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money I mean it's better than.banks I'll give you that much but we can.go faster and as much as I love Bitcoin.as you just saw I think we can do better.and we'll talk about that okay great so.just to put things in a little bit of.context so that this isn't really coming.out of nowhere I mean people see block.chains and they think like oh this is.like totally out of nowhere dropped out.of the sky like was I this have to do.with anything how do we understand it in.the context of the history of computer.science so if we go back to the.beginning I mean it all started with.like siloed computers and single.mainframes and people had to like go.across the street with their punch cards.and put the thing in and get the result.back the next day or it-it's horrible.but the point was everything was running.on one machine but over time we got to.this point where you know we needed.needed things to be able to run on.multiple machines so that we could have.some fault tolerance because computers.suck they crash they die all the time so.if everything's on one machine you could.lose it all.right so very naturally we spread out.into these distributed networks where.where we have certain replication.algorithms that allow to allow us to.replicate data across many machines.without losing it and to do it in a way.such that all the machines stay in sync.right so that no matter which machine.you're talking to you get the same view.of the data right and these are called.consensus algorithms and they've been.around since the late 70s basically in.many iterations and it's a very well.developed clients this the study of.fault tolerant distributed machines.right and of course it is pretty much.culminated in something like Amazon.right which offers this hugely highly.available web service that anyone can.use and at the very bottom of Amazon.stack is is a consensus algorithm that.holds the pieces together right and no.one no user sees that content this.algorithm right it's not like when you.go to add something to your shopping.cart you have to wait for it to be for.that item to get seen by Amazon's.consensus no that would take forever.right so they only use their consensus.algorithm for the more important things.right for like you know putting up new.machines or for coordinating machines.taking over some resources and things.like this and and so they're the most.common algorithm is something called.Paxos which was developed in the 90s in.the early 90s actually but it wasn't.published until much later because no.one seemed to be able to understand it.and still today you know basically no.one understands it which motivated.another algorithm called raft that came.out a couple years ago where the you.know before raft the primary purpose of.fault tolerant algorithms was to be.fault tolerant right Raph decided no.that screw that our primary purpose is.to be understandable because if no one.can understand it they're not gonna get.it right and they ended up coming up.with a very beautiful algorithm it's.quite easy to understand that works very.well and is seeing tremendous adoption.and every.starting to build stuff on top of raft.and it's really great right but going.back to the story the natural evolution.of things you know the problem with.Amazon's.with Amazon's big distributed services.that its centralized and it's basically.controlled by that guy right and no one.really likes that guy I mean he's all.right but he's basically in charge of.the whole thing and so all the pieces.are basically pawns of Jeff Bezos right.and he can ultimately do whatever he.wants with it.and so we don't like that so there's.this er this natural next next.evolutionary step we just say okay we.have these decentralized networks or.distributed networks but we need to we.need to create a political.decentralization right so that no single.and no single bald-headed or otherwise.individual owns the whole thing right.and of course the first instance of this.was was Bitcoin and there have been.further instances tenorman etherium and.now we have tenorman and the idea here.is that you don't just want to be.tolerant to computers crashing you want.to be tolerant to computers exhibiting.arbitrary behavior which could include.malicious behavior right and so such.behavior we call Byzantine you know in.in tribute to the Byzantine generals.trying to attack Rome and sort of not.knowing you know is one of the generals.a traitor is he actually working for the.Rome or not and you can't you can't.really know just with you know if.there's only three generals and one of.them is betraying the others the others.can't figure that out because they you.could tell one one thing and one another.thing and none of them can really figure.out who who's the liar right so you can.sort of split the network and so there.it turns out there's this fundamental.result in in this sort of Byzantine.fault tolerant theory that you need at.least for machines to tolerate one down.right and that and you know Bitcoin all.these years has been like oh you know.well we can tolerate up to 50 percent.malicious but certain analyses actually.show that even Bitcoin is susceptible to.this you know one-third fault tolerance.model right but but the point I'm trying.to make is that this move towards.Byzantine fault-tolerant systems is.really.a natural progression in the evolution.of consensus science where we go from.single machines to many machines owned.by one person to many machines owned by.many people and that especially in sort.of a post Snowden era where where no one.really trusts anyone else and and things.are you know constantly subject to.attack some hacks this kind of.architecture makes a lot of sense and we.will see adoption of Byzantine fault.tolerant consensus on a wider scale with.or without you know any talk about block.chains but block chains have.dramatically hastened that because they.add additional properties and so you.know I like to say that when Satoshi.introduced Bitcoin he really did two.things right - there's two key.innovations and and they often get.confounded with with each other on the.one hand it was augmenting the idea of.Byzantine fault tolerance with economic.incentives and and in bitcoins case it.actually used only the economic.incentives to to motivate the consensus.right so it was really an economic.solution to the Byzantine fault tolerant.consensus problem but over and above.that to complement that compliment that.make it actually possible he he.introduced a data structure that used.Byzantine fault tolerance with Merkel.trees public key cryptography and p2p.networking and that combination allowed.him a very robust system where anyone.could very easily verify any piece of.the system right so so using this.combination things you have very.lightweight low-cost trust without.having to trust anyone right and and.this is what everyone got so excited.about but what's happening now now that.we've sort of seen Bitcoin and are.trying to sort of disentangle it and.place it in the context of the history.of computer science we see that really.there are these two pieces here and that.the economic component is absolutely.critical for a public act for public.systems right you need some kind of.economics to motivate the system but the.the other component what I like to call.the blockchain right the piece that is.the Merkel tree is public key p2p and.VFT with or without the economic.component is going to be very useful to.a lot of people.strictly from the perspective of this.evolution of computer science where you.know untrusted or semi trusted parties.want to work together with a common.platform without having an having to.trust each other too much right and so.what tenorman is doing in a number of.other people arias and lots of other.companies they're starting up now is.trying to take this underlying data.structure with or without the economics.and use it for for businesses and banks.and governments and so on to build on.top of and without I'm going to turn it.over to Jay to talk about some of the.components of tenorman ok thanks for.that.so want to talk about why what our.mission is excuse me Mike I want to talk.about why