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Block lattice

Block lattice

The Block lattice is a type of Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG) software architecture.

The Block lattice is a type of Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG) consensus mechanism that was first introduced and described in 2014 in the the Nano cryptocurrency's white paper.



The block lattice consensus mechanism provides one blockchain for every user account that is controlled by a unique private key, and each account is replicated to all peers across the block lattice network. The block lattice makes other consensus mechanisms such as Proof-of-Work and Proof-of-Stake unnecessary because each user has authoritative control over their account and transactions. 

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An Introduction to the Block-Lattice - Coinmonks - Medium

Nos.Cash

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Nano Block Lattice Explained - Mycryptopedia

Bisade Asolo

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Nano Coin: Is Block Lattice Better Than Blockchain? - Dataconomy

Amir Gvili

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nanocurrency/nano-node

Roy Keene

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What Is A Multidimensional Block Lattice Structure?

Xiaoduo Zhang

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What is Nano's Block-Lattice Architecture? Complete Beginner's Guide

Brian Curran

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