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Whitepapers

A Design for an Efficient Coordinated Financial Computing Platform

Sys Network Lead Developer, Jag Sidhu, takes a deep dive into Sys Network's future plans.

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Syscoin 4.0 White Paper

The fourth iteration of Syscoin presents a rollup-centric smart contract platform that combines Bitcoin's security and Ethereum's flexibility through NEVM (Network-Enhanced Virtual Machine), using protocol adaptation, while maintaining separation of concerns. Any smart contract on Ethereum is 100% compatible with NEVM. Syscoin 4 enables developers to leverage both primary evolutionary paradigms of blockchain tech on a single scalable platform. It also provides the technology needed for regulated assets to leverage a decentralized public blockchain in a compliant way without involving custodians. This verson includes additional security and functionality enhancements, including quorum-based chainlocks for finality on Proof-of-Work and resistance to 51% and MEV attacks for safer DeFi.

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Z-DAG White Paper

Z-DAG, or Zero Confirmation Directed Acyclic Graph, was designed by our core developer and CTO of Blockchain Foundry Inc., Jag Sidhu, as a scalability solution for assets and tokens on the Sys Network. We are proud to provide the Z-DAG White Paper, which details the technology behind this groundbreaking innovation.

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Whiteblock Z-DAG Analysis

After receiving feedback from our enterprise partners, Sys Network Lead Developer Jag Sidhu commissioned Whiteblock to measure the Z-DAG transactions-per-second ("TPS") rate. Z-DAG is the technology that powers asset transfers on the Sys Network blockchain. Read about the testing methodology and see the results here.

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House of Chimera Research Paper

A third-party deep dive into the future of Syscoin, looking into benchmarks, market opportunity, and both its current and upcoming developments.

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