For each block of transactions, Algorand randomly selects a small, one-time group of users in a safe and fair way. To protect them from attackers, the identities of these users are hidden until the block is confirmed. The size of this group remains constant as the network grows.
"@Algorand impresses immensely & displays less glitches than even software from global vendors. In terms of product maturity, for a TestNet, it is w/out any doubt the best we've seen in the #blockchain space so far."
Read the InCodeWeTrust team's review: https://t.co/5qZoo35JTB
Are you attending @DutchBlockWeek? We are having our first Meetup in #Amsterdam on Sunday, June 2nd! Algorand invites businesses, developers and #blockchain enthusiasts to join us for a night of networking & discussion. Save your spot here: https://t.co/j7EIoWDMvZ
@muneeb @KyleSamani @sytaylor We totally agree - simplicity of developer tools and infrastructure will be one of the biggest factors in mainstream adoption of decentralized systems. Blockchain devs represent <5% of ~20M devs globally today. User and developer experiences are key to moving the needle.