A new Bitcoin reference design is released
An article has been published which shows a new Bitcoin specification which has been designed to be compatible with the existing Litecoin specification.
The design, codenamed AvantGram, has been described by the developers as “an all-in-one specification for Bitcoin that is modular, extensible and modularizing” to allow it to be used as a reference for the existing specification.
“With the Avantgram specification, you have the flexibility to use it to design any Bitcoin ASIC with any design specification, so you can use it for all the different applications you need,” the developer notes.
The Avantgram specification was originally published in March this year, and it has been a long time coming.
The project was originally started by the founder of the cryptocurrency and blockchain platform, Mark Karpeles, in June this year.
It was also announced that the project would be merged with the Litecoin project.
AvantGrams design has the advantage of being able to be reused, and the developers were able to build upon the codebase by writing a new specification that could be used by a wide range of hardware.
The Avant Gram specification has been released to the public and is being reviewed by the Bitcoin Foundation, which will soon make a decision on whether to support it.
A reference design for Bitcoin uses a different protocol than Litecoin.
It has two versions, one with a single key, and one with four key pairs.
Each keypair is defined by a hash value and a number of values, with a default of 1.0.
A single keypair can be used for multiple applications.
The main differences between the Bitcoin and Litecoin reference designs are that the Bitcoin reference uses the same algorithm and the Litecoind reference uses a new one that can be applied to multiple applications, whereas the AventGram specification only uses the one key.
According to the Aventuregram spec, the specification has no hard limits on the number of transactions a block can accept, and only a single block can ever be accepted at a time.
It is also possible to implement the specification on any Bitcoin hardware and it is currently being designed by a number on the Bitcoin development team.
The Bitcoin reference is expected to be available to the general public by the end of the year, but the Litecoins will not be ready for widespread use until at least the second half of 2020.