we're here and why we wake up.in the morning and what we want to bring.to the blockchain world and it's really.about it's going back to like what Rath.wanted to do to start with we want to.bring simplicity to the space.everything's so complex a lot of people.are reinventing the wheel you know.everybody has their own stack and you.know it's still going on everybody's.building their own little silo.ecosystems and there's just not enough.coordination going on when we could be.sharing a lot of the foundational pieces.so that we can move ahead and so what.we're doing and I'll show you this is.what we're gonna show you tonight it's a.new architecture law change that we've.been working on and the reason why we.created that architecture is to open up.the tools the engine you know the pieces.that we've created so that anybody can.use them to create new systems new.blockchain applications so for example.you know if you want to if you have a.great idea for a new virtual machine I.don't like it an alternative.area or if you have a better system than.you take so don't just fork some some.blockchain stack use our architecture.and you'll see why don't see why that's.a good idea.so we're creating a platform and it's.all about empowering application.you know UT Excel systems the etherion.virtual machine those are all.applications of blockchain technology.that's how we think of it and so our.platform is about empowering application.development okay so that's great but.it's you know it can't just be about.simplicity it has to be backed by.something so what is that thing that.we're offering well we're offering real.security we're offering security for 95.99 percent of the use cases of.blockchains so you know there's all.kinds of there's proof of work which is.dominated by Bitcoin it's difficult to.start another proof of work chain that's.so if you don't like how Bitcoin works.then you're kind of out of luck are.there alternatives you know that's a.rhetorical question the answer is yes we.created that alternative and we want to.share with you so that everybody uses it.and the reason why it's because you know.people need different blockchain.applications and the coin that's just.central isn't good enough and everybody.wants we want to scale we want to scale.out horizontally we want to want to run.multiple applications so how do we do.that we use we use isn't een fault.tolerant algorithm that we've developed.for blog chains and the reason why it.gives you security the first thing is.the actors who are committing blocks in.the system is there identified there's.pseudonymous or they are publicly.identified either way they're not.anonymous like Bitcoin miners that's why.we have this algorithm that guarantees.that if the block gets committed and.there's a there's an attack of the.system so that there's a fork say the.for there to be an attack you require at.least one third significant portion of.the validators to cause the attack if.everybody is working just running the.program the protocol as they should.we'll never happen but for there to be a.disruption of the service a significant.portion of the nodes the minors of the.violators need to attack it they need to.be hacked or they need to try to subvert.the system once there is such an attack.we can find out who had done it.so it's an accountable system these.three properties are not the same.properties of Bitcoin Bitcoin does.provide VFD like security of a.blockchain but this is another system.it's an alternative system for block.chains and it works for cryptocurrencies.it certainly works for private.blockchains it's in fact probably.optimized I'd say it's optimized for.permission watching deployment so when I.was working on this in like 2014 one of.the things that we realize faster so for.most purposes you're gonna have like a.hundred to a thousand validators if you.have any more than that it's kind of.redundant to that block may or may not.get you know rolled back because it's a.forkful system and if you want to.validate a larger transaction for it you.know you're moving millions of dollars.to say then you're gonna have to wait.for additional confirmations it's just a.single block you could get it confirmed.and it's over we have we use a key based.system.the second blog times which is great for.applications but you still need to wait.for additional confirmations to from.having such a short commit time under.the desire to have long times so it's.not about the long time so I said it's.about transaction committing it's very.fast the throughput in transactions of.the system is amazing it's a network.based protocol and we'll get into it.later and it really depends on the.application but everything else that we.provide for you is very fast so if you.design your application to be able to.handle 10,000 transactions per second.say the court will accommodate put the.EPM on it probably can't handle 10,000.transactions per second on the.blockchain with the VM but that's why.we're developing this alternative system.so that you don't have to use the EPM.you can develop your smart contracts in.any language that you want that runs in.bare metal that uses a saga protocol and.it can run much faster so we'll get into.the architecture yeah we figured we just.keep switching up keep you guys on your.toes so a question that comes up a lot.was the relationship between tender and.Daenerys and it's a useful it's a useful.question to explore because it.illustrates how our architecture works.and puts it in context right so so the.classic example is really WordPress and.Apache right WordPress on Apache are two.independent components that can work you.know either on their own or with with.other partners but but they're really.great together right.you know WordPress is this like.application level platform.she is this server level platform you.can build arbitrary applications on top.of right and and they communicate using.a socket protocol and you can you can.swap things up you know you could swap.out WordPress for like a Ruby on Rails.framework or for Django or whatever you.want you can swap out Apache for you.know nginx or for something something.like some other server back-end whatever.you want right in fact I prefer to make.a comparison that that were more like.nginx than Apache because no one really.likes apology IBM can be a posse so so.they only guys supposed to say that so.the analogy in this example basically.that you know Eris is like an.application-level platform where you.know they're agnostic to the underlying.consensus but they have opinions about.what the application should look like.right which is very much like WordPress.WordPress is agnostic to the underlying.server but have opinions about what you.know what your blog should look like.right and on the other hand 10 images is.this lower level you know server side or.more server oriented platform that is.agnostic about the applications you run.on top right but is opinionated about.the fact that you use tenorman did not.something silly like proof of work just.like the same way Apache is you know a.server that says you you're using the.Apache server model and not something.intelligent like nginx right so.hopefully that makes sense and that sort.of puts things in contacts and basically.the way this works is that when you you.know when you want to actually go and.run a tenorman blockchain with some.application on top tender mint itself.doesn't come with an application right.if you just try and start at Enderman.node you know it'll crash and say hey I.don't have an application to talk to.right so you have to start an.application that tenant can talk to and.it should be the only thing the only.thing talking to that application should.be the tenorman node so that it can.drive the state changes when there's.consensus on new transactions and if.there's questions we can we can talk.about them right so so here's a maybe a.little bit more of a.a clearer picture so if this is like our.network you know each of these each of.these is a node and the core is one.process running on the node and the app.is another process running on the node.and they talk over a akut and the they.use a very simple protocol to.communicate we call the T