Design Principles

The WorldLand platform is designed with simplicity, decentralization, and security as its core principles. It aims to address the issues of re-centralization and scalability without compromising on decentralization or security. This means that the platform avoids reducing the number of participating nodes or adopting algorithms that require excessive inter-node communication.

Features of the WorldLand Platform:

  • Green VCA (formerly ECCPoW) based entities are organized into multiple layers.

  • It enables the implementation of various functions and roles by connecting blockchains with different purposes.

  • However, the platform cannot be supported as a single-chain solution and requires ecosystem evolution through natural consumer selection.

Key Performance Indicators

The Green VCA Matrix is evaluated based on the following key performance metrics:

M1. PQ Secure Encryption and Consensus

M2. Energy Consumption Efficiency (ECE)

M3. Byzantine Fault Tolerance (1/2)

M4. Unchangeable Currency Issuance Schedule

M5. Block Creation Time (average 10 seconds)

M6. Block Size (1 Mbyte)

Green VCA Matrix

The Green VCA Matrix aims to address Post Quantum (PQ) security and environmental concerns while maintaining security, decentralization, and time-energy assets. It utilizes new technological advancements to achieve these goals. The matrix consists of two main components: the Verifiable Coin Toss Function (VCT) for self-election and a new Proof-of-Computation (PC) primitive. Existing PoolResistantComp algorithms can support this process. The PC part incorporates the Error Correcting Code Proof-of-Work (ECCPoW) algorithm, which is a newly published anti-ASIC technology. Additionally, the platform enhances the components of the virtual machine, particularly by replacing elliptic curve cryptography with PQ-safe cryptography.

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