consensus among network participants.

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Algorand is a company implementing an open source public ledger utilizing the Byzantine Agreement message-passing protocol to reach consensus among network participants. The algorandAlgorand protocol is still in the development phase. It and is designed to be a blockchain based payments platform.

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Algorand is a company implementing an open source public ledger utilizing the Byzantine Agreement message-passing protocol to reach consensus among network participants. The algorand protocol is still in the development phase. It is designed to be a blockchain based payments platform.

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Jude Gomila
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Critics of Algorand assert the assumption of 2/3 honest nodes may not be fulfilled if honest nodes simply go offline without a monetary incentive to stay online; this is known as the lazy validator problem. Other decentralized systems have maintained network integrity without financial incentives like BitTorrentBitTorrent, and some aspects of Bitcoin and some non-mining aspects of Bitcoin. Given the potential monetary incentive for adversarial nodes, the robustness of non-incentive based blockchains remains an open question.

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Jude Gomila
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The developers of Algorand, including MIT professor and Turing AwardTuring Award winning Silvio Micali, have raised $4 million dollars in funding from venture capital firms including Pillar and Union Square Ventures. Stock investment in Algorand comes with an option for conversion into tokens.

Jude Gomila
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The developers of Algorand, including MIT professor and Turing Award winning Silvio MicaliSilvio Micali, have raised $4 million dollars in funding from venture capital firms including Pillar and Union Square Ventures. Stock investment in Algorand comes with an option for conversion into tokens.