Verifiable timestamps and ordering of events
Hedera Boost, the first iteration of our new startup program, is now open to the world. If you’re in the process of planning, building, or launching an application that uses Hedera, it’s made for you.
Latency is the time from when a transaction is first sent out from one node, until a node has received it and calculated its consensus order and consensus timestamp, averaged over all nodes and all transactions. On the Hedera mainnet we are currently seeing a latency of approximately 2.5 seconds for transactions. This post will break down that 2.5 seconds.
Once a crypto account is created, hbars can be moved out of the account (causing the balance to drop) only if the transactions directing such movements are cryptographically signed by the private key(s) associated with the public keys.
AdsDax is an end-to-end advertising platform that leverages the power of Hedera Hashgraph to tackle some of the fundamental problems of the advertising industry.
Hashing Systems is a development studio focused on helping the Hedera ecosystem. We're excited to share more details about our newest release – Composer.
Hedera charges fees based on the burden a particular smart contract transaction or query places on the nodes of the network. Although the concept originated from Ethereum, there are subtle yet key differences on Hedera.
A week ago, Hedera opened access to the beta version of our mainnet. The mainnet has been performing as we expected, with the following usage statistics to date...
The guiding principle of the fee model is that transactions and queries will have a fee that both reflects the amount of bandwidth, processing, and storage resources they consume, as well as the duration of that consumption.
We are pleased to announce that we have launched a fiat-backed stablecoin, CarbonUSD, on the Hedera Hashgraph next-generation public distributed ledger.