MSP the.tenorman socket protocol is very simple.it just it just defines a few messages.basically the the basic messages we need.to have a blockchain application so.essentially they are append append T.acts so that we can take transactions.from the consensus and apply them to the.application state and get half so that.the consensus can say hey application.what's the current hash I need to put it.in the block right and you know that's.basically it there's a little more.subtlety but at the end of the day you.know users submit transactions they get.put into blocks they get sent to the.application the application runs them.against the state and then the core asks.for a hash the application returns it.and we move on right so in the core we.have things like the agile consensus.algorithm the mempool that's where we.store the block so it handles all the.p2p and then in the in the application.you have the actual state storage right.which could be something like the UT.Exocet and Bitcoin with all the the.scripting language or it could be a.theory of virtual machine with its.account system or whatever blockchain.application state you want well we're.trying to make a very clear distinction.between the underlying consensus.algorithm and the applications that run.on top right cool.so here here's sort of a step-by-step.but sort of what I just said you know.user sends a transaction to tender mcore.using HTTP there's another message I.didn't mention called check TX so that.the core and it's a application is this.a legit transaction yeah people say yes.and it'll say no this is this is crap.and then you know check about your.transactions then it will make a block.with those transactions like usual you.know it'll pass the block around the.consensus everyone said yeah there's a.legit block let's commit this thing and.once it's committed then we'll go and.actually run the run the transactions.against the application to get the new.state and.you'd say hey what's the hash right it's.very very simple system but incredibly.powerful because now it allows us to.write applications in arbitrary.programming languages so we can write.them and go we can write them in.JavaScript we can write them in Python.we can write them in Haskell you know we.can write them in whatever you want and.we have examples of the same application.written in multiple languages and we can.show you that J keeping you on your toes.so before we get into demos I just want.to talk a little bit about what are we.going as a company and what you guys.have to look forward to.that we're building out now and this.will be available later this year and.we're pretty we're very excited about it.the whole thing about our company and.we're making is making it simple for you.the application developer to build.deploy and manage your blockchain so.with that we are developing well the.first thing is MSP which is the.architecture it makes it easy for you to.build your application we have a tool.called mid net if you go to our github.account github slash tournament slash.mid net it's a tool to that uses.doctrine machine to launch a blockchain.onto any cloud provider so doctor.machine supports ec2 digitalocean.and even your own cloud machines and you.can use mid net which is just a wrapper.around doctor machine calls to set up a.whole block chain and all the genesis.files and all the private keys about.later keys and it will deploy it onto.the cloud and you can manage it it's.it's best used for we use it for.development we use it to launch a blog.channel to the cloud and make sure that.everything's working assuming it would.be fleshed out to be full tool for.managing a live blockchain but for now.as a development tool so please use that.but the end goal here with what we're.building is as a UI for managing all.these applications now.so tender mint has this concept of.elevators as you know and there's a set.of validators that are designated to.commit blocks on a blockchain that.validator set is it comes about through.you know you can create a baggage that.how do you want it maybe it can source.from a banks it may be that they posted.collateral in chain to become a.validator you can you can have a value.set however you want once you have a.valid data set it makes sense to.consider letting that validator set run.multiple block chains and so this is how.we might do scaling if you have say a.theorem block chain and can only handle.ten transactions per second that's a.problem so what do you do you just have.each validator have enough compute.capacity so that they can run parallel.chain so you can run you know as many in.theory and block chains as you want and.to manage that and to manage the.consortium and to manage the proposals.the whole governance system of proposing.a new block chain or the launching of it.or the destruction of it or the.configuration of it even to manage the.change of validator sets we're gonna.need a intuitive UI for people to use.and that's what we're building we're.building the whole platform and the UI.so that anyone can be part of the.consortium and with it let's get into.demos how are we on time yes that's how.we are good yeah yes there's a time now.it's great times 8 yes o'clock cool any.questions before we dive in yeah what we.could there's nothing stopping us are.you gonna get in the way you can try to.stop me from any public watching yeah.let's take this that's a good question.I'm not sure what you mean in this.private space I mean if we you know say.say we started a chain and we want to.have a bunch of validators out we could.we could take everyone here we could.start a chain with all you like we could.we could actually do this if you guys.want to do this that would be awesome.and you know we could give everyone here.some voting power and then we could all.run tender mint on our computers and.then we would have a live blockchain and.you know we could bring other people in.and so on whether or not it's public is.a you know debatable question yeah so so.there's this check T X message right so.when you submit a transaction the core.will send it to the app and say hey is.this legit so you know send it to the.app it does have installed if it doesn't.have any app installed then it's not.running tender right I mean had there.has to be at least one app for it to be.doing it.okay okay cool demo so right I'm gonna.put this down I talk loud enough right.what you want me to do this again I.would but I recently wiped my drive and.they're all in Guelph Guelph this.awesome town and Ontario you should all.check it out and move there it's awesome.what am i doing demo so okay great.so I have this I set up a little folder.here let's clear everything right so.there's gonna be very a simple demo but.it'll show the pieces of it oh we were.gonna do tea must be first right you.should do that first okay cool so I'll.do that first so we have a couple demos.one is just like something simple to get.your feet wet and then one is something.awesome to get you really wet okay so.you know we use go because we love go.it's a beautiful language installing.stuff is super simple you just go go get.github.com andermant /tm SP is the repo.and then dot dot dot we'll go and.install everything I already have it so.they don't actually actually have to.walk through with it but that will.install a couple of a couple default.applications for you one of which is the.dummy the dummy is quite dumb it doesn't.really do anything it accepts.transaction stuffs the minim oracle tree.and that's about it right and so we have.a simple tool for working with your.application to make sure it works within.tender mint and TM SP and that is the.the TMS PE plea so if we type TMS B plea.that would also have been installed with.that last command I run it shows you the.options so these are really these are.really all the messages that TM SP.supports right so the main ones for the.blockchain are really these three right.so these are the ones that are always.being used live and then the other ones.are a little more administrative you.know echo.is just to make sure things are working.info dump some info set option is for.setting like configuration options or.different parameters and then query is.just