03-06-18 -- John Brakey - Jay Noone - Piers Ridyard -- (VIDEO & MP3s LOADED)
John Brakey (AUDITAZ; Election Nightmares) updates on voting/election fraud in U.S. - Jay Noon (Freedom Activist; Survivalist) on the effect activism has on the culture - Piers Ridyard (RADIX) on their high-throughput platform to build and distribute
Tuesday, March 6, 2018
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John Brakey is a co-founder of AUDIT-AZ (American's United for Democracy, Integrity,and Transparency in Elections, Arizona) and Special Task Force leader for Citizens Oversight for Verifiable Elections
Please check out these PDF's from John on the most current stats and issues going on in the various states that John has been visiting this past month. He will be on the road until early April at various locations around the U.S....
From John on 03-02-18: Virginia is a call to Action. People need to Demand Action and stop ballot images from being illegally destroyed.
Piers Ridyard, Radix CEO: A serial entrepreneur, Piers started in Blockchain by experimenting with creating insurance smart contracts that could operate without the need for a carrier in early 2015. Before taking the helm at Radix, he co-founded Surematics, a YCombinator S'17 company, helping to create the world's first decentralised dataroom
Piers giving a talk on Radix taking the technology to the next level.
What is Radix?
Radix is a high-throughput platform to build and distribute decentralized applications.
In research and development since 2011, Radix DLT is the first, infinitely scalable, Distributed Ledger Protocol for trustless systems. It is an eventually consistent distributed database, with absolute ordering of related events and n-1 fault detection. It is specifically designed for ease of use and to run on resource restricted devices, helping drive both mass adoption and for use in the Internet of Things (IoT).
The Radix platform will enable developers to create, distribute and manage highly scalable, efficient and secure distributed applications for both public and private networks.
The Radix Public Network is a modular, general-purpose, global computer for decentralised applications that enables inexpensive and scalable transactions at incredible speeds with near-instant finality.
Linearly scalability is the ability(of Radix) to process more transactions per second as more nodes join the network with no upper limit. Radix scales in an unbounded, linear fashion, where every new node increases the overall throughput of the network. Increasing the amount of nodes have little to no detrimental effects on pre-existing Nodes and thus the scalability is deemed linear and unbounded.
How does Radix achieve limitless scaling?
Radix achieves limitless scaling using a distributed database that can be broken up into relatively small constituents termed shards. Since the number of shards is indefinite and has no detrimental effect on pre-existing shards, scaling is practically infinite and thus linear.
How many transactions per second can Radix scale up to?
Our previous tests have scaled up to 500 transactions per second per partition. Combined with a huge, overlapping shard space, the scalability of Radix is only constrained by the number of Nodes operating within the network
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