The Dispatch team has created a new consensus method, DAPoS (Delegated Asynchronous Proof of Stake). DAPoS allows tens of thousands of transactions per second, uses little energy, and removes transaction fees.
Proof of Stake
The Dispatch Virtual Machine is easy to build on, and is backwards compatible with the Ethereum Virtual Machine, making porting to Dispatch fast.
Proof-of-Replication stops system gaming, and protects against Sybil attacks. Proof-of Retrievability ensures farmers are holding individually encrypted artifacts.
Dispatch supports any form of data. Dispatch uses smart contracts to allow custom properties per DApp and manage off-chain data, referred to as artifacts, in the DAN (Dispatch Artifact Network).
Dispatch Artifact Flow
How It Works
Actors and Roles
Validate transactions and update the shared ledger
Elect learners and delegates based on stake
Watch delegates and report to Stakeholders
Seed the DAN with artifacts and upload data or content
Store and deliver data to downloaders
Consumers of data from the DAN