so that we can see that that things.are working right and so we have this.console that you can drop into so you.can do sort of interactive commands it's.very simple if you just hit enter it'll.show you that list again right so we can.say you know echo hi we should see that.it says below we can see some info.you know our Merkel tree is currently.empty if we get a hash it's also.currently empty because there's nothing.in there so now we can go append a.transaction let's make a very simple.transaction ABCD right it's happy didn't.return any error now if we hit get hash.we should see oh now there's a real hash.because we just stuck something in a.Merkel tree so now it has some route.hash and if we go and query we can go.ask it hey what's the value stored at.ABCD and it just it's just storing the.same value we gave it for this app we.cannot we also can do something simple.like you know EF G equals I'm awesome.and then if we go query FG it will tell.you what you already know namely that.I'm awesome so you know very simple but.you can use this to help sort of debug.your application without having to worry.about the underlying consensus right and.so we have a tutorial if you go to.tenorman comm and click on tutorials.it'll walk you through doing this and we.have a few different apps and we have.another app besides the dummy is called.the counter app where basically every.transaction has to be an integer that's.one more than the last one and we've.implemented that in go lang in.javascript in python and i'm working on.a version in Haskell because I wanted to.learn Haskell and so you can use all of.them.you know interchangeably basically you.should be able to use them on the same.network but it just goes to show the.power of this new architecture where you.can really write your your smart.contracts your applications in arbitrary.programming languages ok so that's.that's the application on its own that's.not that interesting we want to see it.actually run on a blockchain right so.I'm going to kill it I'll start it again.it doesn't save it state because it's.just a dummy and now we'll run a.tenorman node.there's nothing here just go tender.Minturn it I'll just lay some basic.stuff for me and then I can run a.tenement code and oh yeah sorry we will.change this you just have to set fasting.to false for now we'll fix that.basically there are two methods of.syncing up with a tenorman blockchain.there's using the normal consensus and.then there's the so-called fast sink.where you just quickly check the headers.instead of going through the whole.consensus process and so you know this.this is very lightweight all we're.seeing is that we're just we're just.committing new blocks committing new.blocks committing new blocks and so now.if we want to send a transaction we have.a very simple API we can just curl it.we can go local post four six six five.seven I'll show you how to show you in.here because it's a self describing.thing you know so these are the.endpoints available right off the bag.and you can use them for debugging or.for actually sending stuff these ones.don't take any arguments these ones do.take arguments right so I can just copy.this say paste it here.and then fill in a transaction let's say.ABCD right okay so you know return to.toppy there's no error and now I can use.the T MSB plea to make sure it worked.and I can just go query for ABCD it.didn't work.oh it's capital no anyone.it slashes in the right place yeah.that's just the return it doesn't return.anything oh it's oh it's the hex as.you're saying right yeah okay so we have.to work on some formatting things but.basically if I do this it should work.and say to hex my mom now if I'd TM SPE.I mom this isn't promising I swear all.this was working earlier okay what do we.do click oh there it is okay so just.take a second but input a manner to show.up eventually and so if we look back.here you know we'll see someone up here.they've got committed with the.transaction there it is so we just had.to wait for it to commit and they chose.that right yeah so it worked query.ensure that I'm all right okay so that's.you know that's very simple this is just.one node running on one computer we can.send transactions the transactions are.trivial because our application is.trivial so there's no signatures or.anything like this all we're doing is.passing data and stuffing it into Merkle.tree but you know again just for for.getting your feet wet it's it's a nice.application okay so that's that's clear.let's do something more interesting now.where I will actually go and deploy this.thing in the cloud and so what we'll do.is we'll go set up we'll go set up a.network with four validators will start.the dummy on all of them and then we'll.start sending you know thousands of.transactions at them we'll see the.blocks fill up with transactions and.then we'll start taking down nodes and.showing that you know if we take down.one node it'll still work if we take.down two nodes the network should now.halt because it always needs at least.two-thirds online the the transactions.will build up in the mempool and then.once a node comes back online it'll.start committing and clear out the.mempool right just just like what.happens with Bitcoin so wish me luck I.don't know.okay so I have a couple scripts here to.make my life easier I will show you what.they look like so here's our launch.script quite simple basically we we.initialize a few directories so this.midnight and it will just initialize.some directories for us with the.information we need I have some machine.so we use docker machine doctor machine.is great it allows you to just easily.deploy nodes in the cloud right so you.can go docker machine create and it'll.set up a bunch of nodes for you and then.you know display them so we're gonna.work on these guys test one two four so.that they've already been created.because creating live is probably not a.bad idea because it's like always fails.and you have to redo it but don't worry.doctor is working on it so you know and.then we have we have a very simple DSL.so that this you know mint net will.understand that this means ok test 1.test 2 test 3 test 4 we're gonna deploy.a blockchain on all of them we're gonna.use the dummy and knit script which is.right here that basically just says you.know go get the dummy app check out the.right branch install it and run the.dummy.ok so that'll initialize some.directories and then when we run start.that'll actually go and start all the.all the processes on every machine right.and that'll take a couple minutes and.we'll see it scroll by and then we go.and start our net monitor so that we can.monitor all the all the nodes at once.right.so I'm gonna go launch this this will.take a couple minutes to complete we can.watch it scroll by it's very pretty if.anyone wants to ask a question while.this is happening floor is yours yes.sure.right okay so you know disclosure I.still work at eros I'm a lead developer.there I'm transitioning to tender mint.basically for the sake of you know I was.looking at these businesses as if they.were code and seemed like some.refactoring needed to happen and I.needed to move this human over here for.a little bit so that's what's happening.so initially you're right eros forked.aetherium and and did this crazy thing.where we pushed the consensus rules into.the etherium virtual machine but the.etherion virtual machine is so bloated.and slow that that was not about not a.good idea right so what ended up.happening is last year in January I came.to San Francisco and I met Jay and we.talked about Penn rent and I was like.this is what we need to use this was.before we had done this architectural.separation so air is basically retooled.on top of 10 Derman and that's where air.is deep that's air SDB the Aris.blockchain is basically a tenorman.blockchain with additional application.State including the etherium virtual.machine no tenorman is an independent.engine right so it's it's own consensus.protocol its own peer to peer layer and.then you can take arbitrary application.states and put them on top so recently I.forked go aetherium and put it on top of.tenorman so you can use all of the.theorems tools in the the