One of the main characteristics of blockchains is that, in order to evolve, they must resort to implementing hard forks. This effectively takes the chain off in a new direction while adding the necessary upgrades. Forks can be controversial since they have the power to rewrite the blockchain’s previous path. So, what are self-amending blockchains and can they offer an alternative to forks? Tezos cryptocurrency thinks so, but not everyone is in agreement. Continue reading Self-amending blockchains: Can Tezos offer an alternative to forks?
Tezos is a brainchild of Arthur and Kathleen Breitman that literally aims to be the world’s last cryptocurrency (source: Tezos whitepaper). The building blocks of this project are on-chain governance and self-amendment which are some of the critical issues that Bitcoin has been facing in recent years.
Tezos project capacitates the stakeholders by involving them in decisions and governance of the platform. To simplify further, stakeholders will have the power to approve or veto the changes in the Tezos protocol. Continue reading InWara Insights on Tezos ICO market cap, RoI and more
The South Korean arm of the Tezos Foundation has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Yonsei University for the development of unique talents and expertise in blockchain technology, according to a press release published by Tezos. Continue reading Tezos Korea Foundation Joins Forces with Yonsei University to Promote Blockchain