By: Geeq on Sep 14, 2022
Private blockchain users may not wish to allow public or anonymous nodes in their chain’s validation network. Permissions were added to drop nodes from a network.
Geeq’s no-consensus protocol still holds each individual node accountable for following its strict validation criteria. In other words, Geeq’s private blockchain users are still protected, by protocol, from malicious individual nodes or from collusion of a group of nodes even if they do not delete such nodes.
The permissions exist primarily for privacy, changes in enterprise collaboration, or to make other changes in the active network list.