To put it briefly, Bitcrust is a full-node implementation of Bitcoin. (Eventually, intended to become a full software suite for Bitcoin.) But what does that mean exactly? Tomas Van der Wansem explains: “It basically means that we’re building software akin to the normal reference software for Bitcoin, which is called Bitcoin Core. So instead of Bitcoin Core we build our own software.” Bitcrust runs on the same network, the same rules, the same protocol as Core, but it’s more modular, and more efficient than Core.
The modularity is an important aspect of Bitcrust. “We’re building in a modular approach: several different components to serve miners, businesses, and users for their Bitcoin needs, basically,” says Van der Wansem.
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