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Infographics

POP VS POA

Proof of Authority VS Proof of Participation

Like Proof of Authority, Proof of Participation takes advantage of a federated consensus algorithm. However, unlike Proof of Authority, the ...
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POP vs POS

Proof of Stake VS Proof of Participation

Proof of Participation takes the best part of proof of stake and takes a step further by reducing dependence on ...
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POP VS POW

Proof of Work VS Proof of Participation

ZooBC's Proof of Participation consensus was designed to overcome problems in other consensus algorithms like Proof of Work. Check out ...
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Dapp

What Is a Decentralised Application?

Dapps store the data on the decentralized systems where it gets distributed among several nodes eliminating the presence, and power, ...
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Smart Contract

What Is a Smart Contracts?

Contracts that perform credible transactions without a need of third parties. Digitally facilitate, verify, or enforce a negotiation or performance ...
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Reward Infographic

What Are Rewards?

Blockchains reward the nodes with newly created tokens or transactions fees for validating the blocks and functioning by the set ...
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Fork

What Is a fork?

A fork is a mere change to the protocol, or a divergence from the previous version of the blockchain. What ...
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Trends 2020

Top Five Blockchain Trends to Watch in 2020

Top Five Blockchain Trends to Watch in 2020 Top Five Blockchain Trends to Watch in 2020 The blockchain scene is ...
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We love helpful visuals at Blockchain Zoo. If you check out our Bali office, we tried to make it inspiring and symbolic of all the solutions blockchain can bring to the world. We are also dedicated to clear, beautiful explanations of the blockchain landscape. 

One such way of doing that is via infographics, where you can get the idea of a complex subject, such as smart contracts, in an easy, digestible visual form. For example, if you’d like to learn about nodes, asymmetric cryptography or rewards within blockchain and cryptocurrencies, we have an nice-looking infographic for that.

You can get a full education about blockchain, how it works and its various use cases by just checking out our polished infographics. You can learn about cryptographic hashing (the backbone of a blockchain), decentralized applications (a core aspect of blockchains, eliminating central authorities), consensus algorithms (the mechanism for blockchain transactions) or blocks (collections of transactions within blockchains).

Alternatively, you can also check out our infographics on the various uses cases of decentralized digital ledgers, about to revolutionize a plethora of industries. For instance, energy trading, digital advertising, the music industry, education, real estate, counterfeit alcohol-tracking, and even philanthropy.

Similarly, we have easy visual explainers on the various consensus algorithms used by blockchain companies and organisations. Check out our infographics on Proof of Work (PoW), Proof of Authority (PoA), Proof of Stake (PoS) Proof of Participation (PoP), Delegated Proof of Stake (DPoS), Proof of Reputation (PoR) and Proof of Capacity (PoC). These are the main ones, though there are many others out there.

Finally, if you’d like to explore some interesting subjects like ‘Forking’ or Facebook’s ‘Libra Project’, you can check out those visual representations. You can learn about the earliest — and most effective, at first — use case of blockchain, namely simplifying cross border payments, or look ahead to the top 2020 blockchain trends.