Technical Architecture

Author: AmpereChain Team Published: Dec 08, 2023 Updated: Dec 08, 2023

1. Protocol and Network Design:

AmpereChain's Protocol and Network Design delve into the intricate details of its architecture. It encompasses the foundational framework that defines how nodes communicate, the data structure, and the network's operational principles. This includes specifics on how data is transmitted, encrypted, and validated across the network.

2. Consensus Mechanism and Validation:

The Consensus Mechanism and Validation segment elucidate the innovative D-QBFT (Decentralized Quorum-Based Fault Tolerance) consensus mechanism employed by AmpereChain. It outlines the process by which nodes come to an agreement on the order and validity of transactions, ensuring network integrity and security. This section would elaborate on the consensus protocol's inner workings, its fault tolerance capabilities, and its role in reaching consensus.

3. Node Infrastructure and Roles:

Node Infrastructure and Roles cover the technical architecture of AmpereChain's nodes. It delves into the diverse roles different nodes play within the network, including their functions, responsibilities, and interactions. This section elaborates on various node types - validator nodes, archive nodes, and consensus nodes, among others. It explains their distinct roles in maintaining network operations, processing transactions, and contributing to consensus.

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