Proof of Unity and receipt.

indicated, contains several attributes, each of which is accompanied by the creator’s digital signature.

Every node receives transactions from users and transmits them to all nodes in the P2P group. This group will examine the transactions sent by each node and, if they are correct, will send a receipt with a score based on the following factors:

Transaction processing time

Transaction quality

Connection Quality

The time the node worked in the network

Transaction value

Number of blocked tokens

Hash Power


These receipts will only be sent if the transaction is completed correctly; if the transaction is not completed correctly, all nodes will send a receipt with a low score. When a node’s score reaches 0, the network will automatically kick the node out of the network and block the amount in stake.

We want the block creator “Node” to show that it has been providing the required datums to all of its authorized receivers with each new block. We can’t compel all nodes to broadcast all of their received receipts from the P2P group on the blockchain for efficiency reasons. Instead, we use a random sampling method that needs each “Node” to close the block in order to provide an unpredictable random subset of the entire number of receipts collected. This ad hoc technique will reduce the time it takes for the “Node” to confirm your request and will allow the nodes to do their tasks more quickly.

Demanding that block producers disclose any random collection of receipts they’ve gathered isn’t adequate. Before the required data was added to the blockchain, block writers must also show that receipts existed.

After a block is mined, the reward delivered to miners and stakeholders consists of the transaction fee and the new coins generated by the block. In PoU, the reward distribution is dynamic, and the percentage of reward granted to miners and stakeholders is determined by the percentage of coins previously mined out of the total available supply. The distribution begins with a hundred percent allocation to miners and gradually decreases to zero percent allocation to miners. This effectively means that PoU operates as PoW at first, as PoS once all coins have been mined, and as a combination in the middle. PoS cannot be employed right away because there aren’t enough coins to place adequate stakes. PoW proportion is reduced as time goes on, mostly because PoW demands an unsustainable amount of energy to perform securely.

PoU takes advantage of the best of both worlds by dynamically adjusting the reward distribution.

Prometeo is innovative because we are using a different ways for confirm the transactions, the our network is completely decentralised and trustless, but every node is demanded to check and certified if the nodes working with the network or against the network, but this check is made before to confirme the block for avoid possible attack or problem for the network.

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