by Geeq
Mar 25, 2021

How Should I Get Started?

Welcome to Geeq’s Testing Framework v0.1.

This version constructs a test blockchain to process the transactions you generate as a user.

Firstly you will need to start the simulator. You will see it working and you will see NTB, HTB and blocks being created in the Event Log.

Once the simulator has begun, check the User Account number under Jane’s name. In this run, the account number ends with 503994.

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by Geeq
Mar 23, 2021

What is an Active Node List (ANL)?

Every Blockchain Application on Geeq Has Its Own Network

Every instance of a GeeqChain on Geeq’s multi-chain platform is validated by its own permissionless network of nodes.

How to Join an Active Node List

To join an Active Node List (ANL), a node must send a join transaction and post a Good Behavior Bond (GBB) to the chain’s system account. As long as the node does provably honest work,

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by Geeq
Feb 27, 2021

Current Ledger State (CLS)

Each active node in a blockchain network is responsible for obtaining the data to show an up-to-date list of all the accounts and their current states.

by Geeq
Feb 16, 2021

Genesis Block (GB)

Every blockchain must start somewhere; at Geeq they start with Block 0.

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Hub Transaction Bundle (HTB)

A bundle signed by the hub and sent to each validating node, that contains all the candidate transactions under consideration for a given block.

by Geeq
Feb 14, 2021


Computers or virtual machines attached to a network in order to communicate with users and other nodes to construct, store, and serve the data in the blockchain.