by Geeq
Sep 14, 2022

Atomic swaps and hash-locked accounts

Geeq has developed patent-pending technology for users to conduct trust-minimized and timely atomic transfers without smart contracts. There are overwhelming security reasons to use Geeq’s proprietary technology when the values transacted are large and/or important. These will be available on public mainnet for $Geeq, NFTs, and fungible tokens.

Atomic transfers conducted via smart contracts may be idiosyncratic, specialized, and highly dependent on the developer. Smart contracts typically call other smart contracts as part of their functionality,

 » Read more about: Atomic swaps and hash-locked accounts  »

by Geeq
Sep 13, 2022

Network and systems operations

The study of distributed systems in computer science predates the release of the Netscape browser (1994). It has a long track record for informing how pre-internet, centrally controlled networks should behave. These systems addressed different problems than the ones emerging now as connectivity scales, people become more dispersed, and trust in institutions wanes.

Satoshi Nakamoto’s bitcoin protocol (Proof of Work) proposed a novel and surprisingly robust consensus mechanism for a decentralized setting. However,

 » Read more about: Network and systems operations  »

by Geeq

$Geeq cross-chain interoperability

On Geeq’s public mainnet, $GEEQ is a utility token used to pay nodes for the validation and virtual machine services they provide to Geeq’s multi-chain ecosystem. $GEEQ is also used as a staking token for the good behaviour bonds that help ensure honest behaviour by the validation network. As a purely transactional cryptocurrency, $GEEQ is also suitable for use in micropayment and other payment applications.

Geeq’s multi-chain architecture avoids a major problem in many approaches to cross-chain interoperability.

 » Read more about: $Geeq cross-chain interoperability  »

by Geeq

Specifications for node clients

Node clients for Geeq Data are running and will be productized first.

Reconciling original specifications with added features is in process.

 » Read more about: Specifications for node clients  »