Proof of Burn Consensus Through Coin Destruction

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Bitstar is a fast transaction currency with low transaction fees. We are dedicated to helping the mentelity foundation. Bitstar is a core coin of the superNET network. We are here for the long run. The coin had a six week Proof of Work (PoW) phase, and has transitioned to full Proof of Stake (PoS).
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Proof-of-burn-bitcoin-days instead of proof of work?

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Continuous Proof of Bitcoin Burn: trust minimized sidechains and bitcoin-pegs w/o oracles/federations today

Original design presented for discussion and criticism
originally posted here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5212814.0
TLDR: Proposing the following that's possible today to use for any existing or new altcoins:
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Disclaimer:

This is not an altcoin thread. I'm not making anything. The design discussed options for existing altcoins and new ways to built on top of Bitcoin inheriting some of its security guarantees. 2 parts: First, the design allows any altcoins to switch to securing themselves via Bitcoin instead of their own PoW or PoS with significant benefits to both altcoins and Bitcoin (and environment lol). Second, I explain how to create Bitcoin-pegged assets to turn altcoins into a Bitcoin sidechain equivalent. Let me know if this is of interest or if it exists, feel free to use or do anything with this, hopefully I can help.

Issue:

Solution to first few points:

PoW altcoin switching to CPoBB would trade:

PoS altcoin switching to CPoBB would trade:

We already have a permissionless, compact, public, high-cost-backed finality base layer to build on top - Bitcoin! It will handle sorting, data availability, finality, and has something of value to use instead of capital or energy that's outside the sidechain - the Bitcoin coins. The sunk costs of PoW can be simulated by burning Bitcoin, similar to concept known as Proof of Burn where Bitcoin are sent to unspendable address. Unlike ICO's, no contributors can take out the Bitcoins and get rewards for free. Unlike PoS, entry into supply lies outside the alt-chain and thus doesn't depend on permission of alt-chain stake-coin holders. It's hard to find a more bandwidth or state size protective blockchain to use other than Bitcoin as well so altcoins can be Bitcoin-aware at little marginal difficulty - 10 years of history fully validates in under a day.

What are typical issues with Proof of Burn?

Solution:

This should be required for any design for it to stay permissionless. Optional is constant fixed emission rate for altcoins not trying to be money if goal is to maximize accessibility. Since it's not depending on brand new PoW for security, they don't have to depend on massive early rewards giving disproportionate fraction of supply at earliest stage either. If 10 coins are created every block, after n blocks, at rate of 10 coins per block, % emission per block is = (100/n)%, an always decreasing number. Sidechain coin doesn't need to be scarce money, and could maximize distribution of control by encouraging further distribution. If no burners exist in a block, altcoin block reward is simply added to next block reward making emission predictable.
Sidechain block content should be committed in burn transaction via a root of the merkle tree of its transactions. Sidechain state will depend on Bitcoin for finality and block time between commitment broadcasts. However, the throughput can be of any size per block, unlimited number of such sidechains can exist with their own rules and validation costs are handled only by nodes that choose to be aware of a specific sidechain by running its consensus compatible software.
Important design decision is how can protocol determine the "true" side-block and how to distribute incentives. Simplest solution is to always :
  1. Agree on the valid sidechain block matching the merkle root commitment for the largest amount of Bitcoin burnt, earliest inclusion in the bitcoin block as the tie breaker
  2. Distribute block reward during the next side-block proportional to current amounts burnt
  3. Bitcoin fee market serves as deterrent for spam submissions of blocks to validate
e.g.
sidechain block reward is set always at 10 altcoins per block Bitcoin block contains the following content embedded and part of its transactions: tx11: burns 0.01 BTC & OP_RETURN tx56: burns 0.05 BTC & OP_RETURN ... <...root of valid sidechain block version 1> ... tx78: burns 1 BTC & OP_RETURN ... <...root of valid sidechain block version 2> ... tx124: burns 0.2 BTC & OP_RETURN ... <...root of INVALID sidechain block version 3> ...
Validity is deterministic by rules in client side node software (e.g. signature validation) so all nodes can independently see version 3 is invalid and thus burner of tx124 gets no reward allocated. The largest valid burn is from tx78 so version 2 is used for the blockchain in sidechain. The total valid burn is 1.06 BTC, so 10 altcoins to be distributed in the next block are 0.094, 0.472, 9.434 to owners of first 3 transactions, respectively.
Censorship attack would require continuous costs in Bitcoin on the attacker and can be waited out. Censorship would also be limited to on-sidechain specific transactions as emission distribution to others CPoB contributors wouldn't be affected as blocks without matching coin distributions on sidechain wouldn't be valid. Additionally, sidechains can allow a limited number of sidechain transactions to happen via embedding transaction data inside Bitcoin transactions (e.g. OP_RETURN) as a way to use Bitcoin for data availability layer in case sidechain transactions are being censored on their network. Since all sidechain nodes are Bitcoin aware, it would be trivial to include.
Sidechain blocks cannot be reverted without reverting Bitcoin blocks or hard forking the protocol used to derive sidechain state. If protocol is forked, the value of sidechain coins on each fork of sidechain state becomes important but Proof of Burn natively guarantees trust minimized and permissionless distribution of the coins, something inferior methods like obscure early distributions, trusted pre-mines, and trusted ICO's cannot do.
More bitcoins being burnt is parallel to more hash rate entering PoW, with each miner or burner getting smaller amount of altcoins on average making it unprofitable to burn or mine and forcing some to exit. At equilibrium costs of equipment and electricity approaches value gained from selling coins just as at equilibrium costs of burnt coins approaches value of altcoins rewarded. In both cases it incentivizes further distribution to markets to cover the costs making burners and miners dependent on users via markets. In both cases it's also possible to mine without permission and mine at a loss temporarily to gain some altcoins without permission if you want to.
Altcoins benefit by inheriting many of bitcoin security guarantees, bitcoin parties have to do nothing if they don't want to, but will see their coins grow more scarce through burning. The contributions to the fee market will contribute to higher Bitcoin miner rewards even after block reward is gone.