etherium.development ecosystem on top of a.tenorman back end.tender mint is the blockchain provider.right yeah so tenorman actually provides.the thing that makes gets consensus on.blocks and commits them into a.blockchain sure go I'll continue and.then well well it'll be more time okay.so everything has started up we see you.know done launching ten Dermot Network.now we've started our network monitor.you know we do everything with simple.HTTP requests so I'm just gonna show you.what yep okay so you know this the net.monitor knows about one blockchain is.called my new app we can go look at it.now get J and chain ID my new app.beautiful so you know this is just some.summary information at the bottom here.basically keeps up with the height you.know the height is changing and tells us.some basic information we have all four.validators online so we're at full.health and basically what we're gonna do.is we're gonna start bombing this thing.with transactions and then we'll start.killing nodes show you how this changes.how the blocks stopped being made and.then bring it back online right so to do.that I'm gonna start a local pin Dermott.node and that's gonna be the thing I.sent all my transactions to so basically.you know I'm just gonna copy in the.Genesis Genesis file we just made and.then I'm gonna start a local tender mint.node and connect to all the the docker.machine IP addresses we were looking at.before right so if I start that that's.fine there's the dummy you can see now.it's it's catching up right so it should.be all caught up and and now it's synced.so this node that I'm running on my.laptop is not a validator node he's just.synced up with the blockchain right and.there's four validators and they're in.the cloud and they're actually the ones.committing blocks and this guy is just.keeping up with them he's just he's just.listening in right but we're gonna use.him to broadcast our transactions to.okay so we've got another script here.for sending transactions it looks like.this just grab some random data and.value and then it goes and broadcasts.that key value pair sleeps for 100.milliseconds and does it again and we'll.do that 10,000 times so we run this.thing it's just bombing it with.transactions if we go here you know.we'll start to see that the transaction.throughput is starting to tick upwards.any time we can look at the unconfirmed.transactions so we can look at our local.guy 6 5 7 confirmed you know so.currently we have 13 and then they clear.out and they get put in blocks and we're.constantly generating more the mempool.fills up and then it gets cleared when a.block comes those off it gets cleared.when a block comes and so on right.everyone with me yeah anyone confused.about what's going on tell me and I'll.happily clarify okay great you guys are.great okay.what.okay now let's kill nodes and prove that.you know tenorman it's actually worth.something that we can kill know them and.the whole thing won't just crash right.yes folks you do it wait biggie smalls.okay so I've got this command here for.killing the guy okay so so all this is.gonna say we're just we're just gonna.blow the whole thing away on on machine.test one it's just gonna take about a.minute his daugher is like really slow.sometimes but you know playing doctor.for that not me so this thing will go.down and once it goes down we will see.that we're only gonna have three active.validators right but three or four is.more than two-thirds so our blockchain.is gonna be fine it'll keep going it's.gonna take a second where are we this.guy taking it speed last time that's.fakie on.do do I know it's done yeah that's right.look so now it knows Oh one of our ears.is gone so we're no longer in full.health because we lost the validator but.we're still healthy because we're still.committing blocks right so the block.height is still going on you know and.we're still crunching transactions right.yeah so I just took him down he's gone.oh you mean how do you reduce the this.number great question we currently don't.support that but we're working on it so.we used to support it and then we got.rid of it when we did this riri.engineering of the architecture and now.we're gonna bring it back because it's.obviously important that you can change.your validators that same thing applies.for adding nodes and of course you know.being bitcoiners someone will say oh but.censorship resistance and you're right.and you know we have like real world.means for dealing with that great so so.this is pretty clear you know not that.exciting or we lost a node it still.works that's great you know Bitcoin.leases knows all the time and it still.works.okay let's kill another node right so.now half of our network is gonna be down.right half of the network is not enough.to commit blocks in a Byzantine fault.tolerant algorithm so when this guy goes.down we're gonna stop increasing in.height and that's gonna be it the the.mempool is just gonna start filling up.right so if we go look right so he's.down now and the mempool is just is just.crunching so if I go here.get rid of all that junk great so you.know I'm cool filling up getting bigger.and bigger we're not making blocks I can.prove that all right we're stuck at 2:53.we'll be there for a long time because.of our there's down right we only have.two or four or no longer healthy as you.can see right and yet that's kind of.unfortunate full health needs everyone's.on line healthy means you're making.blocks right healthy means at least.two-thirds are on line right so you know.I remember was getting pretty big we.could wait until it gets so big that all.the nodes crashed but then that'll ruin.my demo so I won't do that.okay so what I will do is now restart.one of the nodes let's say test one one.thing I have to do though is tell it who.to connect to so I go seed machines and.again we can use this fancy DSL right.and so this will take a couple minutes.so let's take a question.sure it works here if they're part of.the they're part of the validator set so.that so the difference here is that the.validator set has to be registered so if.you have a validator set of you know a.thousand notes then any 300 of them or.so can go up or down as they please all.right you want to join it as a validator.yeah.right so you can start a full node and.just sync up no problem just like the.one on my computer right so the note on.my computer is not a validator but it is.synced up with the network right so.there's four validators plus one node.which is my computer right so doing that.is trivial it's very easy you just start.it and say who you want to connect to.like it was saying before though if you.want to actually become a validator we.haven't implemented that yet within the.new architecture we used to have it we.got rid of it so that we could retool.simply and now we're gonna bring it back.you can broadcast transactions you just.can't validate them yeah so yeah so so.it used to be the case so it used tender.mint the way it used to be structured.everything was was in one app or.everything was one process right so the.consensus the application was all.together and there was you know.transactions let you move tokens around.whatever and there was a special.transaction type called the bounty acts.and so if you have some tokens you could.send a bond to X and that would bond.your tokens and then you would become a.validator and then if you around.you would lose those tokens they'd get.slashed.right so we will bring back that.mechanism but we're gonna do it in a.more flexible way that works within sort.of alternative governance structures.that's really the goal.if you want to become one.beyond the network that already exists.right so you would sync up with them.you'd have to know some IP addresses.right of nodes that exist you'd sync up.with them and then you would send for.example a bond TX and you'd say hey hey.guys I want to be a validator they'd.accept that transaction and now you'd be.a validator and if you don't validate it.you'd get in trouble no just one just.the one you want to do for okay so.finish launching that's good news our.dudes back online or healthy we're.making blocks so everything's legit.let's check the mempool it's