BHD

The new ecology of PoC mining

About BHD

Users can employ unused hard disk capacity to mine Bitcoins without the need for expensive mining rigs and other
specialized hardware.
Traditional mining hardware is energy intensive, noisy, produces a lot of heat, and is becoming increasingly specialized, moving beyond the means of ordinary people. With BHD, mining is simple and accessible.
POW-based mining is all about raw computing power and energy output, whereas BHD's POC-based mining is far more energy efficient and returns to Satoshi Nakamoto’s original ideal that mining would be decentralized and performed by ordinary people.
POC (Proof of Capacity) scans are only performed once every few minutes. For the rest of the time the hard disk is on stand-by with negligible power usage, greatly reducing energy costs.
Based on capacity proof, it will support super-large blocks in the future and will add functions such as
zero-knowledge proof.
Solid-state drives are expensive, POC has no requirement for fast data processing, only capacity, so POC naturally
eliminates ASIC chips.
Currently, the amount of energy expended globally in POW mining is greater than the total energy output of 159 countries. The development of digital currencies shouldn’t have to be built on the wasting of resources. With BHD, POW calculations can be completed with a minimum of computing and energy resources.

What is BHD?

BHD Feature

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Energy saving and environmental friendly PoC

Natural resistance to ASIC

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Proof based on PoC capacity

The mining threshold is lower

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Back to nakamoto

Decentralize everybody to mine

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Support superlarge bloc

Zero-Knowledge Proof

We hope to make mining green and energy efficient through unremitting efforts, and return to the era where everyone can dig!

Timeline

BHD Mining method

BHD Proof of Capacity (PoC)

BHD Technical parameters

BHD Block size: 8MB
BHD Block generation rate: 5 minutes
BHD Replay attack: 2-way protection
BHD Total supply: 21 million pieces
BHD Development team: 2.1 million pieces (10% pre-excavation)
BHD Promotion team: 1.05 million pieces (5%)
BHD Miners dig: 17.85 million (85% for miners)
BHD Initial block size:25BHD / Block
BHD Halving cycle: 4 years
BHD Initial TPS: 20 transactions per second

BHD Team

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Updated date: Octo,9 2018
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BHD Some questions about BHD

A1: The green, energy-saving and environmentally friendly mining structure is the basic vision of the BHD team, relying on the Plot data of Burst can be wasted without adding any hard disk/power resources Implement early capacity collection and allow enough time to develop new Plot formats and file storage schemes while ensuring network and transaction security. We are not a copy of Burst, open source code after all the speculation about plagiarism will be broken.
A2: BHD is an open source project. At present, we are still fine-tuning the code related to CPOC. It will be fully open after CPOC comes online and runs stably.
A3: Sure, the block output time of Burst is 4 minutes, and BHD is 5 minutes. The staggered block output time is to make the two currencies' double digging not affect each other.
A4: The main work of the BHD team at the moment is to debug the CPOC code and the underlying file storage code, using mature bitcoin wallets in the current capacity collection phase Code can reduce code maintenance and improve system security, and we would like to spend more time and energy on more meaningful code.
A5: IPFS is a great project, but at this stage the BHD team believes that file upload permissions should not be open to everyone. The BHD team follows the main one The application scenario is the storage of medical DNA big data, and the storage and transmission of big data in the industry such as cinema line movies. At least, all files will be stored within a short time after the file storage is put online All the uploaders must upload their identity information to the BHD blockchain. We believe that the control of file upload is a compromise choice under the existing regulatory policies.