Zentacore will employ sharding to drastically improve on scalability and transaction speeds of the Ethereum
blockchain. The easiest way to understand how sharding functions is to draw parallels with horizontal
database partitioning. Imagine having a large database containing millions of records and trying to search
for ones by containing only a certain attribute. From a technical perspective, this is a task that takes a
significant amount of time to execute. However, if we were to partition the database into tables according
to its attributes, it would decrease the search time, as only a single table would be queried in that case.
The sharding solution is interconnected with the entire ZentaChain ecosystem and enables partitioning and
storing of the entire blockchain within nodes (shards) which are then responsible for validating solely the
transactions contained within them as opposed to each node having to process every single transaction on
What is Sharding?
The demand for scalability on the Ethereum becomes increasingly urgent. The Cryptokitties incident
demonstrated how quickly the Ethereum network can prevent it. ZentaChain will use Sharding to establish a high
TPS, future proof infrastructure. Understanding why ZentaChain uses Sharding: One of the major problems of
a blockchain is that an increase in the number of nodes reduces its scalability. This may be
counterintuitive because more nodes do not result in more power or speed, the opposite is true: One
of the reasons why a blockchain has its level of security is because every single node must process every
single transaction. This is like having your report checked by every single accountant in the company.
While this may ensure that your report is faultless, it will also take a long time before you get it
back and finally approved. Ethereum faces a similar problem. The nodes are your accountants and each
transaction is your report.
Zentameshnet has self-healing properties that contribute to the ability to achieve censorship
resistance. Self-healing means that if a node connection is blocked or disabled, The meshed network can patch and
reroute around the lost node. So that data is redirected and the network is still functional. Meshed networks
can be applied to both wired and wireless networks and the Zentalk will establish a meshed WLAN
(Wireless Local Access Network). This Zenta-MWLAN is achieved through the use of a node Meshed WiFi. This will
be required for offline communication.It means that the ZentaChain token holder has the ability to
establish and share a network uplink (online to offline) and establish communication with devices
with no internet access (offline to offline). This can be accomplished with by little to no direct
infrastructure. Running Zenta-nodes will be rewarded with Zenta tokens.
Delegated Proof of Stake also known as DPoS is a consensus algorithm maintaining irrefutable
agreement on the truth across the network, validating transactions and acting as a form of digital
democracy. Delegated proof of stake uses real-time voting combined with a social system of reputation to
achieve consensus. It can be seen to be the least centralized consensus protocol compared to all others as
it is the most inclusive. Every token holder can execute a degree of influence about what happens on the
network. In other words: holding Zenta tokens will reward you with voting power and extra tokens.
ZENTA TOKEN ECONMICS
TOKEN Name: ZENTA
TOKEN Symbol: ZENTA
Total Supply: 260.514.201 ZENTA
Token For Sale
Softcap Token Sale: $3.000.000
Hardcap Token Sale: $10.000.000
Tokens for Sale: 60% - 156.308.520
Mainnet: Own Blockchain DPOS
Token price calculated with this
ZENTA TOKEN ALLOCATION
Staking & Mining: %15
WHO WE ARE
Zentachain team is a collection of activists and blockchain enthusiasts aiming to become a small but valuable block in the foundation of what we hope will be a safer, fairer and altogether a better world of the future. Through our knowledge and the use of blockchain technology, and we will offer to the public a range of products that will ensure their privacy and security of their data in a time when these aspects of online engagement are severely lacking.