been.cleared out it worked this demo went.amazingly smoothly round of applause.dependable yeah all right so you know.that's that you can mess around more we.can bring up the other guy and get back.up to full house if we want yeah within.a second yeah so I mean if you look here.the blocks are pouring in basically.every second we're getting another block.and you see it tells you how many.transactions they have you know 35.transactions 10 and 11 and etc so yeah.the block size is arbitrary it's.currently not capped so you know you.could dose us we're aware of these.things but you know we're in development.what's up.okay it's a great question because it.betrays a misunderstanding and so the.question was can we increase the block.time because if it's too fast we'll have.orphans right now there's no concept of.an orphan and tender mint it's very.important thing to understand because.the way tenorman works you know the.validator set you know that there's four.validators right and they take turns.proposing blocks so at any given time.there's only one person who's supposed.to be able to propose the block right.and if if he's not online everyone has.to everyone has to who is online has to.sign off on the fact that they thought.they were gonna receive a block they.haven't let's move on and then they'll.go to the next proposer right so we have.this round basic mechanism for the.consensus where you know one guy is.supposed to propose he is the only guy.that's allowed to propose and then.everyone comes to consensus on that.block before the next block can happen.and if that guy's not online they can.skip him but they have to have consensus.on the fact that they're skipping him.right oh you are so Blackstar yeah cool.okay great so I will can all this j-just.needs a browser great.this is a sample application at written.on team ESP written and golang which is.a simple cryptocurrency so it's 300.lines for the main application it's this.file you can see it here and it's a full.cup the currency very simple one and yes.yes does that can you see that okay.so I'll show you what's going on here.the it's just a crypto currency so it.just has a single token and there's.multiple inputs multiple outputs it's.not quite you txl it's because if you.can use the same account multiple times.there's an increment in sequence and.nonce and you know we'll be building.this out that it's more usable but here.we're showing it for the sake of.demonstration yeah so we have libraries.set up so that all you need to do is.basically implement an interface and.fill out the methods and the wrapper.that we've created in golang we've also.created one in JavaScript and we'll be.building out and in other languages too.it takes this class basically it's a.class like an Opie class and creates a.whole G MSP application.so here's info you know you can go to if.you go to teamspeak lie and ask for info.that's what a return set option you know.that's administrative let's ignore that.for now so there's two main functions or.three main messages that need to be.implemented one is a pen TX you can see.here the others check TX and the others.it's get hash and I'll just go through.these so you see that it's the logic is.pretty simple when you Pentheus bytes so.you can use any you know encoding scheme.it could be protobuf it could be.anything at all and public private key.encryption system leave it up to you.in this case we're using a encryption.scheme called wire which we created but.I'm just using it because you validate.the transactions and if the transaction.is not valid and you're returning a code.a special code by this function stores.it so it okay so where is the storing it.to you know so when we first created.this architecture it was missing a.storage component a datastore and we've.created that now yeah we call it Merkel.eyes Merkel eyes I can show it to you.but it's basically it's like level DB or.Redis it's a key value store except it.also handles mobilisation so when you.say get me the hash after a bunch of.updates that will compute the hash for.you and you can return the hash from.your application so here when you merkel.eyes client i'll show you the.implementation of that.yes Merkle trees are hierarchical so we.do provide we we do handle the tree and.all the crazy hire people know stuff but.the interface to users is just a key.value store so we hide away all the.complexity it looks like a basic device.or to you but we do the memorization.let's store accounts so here is you know.just call me stuff another thing to note.here is that when when the core Penniman.core asks this application for the.merkel hash which it'll include into the.blog cache so that's how you build an.application and you can build one in two.days apparently and and it's 300 lines.for a basic cryptocurrency application.so check that check out our examples.this one's called black star 10 minutes.slash black star.there's another one in JavaScript called.nom nom coin and we'll be building out.more examples for you to follow.this guy your bad we're censoring you.that's right yeah.we get this all the time I don't know if.you've noticed but bitcoins pretty.centralized so you know at the end of.the day it's like there's something.called reality and you know Cubans and.like human human relationships and I.know like people in the crypto world.don't like to be able to have to think.about those because they don't fit in.the models but that's like who actually.uses the stuff yeah.sure yeah I mean we can adjust the block.type no problem yeah so like right now.that one second is actually hi there's a.period in there where the nodes are just.waiting for other nodes to catch up.right so really we can commit blocks in.like like a few hundred milliseconds.problem right great question though.we'll get to you hey.yeah there's there are sure there are.several bottlenecks and I'll go through.them and I'll try to describe the.characteristic what is yes one is the.network latency and the number of.validators so in order to commit a block.you need basically if the number of.validators is n 2 n squared numbers of.signature shares before you can commit a.blog so if you have a thousand.validators and you use ed to 55.9 that's.fine but if you have a hundred thousand.validators it becomes a problem because.if n squared that's 1 of course if the.validator at the network is bad and you.have a global blockchain then like we.mention to you that's another problem.but if we don't if we discount those and.just say you have like 100 validators.and the network it's fine then we're.talking about the other bottleneck is.like how many transactions per second.the application can handle and if you.use intermittent MSP and plug in.etherium on it then it's you'll probably.get a little more performance out of it.because you don't have to undo blocks.and it's just a straight line of commits.so that's that benefit but it's what the.EVM depending on the application if it's.slow that's your limitation.sorry what was the last few things yeah.uh-huh yes so we think that you know the.thing about blockchains.and what makes it really secure you know.and safe is that it's auditable by like.anyone anyone can sync up to a.blockchain and verify his history and so.we took that concept and we said okay.blockchain is just whatever a computer.can do a blockchain you know single.computer on a typical application can.handle like a thousand transactions per.second if it's like a crypto currency.you know thing but that doesn't scale if.you need a hundred thousand transactions.per second so we'll scale it out by.running multiple parallel applications.under the same validator set and if you.do that if you say you know these block.chains are running on the same validator.set they shared the same validator set.but it's the same application then you.can think about ways to have these block.chains inter operate and you can use.like the inter Ledger's no intellectual.protocol or hyper ledger IBM thing you.can use all kinds of protocols to.transact between block chains I know.that you're working on such a thing.yourself but if you but there's other.ways to do it too if you have a closed.system like like a single platform with.a single