Horizen is a massively scalable general-purpose blockchain system.
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- How to stake Horizen (ZEN)?
- What are Secure Nodes?
- What are Super Nodes?
- What is Horizen (ZEN)?
- How was Horizen launched?
For staking Horizen you can decide to run one or multiple Secure or Super Nodes on the Horizen Network.
The secure node system relays data via connecting nodes and deliver it by the core protocol.
They enforce strict privacy requirements and encrypt network data.
The core protocol also delivers secure messages using the ZenChat service.
While Miners create new block and validate transactions, Super Nodes maintain the logic migration from off-server clusters to sidechains,
which have better computation and storage.
Super Nodes will support multiple applications like ZenGrid, ZenXchange and others.
Horizen is an inclusive ecosystem where everyone is empowered and rewarded for their contributions. Horizen’s massively scalable platform enables businesses and developers to quickly and affordably create their own public or private blockchains utilizing the largest node network in the industry. Horizen’s Sidechain SDK provides all necessary components for easy and fast deployment of a fully customizable blockchain.
Horizen’s native cryptocurrency, ZEN, is a mineable PoW coin currently trading on exchanges including Bittrex, Binance, and Changelly. ZEN is integrated on major wallets including Horizen’s flagship app, Sphere by Horizen, a multifunctional wallet that serves as an interface with most Horizen products and services.
Launched on the 30th May 2017, Horizen (formerly Zencash) is a chainsplit of Zclassic.
All holders of Zclassic coins before block 110,000 were awarded ZenCash coins through an airdrop in a 1:1 ratio.