DigitalBits Consensus Protocol
The DigitalBits Consensus Protocol (DCP) provides a way to reach consensus without relying on a closed system to accurately record financial transactions. DCP has a set of provable safety properties that optimize for safety over liveness—in the event of partition or misbehaving nodes, it halts progress of the network until consensus can be reached. DCP simultaneously enjoys four key properties: decentralized control, low latency, flexible trust, and asymptotic security. DCP is a fork of the DigitalBits Consensus Protocol. To learn all about that protocol, read their white paper.