SPV

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SPV

abbr.
special purpose vehicle
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The Chainpoint protocol allows document proofs to be aggregated using a hash structure known as a Merkle tree. A Merkle tree consists of a hierarchical tree of hashes.
In addition, we propose a smart home environment that provides secure and efficient KSI-based authentication and communication by reducing tree creation and storage space by using Extended Merkle Tree [7].
The top root value of a hash tree, called the Merkle Tree, is irreversible depending on the nature of the hash, and the whole is changed even if 1 bit is different.
Aiming at reducing high computational and storage overhead, we use position-aware Merkle tree (PMT) [40] to ensure data integrity.
EON blockchain was "scaled down" due to the Merkle tree implementation;
We employ Merkle tree as a means to quickly identify and communicate the presence of such chunk clusters.
Like most hash trees, the Merkle tree is a binary tree, so each internal node [N.sup.ij] is the hash value of the concatenation of its two children: [N.sup.ij] = h([N.sup.i-1,0]| [N.sup.i-1,1]).
In cryptography, Merkle tree considers a binary tree which consists of many nodes; each non-leaf node is imprinted with the hash of the names of its child nodes.
Finally, the Merkle tree is built logically for protecting data integrity.
Merkle Tree We use a Merkle Tree to maintain all the stored data file.
Theory to be presented will cover: Basic Technical Blockchain Concepts (private keys and addresses, hashing, merkle trees, transactions, UTXO/state, mining and forks, Consensus Mechanisms (PoW, PoS, dPoS, BFT, PBFT) and Smart Contracts and their uses for business.