Today in the Zona Sur, sunny skies with scattered ocassional cloudbursts. Surf height 0.6-0.9m+ Waist to stomach high. Tide -0.1m. Low tide -0.3m at 09:26am. Wind 3kph SSW. Bigger spots to the north and south. In the headlines, Scientists From Costa Rica and the US Manage to Decipher Genome Details of the Arriera Ant. In the ecological updates, The United States Praises Protection of Marine Ecosystems in Costa Rica,Colombia, Ecuador and Panama. The United staes can learn from instead of giving praise to. For all the cooks out there, Half of the gas cylinders have less product and 14% have leaks, according to Aresep inspection, according to a recent investigation.
In cartel news from the Minister of Security: Costa Rica is a transit, a warehouse, the cocaine does not stay here.
In Crypto news, The Mptly fool gives us their top rated crypto for 2022. It is not even close. Ethereum 2.0 is the candidate that could leave bitcoin biting the dust. Recently the world has gotten the news that Apple is the first 3 trillion dollar security
Crypto has gone more mainstream, but its still an incredibly young industr
Ethereum and Apple have a lot of similarities, and that is great news for Ethereum.
Ethereum 2.0 could be incredible if all goes according to plan.
Layer 1 blockchains like Ethereum and Solana can coexist as the market matures.
Yesterday we had breaking news of a 3million dollar scam pulled on tinyman, an Algo based trading protocol.
Readers will notice that zonasur.online has built our own Algo trading protocol. The big difference is that ZS andthe Provenance market is maintained by a custodial protocol and only open to individuals who are well advised on everystep. Taqke a look into it, you will find a safeharbor that the flashier applications are not providing.
We will see how well A Byzantine fault (also Byzantine generals problem, interactive consistency, source congruency, error avalanche, Byzantine agreement problem, and Byzantine failure) works for a condition of a computer system, particularly distributed computing systems, where components may fail and there is imperfect information on whether a component has failed. The term takes its name from an allegory, the Byzantine generals problem, developed to describe a situation in which, in order to avoid catastrophic failure of the system, the systems actors must agree on a concerted strategy, but some of these actors are unreliable.
In a Byzantine fault, a component such as a server can inconsistently appear both failed and functioning to failure-detection systems, presenting different symptoms to different observers. It is difficult for the other components to declare it failed and shut it out of the network, because they need to first reach a consensus regarding which component has failed in the first place.