Sidechain Bitcoin-pegs:

What is the ideal goal of the sidechains? Ideally to have a token that has the bi-directionally pegged value to Bitcoin and tradeable ~1:1 for Bitcoin that gives Bitcoin users an option of a different rule set without compromising the base chain nor forcing base chain participants to do anything different.
Issues with value pegs:
Let's get rid of the idea of needing Bitcoin collateral to back pegged coins 1:1 as that's never secure, independent, or scalable at same security level. As drive-chain design suggested the peg doesn't have to be fast, can take months, just needs to exist so other methods can be used to speed it up like atomic swaps by volunteers taking on the risk for a fee.
In continuous proof of burn we have another source of Bitcoins, the burnt Bitcoins. Sidechain protocols can require some minor percentage (e.g. 20%) of burner tx value coins via another output to go to reimburse those withdrawing side-Bitcoins to Bitcoin chain until they are filled. If withdrawal queue is empty that % is burnt instead. Selection of who receives reimbursement is deterministic per burner. Percentage must be kept small as it's assumed it's possible to get up to that much discount on altcoin emissions.
Let's use a really simple example case where each burner pays 20% of burner tx amount to cover withdrawal in exact order requested with no attempts at other matching, capped at half amount requested per payout. Example:
withdrawal queue: request1: 0.2 sBTC request2: 1.0 sBTC request3: 0.5 sBTC
same block burners: tx burns 0.8 BTC, 0.1 BTC is sent to request1, 0.1 BTC is sent to request2 tx burns 0.4 BTC, 0.1 BTC is sent to request1 tx burns 0.08 BTC, 0.02 BTC is sent to request 1 tx burns 1.2 BTC, 0.1 BTC is sent to request1, 0.2 BTC is sent to request2
withdrawal queue: request1: filled with 0.32 BTC instead of 0.2 sBTC, removed from queue request2: partially-filled with 0.3 BTC out of 1.0 sBTC, 0.7 BTC remaining for next queue request3: still 0.5 sBTC
Withdrawal requests can either take long time to get to filled due to cap per burn or get overfilled as seen in "request1" example, hard to predict. Overfilling is not a big deal since we're not dealing with a finite source. The risk a user that chooses to use the sidechain pegged coin takes on is based on the rate at which they can expect to get paid based on value of altcoin emission that generally matches Bitcoin burn rate. If sidechain loses interest and nobody is burning enough bitcoin, the funds might be lost so the scale of risk has to be measured. If Bitcoins burnt per day is 0.5 BTC total and you hope to deposit or withdraw 5000 BTC, it might take a long time or never happen to withdraw it. But for amounts comparable or under 0.5 BTC/day average burnt with 5 side-BTC on sidechain outstanding total the risks are more reasonable.
Deposits onto the sidechain are far easier - by burning Bitcoin in a separate known unspendable deposit address for that sidechain and sidechain protocol issuing matching amount of side-Bitcoin. Withdrawn bitcoins are treated as burnt bitcoins for sake of dividing block rewards as long as they followed the deterministic rules for their burn to count as valid and percentage used for withdrawals is kept small to avoid approaching free altcoin emissions by paying for your own withdrawals and ensuring significant unforgeable losses.
Ideally more matching is used so large withdrawals don't completely block everyone else and small withdrawals don't completely block large withdrawals. Better methods should deterministically randomize assigned withdrawals via previous Bitcoin block hash, prioritized by request time (earliest arrivals should get paid earlier), and amount of peg outstanding vs burn amount (smaller burns should prioritize smaller outstanding balances). Fee market on bitcoin discourages doing withdrawals of too small amounts and encourages batching by burners.
