Hyperchains development updates

They are, but we have no control over what they decide to do on their own platforms.

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ulf change world in aeternity

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Can the team help negotiate?

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I know I shouldn’t talk about this issue here but As a loyal fan of ae, there are thousands of people looking forward to the exchange can open up withdrawal

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The connector is the component that knows how to post such commitments, as well as fetch and decode data from the parent chain.

Does this open up more possibilities than electing leaders for the child chain? For example, will this open the door to being able to posting transactions to the parent chain from the child chain?

Example Scenario #1: An AE transaction could contain data of a signed transaction (provided by users BTC account signature) that can then be submitted to the BTC network via the AE nodes.

Example Scenario #2: AE nodes have some clever way to sign a multi-sig account on BTC network? I realize this is more speculative, but it would be an amazing feature if it could be done securely… it would make AE<—>>BTC atomic swaps practically intrinsic to AE.

Thanks for your work and updates!

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Dear, at present, the computing power of AE main network is at a record low. At present, an attack can be launched at very little cost. Perhaps only the Hyperchains can continue the brilliance of AE. Ask the core development team to evaluate the current situation

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Thank you for your work. We trust you

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Thank you for your hard work, I will always support you!

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What would be the benefit of an attack?
You cannot attack any transactions deeper than 100 blocks from the top. This means that value is persisted on AE after ca 5 hours. This gives participants in high-value transactions a sensible timeframe to secure their end.

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When will the hyperchain white paper be released?

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