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A record in a source chain recorded by the agent who controls that chain. Public entries are broadcast to the DHT. (see DHT).
A unique instance of a Genome (see Genotype).
Identified as not conforming to app-defined validation rules.
A full holochain peer is a machine running both authoring new entries to its local source chain and participating as a DHT Node for synchronizing shared data. (see DHT and Source Chain).
In Holochain: two hApps with identical genotypes (same code/DNA) but used by different groups to be expressed in different ways. The different expression separates the network, participants and data. (See phenotype and expression)
A globally shared, immutable and chronological record of all transactions in a particular system.
Communications between nodes in the DHT to collaboratively organise what data each node should be holding, and managing.
A mathematical algorithm that compactly maps data in a one-way function that is infeasible to invert. The workhorse of modern cryptography. (see Cryptographic Proof).
The successive use of cryptographic hash functions to a piece of data that allows many single-use keys to be created from a single key.