Algorithme

Cryptos:

2,117

Échanges:

10

Capitalisation boursière:

$2,125,903,050,622

Volume 24h:

$40,062,540,112

Secure Proof of Stake

SPoS

Classement #39

$968,535,040

0

1

Gagnants (undefined)%

24H

Perdants (undefined)%

Classement

39

Actifs

1

Capitalisation boursière

$968,535,040

Volume 24h

$13,447,266

Perdants

1

Aperçu
Actifs

$968,535,040

Capitalisation boursière

$13,447,266

Volume

39

Classement

0

Gagnants

1

Perdants

N/A

Changement 24h

N/A

Changement 7j

1H

1.42

%

1J

0

%

1S

0

%

1M

-33.63

%

2M

-30.75

%

3M

-26.71

%

6M

70.78

%

1A

-8.20

%

À propos de Secure Proof of Stake

Secure Proof of Stake (SPoS) is a consensus algorithm used by some blockchain networks to validate transactions and add new blocks to the blockchain. It is a variation of the Proof of Stake (PoS) consensus algorithm, which relies on the concept of "staking" to secure the network.

In the SPoS algorithm, network participants must hold a certain amount of the blockchain's native cryptocurrency, known as a "stake," to participate in the consensus process. The larger the stake a participant holds, the greater their chance of being chosen to validate transactions and add new blocks to the blockchain.

One of the main advantages of the SPoS algorithm is its ability to reduce the energy consumption required to secure the network compared to traditional Proof of Work (PoW) algorithms. By using staking instead of mining to validate transactions, the network can achieve consensus in a more energy-efficient manner.

Another key feature of the SPoS algorithm is its enhanced security measures. In addition to requiring a stake to participate in the consensus process, the algorithm uses a number of other security measures such as distributed key generation, secure communication protocols, and Byzantine Fault Tolerance (BFT) to ensure the integrity of the blockchain.

Overall, the Secure Proof of Stake algorithm offers a number of benefits compared to other consensus algorithms, including increased security, improved scalability, and reduced energy consumption. As more blockchain networks continue to adopt SPoS, it may become an increasingly popular choice for those seeking a more secure and sustainable consensus algorithm.