The second method is less reliable but already known that uses over-collateralized loans that create a oracle-pegged token that can be pegged to the bitcoin value. It was already used by its inventors in 2014 on bitshares (e.g. bitCNY, bitUSD, bitBTC) and similarly by MakerDAO in 2018. The upside is a trust minimized distribution of CPoB coins can be used to distribute trust over selection of price feed oracles far better than pre-mined single trusted party based distributions used in MakerDAO (100% pre-mined) and to a bit lesser degree on bitshares (~50% mined, ~50% premined before dpos). The downside is 2 fold: first the supply of BTC pegged coin would depend on people opening an equivalent of a leveraged long position on the altcoin/BTC pair, which is hard to convince people to do as seen by very poor liquidity of bitBTC in the past. Second downside is oracles can still collude to mess with price feeds, and while their influence might be limited via capped price changes per unit time and might compromise their continuous revenue stream from fees, the leverage benefits might outweight the losses. The use of continous proof of burn to peg withdrawals is superior method as it is simply a minor byproduct of "mining" for altcoins and doesn't depend on traders positions. At the moment I'm not aware of any market-pegged coins on trust minimized platforms or implemented in trust minimized way (e.g. premined mkr on premined eth = 2 sets of trusted third parties each of which with full control over the design).
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Brief issues with current altchains options:

  1. PoW: New PoW altcoins suffer high risk of attacks. Additional PoW chains require high energy and capital costs to create permissionless entry and trust minimized miners that are forever dependent on markets to hold them accountable. Using same algorithm or equipment as another chain or merge-mining puts you at a disadvantage by allowing some miners to attack and still cover sunk costs on another chain. Using a different algorithm/equipment requires building up the value of sunk costs to protect against attacks with significant energy and capital costs. Drive-chains also require miners to allow it by having to be sidechain aware and thus incur additional costs on them and validating nodes if the sidechain rewards are of value and importance.
  2. PoS: PoS is permissioned (requires permission from internal party to use network or contribute to consensus on permitted scale), allows perpetual control without accountability to others, and incentivizes centralization of control over time. Without continuous source of sunk costs there's no reason to give up control. By having consensus entirely dependent on internal state network, unlike PoW but like private databases, cannot guarantee independent permissionless entry and thus cannot claim trust minimization. Has no built in distribution methods so depends on safe start (snapshot of trust minimized distributions or PoW period) followed by losing that on switch to PoS or starting off dependent on a single trusted party such as case in all significant pre-mines and ICO's.
  3. Proof of Capacity: PoC is just shifting costs further to capital over PoW to achieve same guarantees.
  4. PoW/PoS: Still require additional PoW chain creation. Strong dependence on PoS can render PoW irrelevant and thus inherit the worst properties of both protocols.
  5. Tokens inherit all trust dependencies of parent blockchain and thus depend on the above.
  6. Embedded consensus (counterparty, veriblock?, omni): Lacks mechanism for distribution, requires all tx data to be inside scarce Bitcoin block space so high cost to users instead of compensated miners. If you want to build a very expressive scripting language, might very hard & expensive to fit into Bitcoin tx vs CPoBB external content of unlimited size in a committed hash. Same as CPoBB is Bitcoin-aware so can respond to Bitcoin being sent but without source of Bitcoins like burning no way to do any trust minimized Bitcoin-pegs it can control fully.

