This network provides an ideal environment for fast, secure, and user-friendly cryptocurrency transactions (and, going forward, transaction-based smart contracts). Below we list some of the major points about the project and tell you about how you can experience the network for yourself.
The Raido Network strives to provide the tools needed for a next-generation blockchain network. The project has been going from strength to strength for two years, and is now entering a new and exciting phase of its journey.
Following the initial coin offering (ICO) in 2018 and the launch of a crypto exchange in March 2019, this year has seen the launch of the genesis block and the main functions of the core network.
The network uses Delegated Proof-of-Stake (DPoS), which is the most popular consensus model (it has been used successfully by Ethereum previously), and its accounting unit is RDO. Transactions are validated by master nodes, software that has exclusive rights and maintains the consensus throughout the network by using coins that project participants delegate to it. Meanwhile, coin holders receive a portion of the network commission.
The Raido Network aims to address the issues faced by modern blockchain architectures in six key areas:
Processing Speed – The block is created after at least one signed transaction is received, meaning transactions are confirmed rapidly
Participation in Management – Coin holders participate directly by voting on changes to network parameters and the implementation of improvements
Improvement Opportunities – The network offers a voting mechanism and opportunities for improvement, allowing it to evolve and adapt
Transaction Costs – Transaction costs are fixed, allowing for predictable business-processes implementation based on work with the network, including escrow functions
Scalability – Raido’s DPoS network principles prevent resource wastage when processing transactions, while still maintaining high system throughput
Applicability – The next stage of the network’s development is to create a platform for high-performance smart contracts that connect secure external data and decentralized applications with escrow functionality
The launch of the consensus algorithm will take place this autumn, followed by the escrow smart contracts next spring. The first version of the decentralized application platform due in spring 2023.
Support and development are overseen by the non-profit Raido Foundation.
More details about the network’s operations and links to the Block Explorer wallet can be found on the foundation’s site (link below).
If you would like to experience our network for yourself, please see the details of the network and useful links to the wallet and block explorer on the foundation’s website: https://raido.network