BUMO-Decentralized Application Ecosystem
The BuChain Architecture
BUMO is a new generation of public chain for business. It builds an internet infrastructure that can move value around through core technologies like BU Firework, BU Orbits, BU Canal and BU CodeMach.
Technical Characteristics
BU Firework: An Improved Two-layer Consensus Protocol
Improved DPoS+BFT model
Dynamic continuous voting
Subset mapping for Subchain
Two-layer consensus to support Multi-child chains
Two-layer Polymorphic Architecture for Multi-child Blockchain
Diversified Subchains are included
A whole ledger with hashing and indexing
Easy to create a Subchain
Separated Ledger Storage for Child Chains
Subchains have different paramenters
Value transfer freely among all the Blockchains
Inter-Chain for Routing Value across Blockchains
Bridge the separated MainChains
Both of homogeneous and heterogeneous Blockchains can be supported
Value transfer freely across Blockchains
Joint-Consensus is needed on Inter-Chain
Just like a “Router” on traditional Internet
Developer-friendly Smart Contract on Blockchain
Popular programing language with JavaScript, C/C++ and Python, etc.
Trustworthy data feed
Smart contracts can be executed in an isolated environment.
Tokenlization Protocol
With two token protocols ATP and CTP, users can use the blockchain, fast and easy.
Account-based Tokenlization Protocol
The BUMO blockchain natively comes with Token publishing and transaction functions. Users can issue tokens quickly and efficiently, even if they do not create smart contracts, by calling the relevant operation interface of the BUMO blockchain.
Contract-based Tokenlization Protocol
For more complex applications, a contract-based Token issuing feature can be used. BUMO defines the standard of contract tokens to meet the compatibility of different applications such as wallet terminals and transaction markets.
Multi-asset atomic operation
The atomic trading structure adapts to diversified application scenarios.
Extensible account structure
Supports the multi-asset account structure and state-indexed block structure.
Multi-signature joint account
The account is controlled by multiple users to achieve precise operations.
Differentiated data storage
Data can be divided into on-chain data and off-chain data by differential classification processing.
Pluggable storage mechanism
The storage adapter provides users with easy-to-use service interfaces.
BUMO-Decentralized Application Ecosystem