Few extra notes from my talks with people:

Main questions to you:

open to working on this further with others
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Wormhole (WHC) is a new protocol created by Bitmain developers that uses Bitcoin Cash and a proof-of-burn process for creating tokens. Here is an interesting article by the wormhole team about how they created the burn address for the new protocol: "On the Burning Address of Wormhole Protocol".

Wormhole (WHC) is a new protocol created by Bitmain developers that uses Bitcoin Cash and a proof-of-burn process for creating tokens. Here is an interesting article by the wormhole team about how they created the burn address for the new protocol: submitted by cryptorebel to btc [link] [comments]

SegWitCoin (SWC) is a Proof-of-Burn based colored coin and not the real Bitcoin

When you send your real bitcoins to a segwit address those real bitcoins are burned and segwitcoins are created (proof-of-burn initial distribution).
If at some later state it happens that SegWitCoins are unfit for the economy due to massive vulnerabilities the new and untested code introduces then it can very easily happen that all SegWit TXs become invalid and coins held in SegWit TXs will most likely be redeemed by miners (anyone-can-steal). For that reason I advise never to start using SegWit to maintain the original stake in BTC.
However, according to this out: https://medium.com/the-publius-letters/segregated-witness-a-fork-too-far-87d6e57a4179 GMaxwell wants to destroy all non-segwit bitcoins in the future as if they never existed, delete it completely from the block chain. SegWitCoin indeed is an altcoin and has nothing to do with Bitcoin. It is a colored coin solution, parasitic to the bitcoin's block chain and it wants to take over.
Since SegWit introduces a lot of complexity it will most likely have vulnerabilities similarly to the DAO. I wouldn't be surprised if the DAO was a test case for what is to come when SegWit gets activated. DAO was running on the Ethereum chain similarly to how SWC would be running on the Bitcoin chain.
It will most likely happen that SWC will be trading at a different price than the un-tainted real BTC because SWC introduces additional risks that are not present in the original BTC.
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Stacks Network Plans to Leverage BTC’s Proof of Work and Burn Bitcoins

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Stacks Network Plans to Leverage BTC’s Proof of Work and Burn Bitcoins

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Stacks Network Plans to Leverage BTC’s Proof of Work and Burn Bitcoins

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Stacks Network Plans to Leverage BTC’s Proof of Work and Burn Bitcoins

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Stacks Network Plans to Leverage BTC’s Proof of Work and Burn Bitcoins

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Stacks Network Plans to Leverage BTC’s Proof of Work and Burn Bitcoins

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Wormhole (WHC) is a new protocol created by Bitmain developers that uses Bitcoin Cash and a proof-of-burn process for creating tokens. Here is an interesting article by the wormhole team about how they created the burn address for the new protocol: "On the Burning Address of Wormhole Protocol".

Wormhole (WHC) is a new protocol created by Bitmain developers that uses Bitcoin Cash and a proof-of-burn process for creating tokens. Here is an interesting article by the wormhole team about how they created the burn address for the new protocol: submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

#bip176, here's an idea. Auction the right to name millionth of a btc for a decade or two, by proof of burn or donation, etc. /r/Bitcoin

#bip176, here's an idea. Auction the right to name millionth of a btc for a decade or two, by proof of burn or donation, etc. /Bitcoin submitted by HiIAMCaptainObvious to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Is the value of bitcoin equal to the value of natural resources it burns through to mine them? Proof-Of-Work = Proof-Of-Wasted-Energy?

