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Block Collider – An Approach to a Multi-Chain Platform like No Other


Blockchain technology-based platforms and distributed networks present many innovative mechanisms that are both new and important. They have the potential to revolutionize the way all industries function. We’re seeing many applications of blockchain technology across different industries as we speak. The problem is that these platforms function within their respective walled gardens. The aspect of interoperability and platforms communicating with one another is the next logical step, which needs to be taken. That is the only way blockchain will see mass adoption throughout the world.
This is where Block Collider enters the scene. It’s a decentralized platform which operates across multiple chains. It is taking a new approach to the interoperability of blockchain networks by creating a bridge. It only makes sense that the bridging mechanism will be facilitated by its own blockchain. It will link together other blockchain-based systems to create a wholesome decentralized mechanism. This new prospect offers several advantages, which makes this approach a novel one.
What is Block Collider?
The premise for creating Block Collider is to create a true and decentralized landscape for the interaction of different blockchains. It will allow their interaction without the problem of security, stability or scalability in real-time. This is a model which will eliminate all the central points of failures we see in the landscape right now. Validators or oracles will be no longer needed. Block Collider’s philosophical and conceptual approach makes it stand out. The underlying blockchain technology cements its credibility to actually achieve the purpose. For a better understanding of their concept, the white paper talks about the Unix design philosophy.
The whole philosophy basically talks about different programs performing particular functions well. The model then connects different modules and allows seamless cooperation between them.
The most defining feature of the Internet is the fact that it allows people all over the world to connect with each other. People are able to share and exchange information without a problem. When it comes to the cryptocurrency world, the need for a model which provides a solution that is true to the spirit of the Internet cannot be stressed enough.
Block Collider basically works by capturing the immediate state of the bridged chains onto its own. Every block on the native chain will be the leading block of the bridged chain. This allows Block Collider to unify different chains. It can reference any of the valid blocks recently verified on the bridged chain. This makes Block Collider the fastest member on the whole chain. Every time a new block is mined on the bridged chain, it also gets added to the Collider blocks.
The Collider platform is then able to perform multi-chain and inter-block trading. For instance, take the example of Bitcoin. Collider users can conduct transactions with Bitcoin between the Bitcoin blockchain times. It does so by setting up its transactions on blockchains faster than Bitcoins like the Ethereum blockchain.
The result is that a Bitcoin can get exchanged between corresponding parties in the same time it takes a transaction to happen on the Ethereum network. It has come down from being a 10-minute long process to around 30 seconds which is just a fraction of the original time. This is just one of the things that Block Collider can accomplish on the network and between any bridged chains on the network.
The Massive Potential
There is a lot of potential on this new platform. Block Collider doesn’t market their platform, even though their ICO project was a huge success. Nonetheless, they are making headways into creating a whole new platform for interconnectivity and interoperability.
Security, scalability and stability are all major concerns in the cryptoverse. A platform of the likes of Block Collider can possibly provide the multi-chain solution which is direly needed in the industry.