016 – The rate of data and information transfer in this new era is instantaneous and unparalleled. However, the amount of possible social interconnections depends on Internet access and the availability of Internet devices. On the other hand, advanced Internet connectivity is the user’s trust. But the desire to build a thriving network by trusting and verifying those with whom we communicate has meant that since the early 2000s, the technology industry has focused on the complexity of data validation.
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However, towards the end of 2008, the idea of Bitcoin was born to build and develop a decentralized, trustless network. Trustless in the sense that the framework of the system itself provides a high level of trust to its users. The growth of blockchain technology saw an influx of government institutions into the sector, as many Fortune 500 companies integrated blockchain departments to assist in the overall management of their system. But, the high rate of transactions and operations being processed daily generated the problem of scalability in the blockchain, which prompted the creation of solutions to combat the problem at a low cost. One of the solutions designed was Cellframe (CELL), a platform for producing blockchain services in which the scalability issue was addressed with a unique approach called sharding, but claimed to be very different from normal modes.
Cellframe was founded by Dmitry Gerasimov and Sergey Sevantsyan, both with extensive experience in blockchain technology development and traditional ICT.
This platform (CELL) is a quantum-proof layer 1 protocol that aims to facilitate secure and scalable inter-chain transactions. Cellframe focuses on creating an infrastructure for low-level trustless products and services through its multi-chain model. It is quantum-resistant, meaning that its encryption model is post-quantum by default. The core framework of Cellframe’s development is based on C programming, which resulted in more effective utilization of memory space and the Central Processing Unit (CPU). Cellframe Network communications are based on two key points, which include 2-level sharding and peer-to-peer shard communications.
The first level is considered the base of the core network that hosts the private fragment. The Core network presents its chains running on its consensus and utility token (CELL). The characteristic ledger in the network is the same for other major blockchains such as Ethereum, BNB, Polkadot, etc.
This works through atomic exchanges that connect a set of logical tokens, also called abstraction layer, which are logical tokens in different sub-chains. The Cellframe wallet can register different addresses on various blockchains, and with this wallet, the ease of direct transaction on any network is assured. The Cellframe core network has service nodes that communicate with each other and perform the task of exchanging your transaction on the back-end. For example, you can exchange or transfer coins from Polygon to Avalanche or Ethereum with ease as long as the networks are compatible.
The second level has secondary fragments and Cellchains that can be compared to Polkadots Parachains. However, Cellchains cannot handle inter-chain transfers on its own, as it requires routing through other Cellchains or connection to atomic exchanges obtained from Zerochain, the regular non-fragment subchain for the Core network. This implies that inter-chain transfers between Cellchains must first be accepted at Zerochain, after which it will communicate back to Cellchain.
Cellframe can unlock a particular capability of smart contracts that is not yet possible, which is direct interaction with an OS resource. This has made it possible for Cellframe services to leverage the disk space, computing power and digital channel of operating systems (OS) to perform the necessary business logic.
It is currently worth $0.329903 U.S. DOLLAR. And has moved 1.79% in the last 24 hours with $139,708 trading volume. Cellframe is currently ranked 839 among all cryptocurrencies with a market cap of $9,423,673 US DOLLAR.