GoldenGolden
Advanced Search
Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance Algorithm

Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance Algorithm

Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance algorithm (PBFT) provides Byzantine state machine replication at high speed and low cost such that it can be used for improved system safety in real world applications.

All edits

Edits on 1 Sep, 2020
Dawson Sewell
Dawson Sewell edited on 1 Sep, 2020
Edits made to:
Infobox (+2 properties)
Infobox
Is a
Technology
Related technology
Edits on 8 Feb, 2019
Dawson Sewell
Dawson Sewell edited on 8 Feb, 2019
Edits made to:
Description (+4/-4 characters)
Article (+4/-4 characters)
Topic thumbnail

Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance Algorithm

Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance algorithm (pBFTPBFT) provides Byzantine state machine replication at high speed and low cost such that it can be used for improved system safety in real world applications.

Article

The first practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance (pBFTPBFT) algorithm was introduced in a 1999 academic paper by Miguel Castro and Barbara Liskov. The pBFT algorithm is robust in order to survive Byzantine faults in asynchronous environments and is optimized to have high processing speeds / low latency such that it can be used in everyday applications.

Edits on 14 Dec, 2018
Jude Gomila
Jude Gomila approved a suggestion from Golden's AI on 14 Dec, 2018
Edits made to:
Article (+14/-14 characters)
Article

The first practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance (pBFT) algorithm was introduced in a 1999 academic paper by Miguel Castro and Barbara LiskovBarbara Liskov. The pBFT algorithm is robust in order to survive Byzantine faults in asynchronous environments and is optimized to have high processing speeds / low latency such that it can be used in everyday applications.

Daniel Frumkin"Added two relevant people to People section"
Daniel Frumkin edited on 14 Dec, 2018
Edits made to:
Table (+2 rows) (+6 cells) (+71 characters)
Table

Name
Role
Related Golden topics

Barbara Liskov

Co-creator

Miguel Castro

Co-creator

Daniel Frumkin"Minor change to description"
Daniel Frumkin edited on 14 Dec, 2018
Edits made to:
Description (+26 characters)
Topic thumbnail

Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance Algorithm

Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance algorithm (pBFT) provides Byzantine state machine replication at high speed and low cost such that it can be used for improved system safety in real world applications.

Daniel Frumkin"Added image, description, article, resources for further reading, a video lecture from Microsoft, and related topics and categories"
Daniel Frumkin edited on 14 Dec, 2018
Edits made to:
Description (+179 characters)
Table (+4 rows) (+12 cells) (+683 characters)
Table (+1 rows) (+2 cells) (+78 characters)
Table (+1 rows) (+4 cells) (+49 characters)
Categories (+2 topics)
Related Topics (+6 topics)
Topic thumbnail

Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance Algorithm

Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance algorithm (pBFT) provides Byzantine state machine replication at high speed and low cost such that it can be used for real world applications.

Table

Company
CEO
Location
Products/Services

Microsoft

Satya Nadella

Seattle, Washington

Software

Table

Title
Author
Link
Type

Introduction to Hyperledger Business Blockchain Design Philosophy and Consensus

IoTeX Published "Scalable Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance with Short-Lived Signature Schemes"...

IoTeX

Web

Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance

Miguel Castro, Barbara Liskov

YAC: BFT Consensus Algorithm for Blockchain

Fedor Muratov, Andrei Lebedev, Nikolai Iushkevich, Bulat Nasrulin, Makoto Takemiya

Table

Title
Date
Link

Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance

Categories
Related Topics
Edits on 19 Jan, 2018
Alex Dean"Initial topic creation"
Alex Dean created this topic on 19 Jan, 2018
Edits made to:
Topic thumbnail

 Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance Algorithm

Practical Byzantine Fault Tolerance algorithm (PBFT) provides Byzantine state machine replication at high speed and low cost such that it can be used for improved system safety in real world applications.

Article

Golden logo
Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0; additional terms apply. By using this site, you agree to our Terms & Conditions.