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Dallas, TX — February 13, 2020 — Hedera Hashgraph, an enterprise-grade public distributed ledger, today announced that the Hedera Consensus Service (HCS) is open to developers on the Hedera mainnet.
Dallas, TX — February 12, 2020 - Hedera Hashgraph, an enterprise-grade public distributed ledger platform, has been named to the Constellation ShortList™ for Blockchain Technology Services in Q1 2020.
For some consensus algorithms, it is possible to prove that they are Asynchronous Byzantine Fault Tolerant (ABFT). But what does that mean, and what are the practical implications? This blog will explore what an ABFT proof can guarantee about the correctness, finality, and liveness of a consensus algorithm.
Dallas, TX — February 5, 2020 — Hedera Hashgraph, the enterprise-grade, public distributed ledger platform, has announced a strategic partnership with Armanino LLP, one of the 25 largest accounting and business consulting firms in the U.S.
Atlanta, GA and Dallas, TX — February 3, 2020 — Acoer, developer of blockchain-enabled applications, today announced that it is helping its healthcare and life sciences clients to easily track and visualize the Coronavirus outbreak with its HashLog data visualization engine.
As part of the recent business and coin economics review, the senior leadership team at Hedera has examined every part of Hedera’s strategy and operations.
Having up-to-date and accurate HBAR to USD conversion values is an important aspect of network operations at Hedera. We utilize the current price of HBAR across various applications and services. If you’ve ever wondered how we do that conversion, look no further.
SkyPeople, a game development company, builds blockchain-based games. The team is building their upcoming game, FiveStars, with new use cases and technology in mind including Hedera Consensus Service.
Hedera enables a flexible and dynamic permissioning model for entities in consensus state via a hierarchical m-of-n transaction signature based authorization model. The ability to require multiple signatures for operations on entities in state is critical for security and usability of public ledgers.