Byzantine Fault

Por CoinGecko | Atualização: Mar 03, 2020
A byzantine fault is where an error has occured, yet a computer system does not know due which component/what failed to the lack of information and continues to iterate on a given instruction. An example of a byzantine fault tolerant distributed computing system that accounts this is the Bitcoin blockchain which utilizes the Proof-of-Work system to achieve consensus on the blockchain.

Partilhe isto com um amigo!

Termos relacionados

Moon
"Moon" or "To the moon" is a crypto slang that describes an exclamation when the cryptocurrencies prices are rising and when it hit the peak, the coin is said to be "mooning".
Bitcoin Evangelist
Individuals who are passionate about Bitcoin, and are dedicated in spreading knowlege about Bitcoin
Atomic SWAP
Atomic Swap refers to the exchange of cryptocurrencies that operate in different block chains without intermediaries.
ERC-20
ERC-20 is one of the most widely used token standards in Ethereum to create fungible, exchangeable tokens.
Ainda não saciou o seu apetite de conhecimento?
Voltar ao Glossário ou Subscrever a nossa newsletter.
coingecko (thumbnail mini)
CoinGecko para iOS
coingecko (thumbnail mini)
CoinGecko para Android