It works according to the logic of relational databases by integrating the blockchain
Chromia is a platform with a technical solution oriented to the real world, thanks to the relational blockchain.
But what is the relational blockchain ? The relational blockchain is the combination of traditional blockchain and databases that create something that people can actually relate to thanks to a development environment and known functional logics.
The Rell language was created ad hoc to manage this programming logic and to make things easier and more accessible to anyone.
Chromia is a project that supports traditional large-scale applications and offers fast support, useful features, affordable service cost.
Based on the Postchain framework, Chromia has developed a specific proprietary programming language, called Rell, something very similar to SQL.
Programmers can access the blockchain state in the relational database, in the same way as accessing the database of a standard application. In this sense it is possible to use indexes, tables and links between tables, making Chromia a super powerful tool to model complex applications.
The consensus algorithm is PBFT with custom staking system.
You don’t pay any gas tax, because you follow a completely different economic model compared to current standards, designed to support traditional large-scale applications and offer users exactly what they want: fast support, useful features, with an affordable service cost.
In Chromia, nodes are managed by providers, every dapp on Chromia has an account on a host space and the token is used to pay providers for hosting and forge in the blockchain.
The CHR token will be released in the order of 1 billion and will have an initial price of $0.10.
— Chromia | Power to the Public (@Chromia) May 6, 2020
Operating entirely at the top of Chromia’s relational blockchain, here is an example of the development of a social platform, called chromunity, a completely decentralized social structure, in which users engage in their own way, through voting mechanisms and other interesting forms of functionality.
Link per WhitePaper [https://chromia.com/documents/Chromia-_-Platform-white-paper2019.pdf]
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