Introduction to Peerplays
Consensus Mechanisms Compared
Peerplays Technical Summary
Intro to Peerplays Tokens
Intro to Peerplays Liquidity Pools
Staking (PowerUp) in Peerplays
Gamified User Namespaces and Subject Matter Expert Committees
Peer-to-Peer Autonomous Organizations: Flow Diagram
Delegated Proof of Stake (DPOS)
Gamified Proof of Stake (GPOS)
Sidechain Operator Nodes (SONs)
NFTs and Marketplace
What is a Peerplays Witness?
Becoming a Peerplays Witness
Obtaining private keys for cli_wallet
Witness Node Hardware Requirements
Witness Node Docker Install
Witness Node GitLab Artifact Install
Setting up a Witness Node
Updating a Witness Node
Setting up a Witness Node with Docker
Setting up the faucet
Bookie Oracle Suite (BOS)
Introduction to BOS
Manual Intervention Tool (MINT)
Introduction to Data Proxies
How Data Proxies Work
Data Proxy Set Up
Creating Your Own Data Proxy
Proxy Payment Considerations
Random Number Generator (RNG)
RNG Technical Summary
Peerplays Core API
Market Maker API
Connecting Elasticsearch to a blockchain node
GitLab Ticket Templates
Peerplays Disaster Recovery Plan
Sept 2021 Mainnet Outage - Postmortem Report
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