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韩国一家创业公司声称已经解决了区块链的速度问题

2019-12-4 16:37

总部位于韩国的Bloom Technology公司宣布,他们已经开发出一种能够加速区块链交易的新技术。


12月3日,联合国际新闻社(United Press International)报道称,Bloom Technology首席执行官李相允(Lee Sang-yoon)表示,该公司的Lotus Chain技术已经能够将区块链交易处理时间缩短至不到一秒。

一个单独的区块链事务需要不到0.23秒的时间


据报道,该公司对635个参与节点进行了公开测试,以揭示Lotus Chain技术的交易速度。结果显示,一个区块链事务需要0.13-0.23秒。韩国区块链协会副主席Moon Young-bae评论道:


“轨迹链仍在开发中,以成为一个完整的版本。但我相信这项技术在商业上是可行的。我认为这是一笔真正的交易。”


Lee进一步暗示了更快的区块链交易的重要性,他指出,目前的交易通常需要“10分钟以上的加密货币,甚至一个小时以上的比特币”。

为韩国提供加密的法律基础


去年11月,韩国国会国家政策委员会(National policy committee)通过了一项法案,旨在为该国的加密提供法律基础,并为韩国的加密市场带来监管透明度和透明度。该法案仍需得到司法委员会的批准,但如果获得批准,该法案将于2020年生效。


这并不是韩国当局第一次尝试为加密市场提供更清晰的监管。2018年初,韩国监管机构禁止在加密交易所进行匿名交易,以配合该国的反洗钱和身份识别工作。

 

The South Korean-based firm Bloom Technology announced that they have created a new technology that is able to speed up transactions on the blockchain.

On Dec. 3, United Press International reported that Bloom Technology’s CEO, Lee Sang-yoon, said that the company's Lotus Chain technology has been able to reduce blockchain transaction processing times to fractions of a second. 

One single blockchain transaction takes less than 0.23 seconds

The company reportedly conducted a public test with 635 participating nodes to reveal the transaction speed of the Lotus Chain technology. The results showed that a single blockchain transaction took between 0.13-0.23 seconds. Korea Blockchain Association Vice Chairman Moon Young-bae commented on the tests:

"Locus Chain is still under development to become a complete version. But I believe that the technology is already commercially viable [...] I think it is a real deal."

Lee further hinted at the importance of faster blockchain transactions by pointing out that transactions at present often take “more than 10 minutes for cryptocurrencies and even longer than an hour for Bitcoin.” 

South Korea to provide a legal basis for crypto

In November, South Korea’s National Assembly national policy committee passed a bill designed to provide a legal basis for crypto in the country and bring regulatory clarity and transparency to crypto markets in South Korea. The bill still needs to be approved by the judiciary committee, but, if approved, the law would come into force in 2020.

This is not the first attempt by South Korean authorities to provide more regulatory clarity to crypto markets. In early 2018, South Korean regulators banned anonymous trading on crypto exchanges in line with anti-money laundering and identification efforts in the country.

原作者: Joeri Cant 来自: cointelegraph