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A ‘future proof’ blockchain
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1. May 2017
6 months ago
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24. May 2017
6 months ago
The Quantum Resistant Ledger (QRL) project is a public blockchain ledger designed to be specifically secure against quantum computing (QC) advances. Unlike existing ledgers, such as bitcoin or ethereum, the QRL is specially designed to use a form of post-quantum secure signature for transactions called XMSS. The QRL also uses a low power proof-of-stake (POS) algorithm which again utilises iterative hash-chains and provably secure hash-based pseudo random number functions. The POS algorithm is designed to have zero reliance upon conventional signatures which are vulnerable to a sufficiently powerful QC and allows nodes to run on low power devices such as raspberry PI’s or laptops and passively earn income by staking.
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Dr Peter Waterland - Core developer & Founder
Dr JP Lomas - Core developer & Full stack developer
Kaushal Kumar Singh - Blockchain developer
Leon Groot Bruinderink - Advisor & PhD student post-quantum cryptography, PQCRYPTO
Michael Kolenbrander - Technical Solution Architect
Filip Radičević - Business solutions architect
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New additions, team update.. · 3 months ago
Bughunts, memory leaks and negative millionaires.. · 3 months ago
QRL Testnet · 3 months ago
QRL Update · 4 months ago
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