Decentralized storage and transfer of value
Byteball is a decentralised system that allows tamper proof storage of arbitrary data, including data that represents transferrable value such as currencies, property titles, debt, shares, etc. Storage units are linked to each other such that each storage unit includes one or more hashes of earlier storage units, which serves both to confirm earlier units and establish their partial order. There is an internal currency called ‘bytes’ that is used to pay for adding data into the decentralised database. Other currencies (assets) can also be freely issued by anyone to represent property rights, debt, shares, etc.
This digital asset is not currently being traded or price data is not available at the moment.
Research and interviews
by Gavin Knight
|Country of origin|
|Blockchain||Byteball (What is blockchain?)|
|Codebase||(What is codebase?)|
|Initial offering raised|
|Blog (not available)|
|Facebook (not available)|
|Linkedin (not available)|
|Slack chat (not available) (What is this?)|
|Telegram chat (not available)|
|Github (What is this?)|
Project news RSS feed not available.
Data sourced from Mozscape ∙ What is Mozscape?
Total 912 followers, 44 tweets. ∙ View full analytics
The project doesn't have Facebook product page.