ACINQ, a French startup that develops bitcoin products, successfully tested a Bitfury Group’s remuneration routing resolution called Flare on a Lightning Network, according to an ACINQ press release. The exam bodes good for addressing a bitcoin scaling challenge.
Bitfury Group’s white paper in Jul 2016 described a specifications for an algorithm to coax additional educational progress. ACINQ used these specs to formula a remuneration routing algorithm and tested it with 2,500 AWS nodes. ACINQ found a Flare algorithm could locate a remuneration track in around 0.5 seconds with an 80% probability.
Bitfury Group: Test Proves Commitment
Valery Vavilov, Bitfury Group CEO, pronounced a success demonstrates his group’s joining to investigate and to ancillary a Lightning Network deployment. The team’s engineers and associate blockchain organizations are dedicated to Lightning’s success.
Flare’s test, with tiny modifications from ACINQ, demonstrates a resolution is successful over being theoretically