Fixing it with Pascal coin; part 3: Application flexibility.
Throw a little vibe this way, Jimmy! . Sure, the shill mode is still very much alive! If you missed the last part, then Catch up here. It’s amazing the amount of words we had to put to describe just one project, and our list is just getting started. Let’s get to it already!
For cryptocurrency enthusiasts running some core cryptocurrency processes using mid-end gadgets, getting their devices heated while running some processes is already a norm. Even high-end device users will have a similar story. It’s somehow needless mentioning low-end devices, running core cryptocurrency processes on low-end devices is not advisable, these processes are very complicated!
‘This application could crash your device!’, never mind, that was just a frank advice from a very good friend. From poorly scaling blockchains to over 10gigabyte size wallet synchronizations which would certainly take several hours (and day(s) as the case may be) to install. Most blockchains are known to be annoyingly memory intensive and unhealthy for low-end and mid-end devices.
Owners of this kind of devices are usually warned off venturing into the core technological aspects of blockchains and cryptocurrency. Very few cryptocurrencies can boast compatibility with mid-end devices, low-end devices are already out of the question unless you wish to get your devices crashed after some sluggish run of activities.
Running core blockchain applications takes some high computing power, a major turn off, especially for newbies and enthusiasts who are unable to purchase high-end devices. Full participation in the emerging technology is unfortunately a mere illusion for them. Personally, I’ve resorted to using mobile wallets for some cryptocurrencies instead of the more exciting desktop wallets.
Creating lightweight and memory-friendly application is hence desired and an ingredient for global adoption.
A feature lacking in most blockchain projects. You might get stuck searching for compatible applications for your devices’ capacity, but fact is, blockchain algorithms are normally data-intensive and always involves memory consuming data structures.
Developing light-weight applications for blockchains and keeping the memory from expanding horribly over time requires some clever work-arounds and this is something Pascal coin has done so well.
Pascal coins presents super-flexible applications capable of running on efficiently on low-end devices. It’s truly infinite scalable blockchain enabled by the delible blockchain algorithm ensures that it handles the increasing amount of high capacity data stored on the blockchain without growing uncontrollably in size. With the delible blockchain solution, synchronizing the Pascal blockchain is easier and faster than anyone could ever think.
The delible blockchain solution to the issue of scalability seems to be a masterpiece, but actually, this is JUST ONE of the numerous ways Pascal adds flexibility to its blockchain and achieves compatibility with low-end devices as well as devices with higher capabilities.
For mineable cryptocurrencies, especially proof-of-work blockchains, mining is one of the core activities on the blockchain, cryptocurrency enthusiasts desire to get involved in the mining process and play their part in maintaining the blockchain and earning a part of distribution via mining rewards, however, mining most cryptocurrency is also a job left for high-end devices and sophisticated mining set-ups.
But not to worry, get your low-end devices, I’ve got a huge surprise for you!
As a part of its upgrade to version 5, pascal blockchain developers introduced the RandomHash2, a very significant upgrade from the relatively memory-intensive RandomHash1, RandomHash2 not only presents a more efficient mining algorithm, it also features a more flexible protocol which requires a very small memory resources to function. RandomHash2 is memory-light in order to support low-end hardware. A CPU will only need 300KB of memory to verify a hash.
Unlike RandomHash, mining does not consume additional memory since the cached nonce are fully evaluated. Once again, the pascal blockchain emphasizes its goal of a flexible and efficient memory blockchain.
From light-weight infinite scalable blockchains to a memory-light mining algorithm which supports low-end devices, Pascal blockchain once again excels in this aspect with mobile and desktop applications which synchronizes instantly and consumes a relatively little memory on devices which they are installed, users a presented with one of the most portable blockchain applications.
Pascal coin’s mobile wallet; The BLAISE wallet, runs on mobile devices and allows users to perform most activities available on the pascal blockchain while occupying less than 50Mb of their memory space with the users’ data occupying only very little memory space. The classic desktop wallet also presents a relatively low memory wallets both wallets synchronize instantly while ensuring safety of assets and easily accessible features.
One for the future.
Pascal coin introduces the AbstractMem library, an amazing algorithm which shifts the burden of data storage away from device memory and employs alternative data storage means to allow development of memory consuming data structures in a much memory-light form. AbstractMem library uses a mix of “memory” and “disc” storage with a cache process so the developer does not need to know where data is, neither does he need to know how to store the data on disc or recover, because library is designated to use same load/save function calls for “on memory” that “on disc”.
The AbstractMem library when used for developments (on pascal blockchain) disperses data storage in such a way that only a small fraction of the data is stored on the actual device memory. With the AbstractMem library, Pascal’s SafeBox with a size of about 800mb can be accessed using a maximum of 200mb hard drive device.
The AbstractMem impressively passed the beta testing stage and will be released as part of the proposed upgrade to the existing V5.3.