ORIGIN|The birth of UltronGlow

UltronGlow is a 3.5 blockchain+ network, created from the ground up using research, peer-review, and a rigorous formal development model with web 3.0. The concept of UltronGlow was first proposed in 2019 by Base’s programmers inspired by Ethereum, and it is positioned as a "blockchain platform for distributed edge computing and fragmented storage applications“. In the latest version of the "UltronGlow White Paper" released by Base in 2021, the goal of building a distributed edge computing and fragmentation storage that can truly integrate the virtual world and real-world business is indicated, and at the same time, UltronGlow's development fund crowdfunding has been opened. During the crowdfunding period, it attracted a series of followers and supporters to join. UltronGlow's consensus mechanism is called GLOW. GLOW currently has assembled 4 major consensus mechanisms PoS (Proof-of-Stakes), PoSR (Proof-of-Storage Resource), PoSV (Proof-of-Spacetime Verification) and PoTS (Proof-of Traded Storage) to maintain the smooth operation of the entire UltronGlow in the 1.0 phrase. UltronGlow is different from other public blockchains, because it has a large number of edge server node devices, storage resources and edge computing capabilities around the world to support the entire UltronGlow blockchain network. Because of these infrastructures, anyone who wants to deploy apps, DApps, games, and other programs can use UltronGlow's blockchain network and infrastructure for services. Initially, the UltronGlow program was developed by Base team, and then transferred to a non-profit organization "Ada Byron Foundation", and the Ada Byron Foundation will supervise and grow the ecosystem development of UltronGlow. At the beginning of the platform's development, some people recognized the UltronGlow's technological innovation, but others questioned its security and scalability. The development project is divided into four stages: Origin, Ultraspace, Meta, Edge.

UltronGlow's public blockchain was launched on November 30, 2021. The very first version is called "Origin", which uses the Proof-of-Stake consensus mechanism. "Origin" can only be accounted for at the beginning. The main function is to initiate the pledge node, allowing users more time to join UltronGlow, and at the same time let users join the campaign for the "Ultron Node". Any pledge node can participate in the parliament. The system will hold an election in the parliament every 7 days. The 500 pledge nodes with the most assets will be selected as candidate nodes, and the "Ultron nodes" will be elected from the 500 pledge nodes. The transactions and the use of smart contracts begin after 1 month.

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