This is a serious question I've been asking myself. What value does Bitcoin hold and where will it lead to?
The act of mining bitcoins is to burn through resources to perform some (implicitly) useless calculations to be used as proof-of-work. So this proof-of-work is actually just a proof-of-wasted-energy.
Now more and more altcoins are appearing. Cryptsy already enables trade across tens, soon maybe hundreds of different crypto-coins. More and more people start to mine. Data Centers are built just to mine coins and burn through resources. Will crypto currencies suck our planet dry and we as a human race will some day wake up and be like... "Wait, what did we do that for? What was the point of these hashing calculations again"?
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SegWitCoin (SWC) is a Proof-of-Burn based colored coin and not the real Bitcoin /r/btc

SegWitCoin (SWC) is a Proof-of-Burn based colored coin and not the real Bitcoin /btc submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Finding the opinion of the economic majority using Proof of Burn and colored coins /r/Bitcoin

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Question: What if miners could *buy* larger block sizes with proof-of-burn? /r/Bitcoin

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Enforcing good behaviour with bitcoin proof of burn

I don't know you but I find myself needing to interact/trade with you pseudonymously or anonymously. It may be hooking with you after meeting on Tinder, give you a ride through Lyft, loaning you money through crowdlending.
I need a way to trust the identity you are providing me with.
If your identity was valuable to you and you would suffer a loss if your identity was tarnished, that would alleviate my concerns about interacting with you. In turn on a aggregate level creating trust between pseudonymous and anonymous identities would engender commerce and bring people together.
Sending bitcoin to an unspendable address and linking that spend (burn) to an identity will give me confidence that your identity is important to you. if our subsequent interaction went bad, i could make a public complaint against your identity, rendering it tarnished and of less value to you because others would be less willing to interact with you knowing your previous behaviour, thus causing you to lose the funds you burnt to establish your trusted identity in the first place.
proof of burn can help create a trusted identity network. people can have multiple identities, each with an associated proof of burn.
would you consider using a proof of burn to establish a trusted identity?
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Ask r/bitcoin: Proof of Burn ==> Trusted Identities

Problem:
Continued growth of the sharing economy and p2p marketplaces necessitates a global distributed and repurposable (real name/pseudonymous/anonymous) trust and reputation system. A mechanism is needed which will allow strangers to gauge whether to interact/transact with each other across 'n' services and use-cases. Trusted Identities would engender trade, relationships, serendipity and more (hashcash for people?).
A possible solution:
Proof of burn represents a sacrifice of value in order to establish a trusted identity. By making a trusted identity expensive to obtain it can be trusted not to engage in bad behaviour, as doing so would cause the identity to become destroyed if tarnished thereby rendering the sacrifice and identity useless.
Third parties can easily verify the value sacrificed to establish your trusted identity and use it as a proxy to decide whether to:
1) rent their room to you on Airbnb
2) go on a date with you after meeting you on Tinder
3) accept you for a ride on Lyft
4) back your projects on Kickstarter
5) loan you money through crowdlending
etc.
MVP:
A web app which generates a verifiably unspendable bitcoin address to which you would send an arbitrary amount of btc (proof of burn). The service would then link the transaction hash of the payment to an existing online identity of your choosing and provide you a profile page which acts as public proof of your trusted identity.
In the event of bad behaviour, aggrieved parties can leave public comments on your proof page for others to see. The service itself would not blacklist your identity based on negative feedback, merely display it for others to judge as they see fit. (Third party services could create blacklists off the data much in the same way SpamAssassin and others do to IP addresses). Over time you create a global trust network with serious emergent behaviour potential.
thoughts/insight/feedback appreciated
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Switch Bitcoin to the superior Proof-of-Stake from Proof-of-Work like BlackCoin (10 sec. confirmations, no 51% attack fears, no 2M/Day USD electricity burning)?

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Can an altcoin with its own coins and blockchain, proof-of-burn onto the bitcoin blockchain?

  1. Let's say an alt coin later decides for whatever reason to move to the bitcoin blockchain because bitcoin is more stable (or something), is this possible?
The reason I ask is because there are some altcoins I'm looking at but for whatever reason they are using their own blockchain and coin.
  1. Is there a valid reason why some "specific coins" aren't running on the bitcoin blockchain?
Is it because bitcoin simply can't do what they need right now, or are they actually trying to become bigger and better than bitcoin?
Sorry for my ignorance.
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