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30 replies
  1. Jesse Billson
    Jesse Billson says:

    This was brilliant! While I kinda had the right idea of how it operated, this did such a good job of filling in the blanks for me. It was engaging, informative, and made me want to learn even more!!

  2. DocBobD
    DocBobD says:

    How does it protect the individual machine from malicious code such as deleting local files. Does it use some type of containerization or sandboxing?

    I get infinite loops are countered by gas but how is access control handled

  3. user73
    user73 says:

    How much data is stored on the blockchain? If each node needs to store a complete copy, wouldn't it require a huge amount of storage (or maybe it's not huge right now but will be in the future)? Does that mean that specialist setups are/will be required to run a node?


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