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What is Sub-governance?
These are specialized working groups, each of which is engaged in its own area of activity necessary for the development of the network. They each have their own rules and a reward fund. Any specialist can freely join a suitable group, find out in what activities to apply their skills and experience and get started. Full list of it you can find here
What is blockchain?
"Blockchain is a distributed database technology, which is a continuous chain of blocks containing both its own information and a link to the previous block of the chain. At the same time, the chain does not have a single server, the entire blockchain is stored on the computers of blockchain users and is completely duplicated. Each user sees the entire blockchain as a whole. Blockchain is based on asymmetric encryption: the addresses of the blockchain users are public keys and their derivatives. Transactions between blockchain addresses are signed with private keys. Blockchain blocks are collections of user transaction records and other additional information. Various technologies are used to form new blocks. 10 0 Source: https://freeton.house/en/blockchain/"
What is smart contract?
"Smart contract is a computer algorithm executed by a blockchain virtual machine. The smart contract monitors and ensures the fulfillment of obligations by the parties participating in the contract. Smart contracts are used in blockchains. The obligations of the parties (two or more) are entered into the contract code in the “if — then” format. When they are executed, the smart contract independently performs the transaction and guarantees compliance with the agreements. If it is necessary to obtain data from external sources (banking system, registers), oracles are used to fulfill the conditions specified in the smart contract code. Source: https://freeton.house/en/smart-contract/"
What is staking?
"Blockchain is a distributed database technology, which is a continuous chain of blocks containing both its own information and a link to the previous block of the chain. At the same time, the chain does not have a single server, th"Staking is the process of holding (storing) cryptocurrency to ensure operations in the blockchain. It is closely related to the Proof-of-Stake (PoS). In order for the validator to participate in the creation and verification of blocks, he must block a certain stake of coins — a stake. Thus, unscrupulous validators are excluded from the network: if they fail to fulfill their obligations, the validator loses the blocked amount. The validator receives a reward for the work performed. Source: https://freeton.house/en/staking/"e entire blockchain is stored on the computers of blockchain users and is completely duplicated. Each user sees the entire blockchain as a whole. Blockchain is based on asymmetric encryption: the addresses of the blockchain users are public keys and their derivatives. Transactions between blockchain addresses are signed with private keys. Blockchain blocks are collections of user transaction records and other additional information. Various technologies are used to form new blocks. 10 0 Source: https://freeton.house/en/blockchain/"
What is DePool?
"DePool is a smart contract that allows you to combine deposits from different network users to form blocks by validators. DePool is in demand if the node that wants to become a validator does not have enough of its own funds for the stake. With the help of this smart contract, users transfer (invest) their stakes to the common pool, for which they receive a reward depending on the amount deposited after each validation cycle. Source: https://freeton.house/en/depool/"
What is DeBot?
"Blockchain is a distributed database technology, which is a continuous chain of blocks containing both its own information and a link to the previous block of the chain. At the same time, the chain does not have a single server, th"Staking is the process of holding (storing) cryptocurrency to ensure operations in the blockchain. It is closely "DeBot (decentralized bot) is an intuitive user interface that allows you to work with targeted smart contracts of the Fee TON blockchain. DeBot allows the user to interact with the blockchain directly, without intermediary interfaces (e.g. a website), which provides greater security and scalability. Source: https://freeton.house/en/debot-2/"related to the Proof-of-Stake (PoS). In order for the validator to participate in the creation and verification of blocks, he must block a certain stake of coins — a stake. Thus, unscrupulous validators are excluded from the network: if they fail to fulfill their obligations, the validator loses the blocked amount. The validator receives a reward for the work performed. Source: https://freeton.house/en/staking/"e entire blockchain is stored on the computers of blockchain users and is completely duplicated. Each user sees the entire blockchain as a whole. Blockchain is based on asymmetric encryption: the addresses of the blockchain users are public keys and their derivatives. Transactions between blockchain addresses are signed with private keys. Blockchain blocks are collections of user transaction records and other additional information. Various technologies are used to form new blocks. 10 0 Source: https://freeton.house/en/blockchain/"