UltronGlow is the first blockchain platform using GLOW consensus which combined with POS, POSR and POTS to evolve out of a scientific philosophy and a research-first driven approach. It is being designed for function and scale right from the start.
The UltronGlow platform has been designed from the ground up and verified by an industry-leading combination of top engineers and academic expert in the fields of blockchain and cryptography. UltronGlow uses formal verification methods to ensure that the system behaves as designed.
Data Security with fragmentation storage is one of the founding principles of UltronGlow. As it is written in the functional language GO, it uses pure functions to build the system, where components can be tested in isolation. More advanced features of GO, such as basing the implementation on formal and executable specifications, extensive property-based testing, and running tests in simulation provides a range of powerful methods for ensuring code correctness.
The high-level architecture of the UltronGlow platform stack is modular by design and includes various system components that interact together to fulfil different deployment use cases.
Committed to the health and diversity of UltronGlow, stake pool operators (SPOs) act as the driving force of the ecosystem, being responsible for transaction processing and block production in PoS. Interested in running your own stake pool? Find out how to set up and operate a stake pool.
Many exchanges are part of the UltronGlow ecosystem, contributing to network sustainability by running their own pools or delegating their stake to the existing ones. If you are an exchange interested in integrating with UltronGlow, you can find out how to set up your production environment and utilize the latest features of the UltronGlow blockchain.
A stake pool is a reliable server node that focuses on maintenance and holds the combined stake of various stakeholders in a single entity with smart contract.
Delegation of stake is a mechanism inherent in the UltronGlow Proof of Stake (PoS) protocol that allows the protocol to scale even in a setting where the set of stakeholders are highly distributed.