Algorithme

Cryptos:

2,117

Échanges:

10

Capitalisation boursière:

$2,243,771,578,670

Volume 24h:

$34,180,051,536

Directed Acyclic Graph

DAG

Classement #10

$18,601,006,170

0

4

Gagnants (undefined)%

24H

Perdants (undefined)%

Classement

10

Actifs

4

Capitalisation boursière

$18,601,006,170

Volume 24h

$231,672,530

Perdants

4

Aperçu
Actifs

$18,601,006,170

Capitalisation boursière

$231,672,530

Volume

10

Classement

0

Gagnants

4

Perdants

-2.05

%

Changement 24h

12.31

%

Changement 7j

1H

-1.49

%

1J

-2.05

%

1S

12.31

%

1M

-32.22

%

2M

8.48

%

3M

31.52

%

6M

221.46

%

1A

145.15

%

À propos de Directed Acyclic Graph

Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG) is a distributed ledger technology that differs from traditional blockchain-based systems. Rather than storing transactions in blocks, DAG arranges them in a directed acyclic graph structure.

DAG-based systems, like IOTA and Nano, use a unique approach to reach consensus. Instead of relying on miners to validate transactions and create new blocks, DAG uses a network of nodes to validate and confirm transactions. This approach eliminates the need for miners and the associated energy consumption, making DAG-based systems more eco-friendly than traditional blockchains.

In DAG, each transaction is confirmed by the previous transaction. This way, each transaction is a confirmation of a previous one, creating a chain of trust. DAG nodes validate transactions by referencing two previous transactions on the network, and once a transaction is confirmed by enough nodes, it is considered final.

One of the most significant advantages of DAG is its scalability. Since transactions do not need to be confirmed by a central authority, DAG-based systems can process a large number of transactions simultaneously. This scalability also ensures that transaction fees remain low even as transaction volume increases.

DAG-based systems have some disadvantages, though. The lack of a central authority means that they are more vulnerable to attacks than traditional blockchains. Additionally, DAG-based systems can be more difficult to understand and implement than traditional blockchain systems.

Despite these challenges, DAG-based systems continue to attract interest due to their unique approach to consensus and scalability. As the technology develops, it is likely that we will see more DAG-based systems emerge in the cryptocurrency and blockchain space.