< SPAN class=" qL-font microsoftyahei QL-size-13 ql-author-58030660">Stacks
Stacks block chain
< SPAN class=" qL-size-13 qL-font microsoftyahei ql-author-58030660"> Tunable proofs allow chains to use a large number of inputs and assign weights to those inputs. In order to bootstrap their blockchain (to make sure they have enough hash power from the start), Stacks will rely on previously used burn proof models with native
< SPAN class=" qL-size-13 qL-font Microsoftyahei qL-author-58030660 "> Add efficiency to the Stacks block chain by Atlas Peer Network, which acts as an extended storage layer for the chain. Peers on the network attempt to store a full copy of the data, thereby reducing the load on the Stacks chain. While many blockchains attempt to store all data directly on the chain, the Stacks chain stores hash values only and relies on Atlas to store complete data.
Clarity Smart Contract
Gaia storage system
< SPAN class=" qL-size-13 qL-font Microsoft Tyahei ql-author-58030660"> is an additional feature to achieve scalability and user security. Gaia is Stacks' storage system, which does not require an application to store user data and instead gives users the option of storing data in private encryption, whether on a cloud provider or on-premise server. The Stacks blockchain, along with Atlas, stores Pointers that allow applications to access user data. Information is encrypted as it is stored and can only be accessed if the user provides approval through their encryption key.
< SPAN class=" qL-size-13 qL-font Microsoft ahei qL-author-58030660 "> Allow the application and retrieve data for the process with Stacks Authentication systems are largely invisible to users interacting with them. When a user logs in to an application using their Stacks ID, the user's client manages the authentication process directly from their device, without server-side validation such as password or 0Auth. Stacks ID is used to interact with any application on the platform.
Stacks and Stacks SDK
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