What Is Genaro Network (GNX)?

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What Is Genaro Network (GNX)?

The Genaro Network is a new public blockchain platform based on peer-to-peer encryption and sharing. The platform aims to realize highly efficient node management on the public chain based on PoS (Proof of Stake) and SPoR (Sentinel Proof of Retriev ability). The vision of Genaro is to establish a new medium of distributed and encrypted storage, and to enable each user to use and share data, and to establish abundant distributed applications (DApps) on the blockchain and provide stable support for these. Compared with other public chains, Genaro has the following advantages.

(1) Genaro modified the use of file sentinels to better suit distributed systems through the combination of PoS and SPoR, thus enhancing the ability to defend against replay attacks; (2) in the design of chain-style PoS, Genaro studied famous PoS methods such as Casper Tender mint, and your, analyzed the major ways of attacking PoS and proposed relevant schemes; and(3) in terms of management structure, Genaro combines the proof of data integrity and PoS, and provides effective methods of defense against potential problems in PoS.

Genaro Network Storage Key Points

Coin BasicInformation
Coin NameGenaro Network
Short NameGNX
Circulating Supply650,000,000.00 GNX
Total Supply650,000,000
Source CodeClick Here To View Source Code
ExplorersClick Here To View Explorers
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WhitepaperClick Here To View
Official Project WebsiteClick Here To Visit Project Website

Genaro’s Vision

Genaro Network is a public chain that combines peer-to-peer encrypted storage. The original intention of the design is to allow data to be shared after encryption, giving users different data rights, and ultimately allowing a rich ecosystem of decentralized applications (DApps) to be built on the public chain. As of now, most DApps are centered around transactions in the trading market, gambling, and gaming. Two data-related features of DApps (1) there is limited data storage on the chain and (2) off-chain data is not directly usable, making the DApp not as ubiquitous as the current mobile phone or web app, resulting in a narrow functionality for the blockchain.

Genaro Network is designed to allow data to have a decentralized storage medium and to complement the functionality of its encrypted data, incorporating the idea of encrypted data processing via the blockchain. To achieve this goal, Genaro’s system is designed in three parts the storage network, the public chain, and the consensus governance. This yellow paper will elaborate on these three elements.

DHT-Distributed Hash Table

The application of P2P file sharing (BTs/eMules, etc.)is the most concentrated embodiment of P2P technology. Genaro Network is a P2P file sharing network as an entry point, around a file network system, and its open ability combined with the blockchain formula algorithm to design a new flat,decentralized cloud while retaining the blockchain’s open,transparent characteristics. The development of the P2P file sharing network generally has the following stages, including the network of the tracker server, the pure DHT network without any server,and the hybrid P2P network.

XOR Matrix and Distance Calculation

Each KAD node has a 160-bit Genaro Network and the key value of each data is also a 160-bit identifier. To determine which node a KV pair exists in, KAD uses the concept of the distance between two identifiers. Given two 160-bit identifiers, x and y, KAD determines the distance between them by their XOR and expresses them as an integer. XOR gets the definition of distance in the system binary tree frame.

In a full 160-bit ID binary tree ID, the size of the two ID distances is the smallest sub tree containing two nodes. The leaf closest to IDx is the leaf that shares the longest common prefix with x when the tree is not a fully binary tree. For example, the distance between 0011 and 1001 is 1010 and the integer expression is 10, so the distance between the two nodes is 10.

System Fault Tolerance

As the only part that can’t be guaranteed in the CAP at the same time, we need to discuss it separately. In the design of Genaro Network must give priority to the availability of the chain,that is, to achieve the multi-node high concurrency standard of the public chain. In this case, this need to a band on the consistency feature and to preserve the system fault to lerance. The general way to reduce fault tolerance is through special data or state checking, that is, through a special broadcast that is a special transaction; and another time out or a specific protocol to do fault tolerance.