RChain Platform Architecture¶
|Authors:||Ed Eykholt, Lucius Meredith, Joseph Denman|
|Copyright:||This document is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) License|
The RChain Platform Architecture description provides a high-level blueprint of the RChain decentralized, economically sustainable public compute infrastructure. While the RChain design is inspired by that of earlier blockchains, it also realizes decades of research across the fields of concurrent and distributed computation, mathematics, and programming language design. The platform includes a modular, end-to-end design that commits to correct-by-construction software and industrial extensibility.
Intended audience: This document is written for software developers and innovators who are interested in decentralized systems.
- Comparison of Blockchains
- Architecture Overview
- Node and Blockchain Semantics
- Contract Design
- Namespace Logic
- Execution Model
- Storage and Query
- Casper Consensus Algorithm