violator say so we'll explore.all goes.yeah yeah I mean man up and get a better.machine okay so you only need two-thirds.of the valve layers to commit a block so.if you have say ten validators and you.have to slow nodes it's fine the to slow.notes don't do anything says if they're.down so but over time if you have a.proper governing system and encrypt.appearance you say and you have to say a.hundred validators and you find that one.of these validators is very slow the.governing systems to say it's found that.there's no good let's take them out and.replace them that's one example of.changing divide later set but to answer.your question it's not it's not the.slowest validator that's the bottleneck.it's the it's the bottom one third tier.so at the beginning so I can okay so.there's there's all kinds of things that.can do even for a basic of the currency.on Penniman for validator there's all.kinds of things you can do that are bad.marginal things that are maybe.considered bad twos which is like.sensory transactions but let's not talk.about those let's just talk about what.pertains to the Consensus operator so.some of the things you can do that are.bad art and withhold transactions you.can try to delay the process you can.double sign so what that means is every.vow that are signing something for a.given for a given Heights which is a.block number and the round usually.around a zero but sometimes it's around.water too if you signed two different.block hashes from the same height and.round that's double signing and that's.trivially discoverable because you can.compare these two signatures and say you.sign two different blog Heights block.hashes for the same height and round.okay that's one thing you can do another.thing you can do is you can unlock when.you shouldn't touch drink the consensus.process this is a bit trickier and.there's a process for discovering that.currently the best way to do this is to.say if once there is a fourth you ask.the whole system show us all your votes.and justify them make show us all the.things that you've seen that caused you.to vote to lock or unlock in the way.that you did and if you're an honest.auditor who.according to the protocol then you.should be able to justify yourself if.you can't then there you found the the.culprit if there is say a fork in the.system you will always find at least one.third of validators who had either.double sign or cannot justify their.votes so that's the current iteration of.the consensus algorithm in the next.version we're going to make it so that.every committee implies that finding.double signers is immediate and that's.just the next.yeah so that's a fantastic question.the question is we don't allow for.there's only append there's no revert.right and so how do you handle the.situation where like a memory a.transaction that's getting committed and.it was checked and was found to be valid.through the mempool gets committed but.it's wrong so we used to the first time.we created the the architecture team SP.system we did have a rollback message.and we've you know but we found out that.it's much easier for the application.developer if they don't have to worry.about rollback so we've done is we said.okay the transactions that are committed.through a pen TX and T MSP are the.transactions that have already been.committed but being committed doesn't.mean that the transaction is valid it's.entirely possible for a block that was.committed with the transactions to once.they pushed the transaction to the.application for Team SP and that the.response back is the notes saying that.the transaction is invalid in that case.the the response codes will get included.into the blockchain so you can tell.which transactions were actually valid.if the application is deterministic and.everybody's wearing the same code then.everybody should come up with the same.result so so the idea is first you.decide on the order transactions and.then you figure out what transactions.are invalid later.that's right the state hash goes in the.next block.sure so bummer glass it's uh it's too.it's just the API that appears to be.flat key value store but when you append.a when you set a value to a key and.there's already an existing data in.Merkle life what's happening when you.set a value to key is it's using the AVL.tree algorithm it's a self balancing.algorithm to to rebalance it and when.you and you can do that multiple times.and you know every time it's log of N.and compute complexity and then when you.ask for the hash after multiple of those.modifications it'll efficiently compute.the hash just for the inner nodes that.are new that have been modified but the.inner nodes are not accessible to the.end-user.so we'll have a will have a name class.so you can even get the proves the.merkel proofs from this data store but.there's it's not about the inner leaves.the end user doesn't see that.we don't save the history garbage clip.yeah so right so actually right now we.don't garbage collector Merkel eyes so.all the history is there all the it's.immutable rights doing everything there.cysts yeah yeah so you're right but once.we do the garbage collection then even.once you set a new value on top old.value and about performance if you keep.everything in memory for example you.have like a million key value objects.then this can handle like ten thousand.or five thousand or something like that.sure that's four seconds it's it's.pretty fast yeah.as for your other question what's our.analog to like compiling to the what's.uh oh sorry.your other question was about what's our.analog to compiling like down to EVM.bytecode right so using this new.architecture and talking over a socket.you can write your application in any.programming language you want so you can.you can you can write your own EVM or.your own virtual machine and compiled.down to that or you can just use a.normal programming language like a.normal human being you know Python.JavaScript whatever you want so there.doesn't have to be a compilation process.if you don't want if you just want to.write the app and have it be a fixed app.you know like a simple cryptocurrency or.you could take Bitcoin as it stands any.of the implementations take the.application state and put it on top of.tenorman that's fine right if you want.something where you can deploy new.functionality live like a theory allows.you to do then you need some kind of.virtual machine and some kind of byte.code that will run in it right one of.the things we're looking at is having a.model where you can actually like put up.new docker containers right so the.application is really something that.just manages many docker containers and.then if you want to deploy a new.functionality onto the chain really all.you have to do is deploy a new docker.container that could have you know the.application again written in.Oh cherry language there are you know.subtleties about that related to non.determinism and the halting problem and.so on but what we're working toward sort.of practical solutions to those two more.questions and then another song this one.yeah.yeah so I mean it's up to the validators.not to accept a million new validators.so it depends on the system right we.built the platform for deploying.blockchains.the actual configurational and.governance state of the blockchain you.deploy is up to you and it's up to your.governance mechanisms to prevent that if.you want to use proof-of-work to do that.all the power to you.right well you can but another way to do.it which is the old tenement with a bond.transaction so in that case in order to.become about better you have to have.points you might specify the minimum.number of coins that you have to bond.which already limits it from there's all.kinds of ways.yes yes we we have we get requests for.projects to be built on top of.tenorman's and TM SP and we're hiring.we're hiring for awesome blotching.developers and developers to help out.build out all these applications and.also you know if you have your own.software company and you want to work on.watching applications and you don't want.to get hired by us that's fine too I.just talked to us and we'll give you.work to do oh just email us to say hello.at Enderman calm.

