//STORE enables these computing, economic, and governance primitives

Zero-fee settlement-layer enables

Zero-fee, peer-to-peer value transfer

Fast transactions

Scalable transactions

Democratic and 2/3 censorship resistant governance (one entity, one vote)

Tokenized Data enables

Data to be open and tradable

Data to be programmable by third party apps and devices

Data to have a monetary premium (like $STORE, $BTC, $ETH, $EOS, and gold)

Datacoin revenue to be shared with users, citizens, more

โ€ฆwhich enables these high-level use cases

Zero-fee settlement-layer enabled

Tokenized data enabled (p2p cloud)

High-level Use Cases

Fast, zero-fee, programmable payments for the public internet

Voting on the global rules of a decentralized, zero-fee digital asset

Zero-fee, 2/3 censorship resistant value transfer of data as a digital asset

Voting on the global rules of decentralized, open, and programmable data

A web2 app developer opening APIs for other developers to build with (for $STORE)

An IoT device developer live streaming datasets for anyone to access (for $STORE)

A health care system making a prized and rare dataset available (for $STORE)

An autonomous car or drone opening its ML-ready, live data streams (for $STORE)

A local government streaming IoT device data for anyone to access (for $STORE)

(If we publish, weโ€™ll award you with 100,000 $STORE โ€“ enough to compete in founding mining auctions.)

While STORE transactions are zero-fee for both end users and developers, if STORE is initially deployed as n ERC20 token on Ethereum, applicable gas fees apply on Ethereum. All settlement transactions on Ethereum incur gas fees. When the ERC20 STORE tokens are swapped with native STORE token tokens, transactions will be settled on the STORE network and at that time, zero-fee transactions are resumed.

BlockfinBFT: The leaderless, async, BFT consensus algorithm from STORE
It's a common belief that public blockchains can't be both scalable and decentralized -- they suffer from the scalability trilemma.
Our team at STORE has invented a leaderless, asynchronous, Byzantine Fault-Tolerant (BFT) consensus algorithm called BlockfinBFT that solves for this.

How STORE solves for both scalability and decentralization without sharding, off-chain transactions, level 2, etc.

At launch, we expect 5,000+ transactions per second and for throughput to increase as transaction demand increases.

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STOREโ€™s leader-free, BFT consensus algorithm BlockfinBFT, validates blocks in a pipelined process.

BlockfinBFT is a two-tier network of Validator nodes and Messagenodes, each with specific roles, assemble and validate blocks using a cryptographically secure process.

About our BlockfinBFT consensus algorithm
๐Ÿ“– BlockfinBFT Presentation
How STORE solves for both scalibility and decentralization without shading, off-chain transactions, level 2, etc.
๐Ÿ“บ A simulation of STORE's BlockfinBFT consensus algorithm
BlockfinBFT is the leaderless, asynchronous, BFT consensus algorithm from STORE
๐Ÿ–Š STORE Q1 Engineering Updates
Q1 2019 was extremely productive for STORE on the engineering front. Here are a few of the key highlight activities.
๐Ÿ–Š๏ธ BlockfinBFT compared to other consensus algorithms
This document compares STOREโ€™s BlockfinBFT consensus algorithm to some of the popular Byzantine Fault Tolerant (BFT) consensus algorithms to answer the following question.
๐Ÿ–Š๏ธ Why STORE's BlockfinBFT Consensus Algorithm Matters
Dive into the parallels between the early oil industry and waste and BlockfinBFT
๐Ÿ”ฌ BlockfinBFT Database Schema
This document describes the database schema for the STORE blockchain.
๐Ÿ“บ Ivan on Tech on STOREโ€™s BlockfinBFT
Ivan on Tech discusses BlockfinBFT - a new consensus algorithm by STORE
๐Ÿ“– Trustlessness and Security in STORE
An analysis comparing it with Bitcoin to help understand these properties in STORE
โฑ๏ธ Engineering timeline for BlockfinBFT
Anticipated roll-out of the BlockfinBFT consensus algorithm
๐Ÿ”ฌ STORE open sources Basil, a proposal to improve for the Tendermint consensus algorithm
Tendermint is a BFT consensus algorithm powering the Cosmos project and more.
๐Ÿ”ฌ STORE's early experiment with Tendermint-based consensus algorithm that led to the BlockFinBFT research achieves +10,000 TPS with burst traffic and 21 Validator nodes
STOREโ€™s mission is to become zero-fee payment infrastructure for the global internet. The Dynamic Proof of Stake (DyPoS) consensus engine powering the STORE infrastructure is designed to process thousands of transactions per second. When transactions arrive continuously but at lower rates, the consensus engine is capable of handling the incoming transactions, but how does it behave when transactions come in bursts? When STORE is used as the payment platform by merchants and app developers, the transactions are likely to come in bursts from multiple sources. So, we need to characterize the behavior of the consensus engine under such circumstances.
๐Ÿ“– BlockfinBFT consensus algorithm peer review
Join STORE's Peer Review working group for its BFT consensus algorithm "BlockfinBFT"
BlockfinBFT consensus algorithm peer review

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