Hedera Hashgraph is a public distributed ledger network that can support the next generation of internet applications. It is differentiated from other DLT platforms on its scalability, security, and stability. It provides a core set of services, including cryptocurrency transfer, smart contract execution, and file service. HBAR is the protocol coin used to transfer value and consume services on the Hedera network.
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- Who can run a Hedera mirror node?
- What is a Hedera Improvement Proposal (HIP)?
- Where can I find the status of Hedera's mainnet and testnet?
- When was the genesis of the Hedera DLT, and what historical records are kept?
- Approximately how much would it cost to store all txs history without a mirror network? Is it realistically affordable for a startup?
- When will the codebase be available to review by the public?
- Why would I want to proxy stake my hbars to a node?
- What is Open Access?
- Do nodes need to know the total number of nodes running the network at any one time?
- What is the difference between accounts and wallets?