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The great thing about CocoSign is that it helps you sign electronically the Tmappl Form in your Gmail, without having any other devices involved. You can do that using the CocoSign Chrome extension. There are only five simple tips you need to follow to sign your form right in your Gmail account:

  1. Find the CocoSign extension in the Chrome Web Store, and download it to your browser.
  2. Log into your Gmail account.
  3. Direct to the Inbox and find the email containing the paper you need to sign.
  4. On the sidebar, you will find the button 'Sign'; click it and generate your personalize e-signature.
  5. Once you select 'Done,' the signature will be completed, and the signed document will be automatically saved in a draft email generated by the CocoSign software.

Saving time was the primary concern behind the efforts made by CocoSign to develop a secure and safe software that can allow you to waive signing docs with pen.

Once you try the software, you will immediately become one of the many satisfied clients who are enjoying the advantages of e-signing their documents right from their Gmail account.

How to create an e-signature for the Tmappl Form straight from your smartphone?

Smartphones and tablets are so evolved recently, that you can utilize them for anything what you can do on your laptop and PC. That's why more and more people are finishing work task from these mobile devices, saving even more time.

It's also a huge benefit work from home. As long as your internet connection is stable, you can conduct your business from anywhere.

When you need to sign a Tmappl Form , and you're not in the office, the CocoSign web application is the answer. Signing and sending a legally binding document will take seconds. Here is what you need to do to sign a document on your phone online:

  1. Use your browser to go to CocoSign and log in. If you don't already have an account, you need to register.
  2. Discover the document that needs to be signed on the device and open it.
  3. Open the document and go to the page to insert your esignature.
  4. Select on 'My Signature'.
  5. Create your designed signature, then download it on the page.
  6. Once you have done, go over it again, select 'Done'.

All these tips won't take long, and once the document is signed, you decide the next step. You can either download it to the device or share it in an email or using a link.

A significant benefit of CocoSign is that you can use it with with any mobile device, regardless of the operating system. It's the ideal method, and it saves cost, it's safe.

How to create an e-signature for the Tmappl Form on iOS?

Creating an electronic signature on a iPhone is not at all hard. You can sign the Tmappl Form on your iPhone or iPad, using a PDF file. You will find the application CocoSign has created especially for iOS users. Just go to search CocoSign.

These are the tips you need to sign the form right from your iPhone or iPad:

  1. Download the CocoSign app on your iOS device.
  2. With your email to generate an account, or sign in with Google or Facebook.
  3. Discover the PDF that needs to be signed on the iPhone or pull it from the cloud.
  4. Discover the place where you want to add the signature; select 'Insert initials' and 'Insert signature'.
  5. Put down your initials or signature, place them correctly, and save changes to the document.

Once finished, the document is ready for the next step. You can download it to your iPhone and send it by email. As long as you have a efficient internet connection, you can sign and send documents instantly.

How to create an electronic signature for the Tmappl Form on Android?

iOS has lots of of users, there's no doubt of that, but most phone users have an Android operating system. To fulfill their needs, CocoSign has developed the software, especially for Android users.

You can get the app on Play Market, install it, and you can start signing documents. These are the tips to sign a form on your Android device:

  1. If you already have a CocoSign account, sign in. If you don't have one yet, you can sign in using Google or Facebook.
  2. Select on '+' to open the document you want to sign, from cloud storage or using your camera.
  3. Discover the place where the signature must be placed and then use the popup window to write your signature.
  4. Insert it on the page, confirm, and save the changes.
  5. The final step is to save the signed document.

To send the signed form, just attach it to an email, and it will reach your clients instantly. CocoSign is the best way to sign many forms every day, all at a low price. It's time to forget all about physical signatures and keep it all electronic.

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