Tezos is a decentralized platform for advanced autonomous contracts. Tezos differs from Ethereum in two main ways.
As a public blockchain, Tezos provides an economic incentive for transaction validators to secure the network via a system purely in Proof-of-Stake and not in Proof-of-Work. In particular, this system allows the holders of XTZ, the platform’s native asset, to easily receive their share of the system’s monetary creation.
Unlike Bitcoin or Ethereum, the Tezos protocol incorporates a protocol improvement process that asks XTZ holders to vote for the improvements they want to see added. This ensures that the chain used is the canonical chain, in case of a protocol fork.
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Tezos’ main value proposition is “self-regulated” governance within the protocol itself. Its protocol is implemented with a proof of stake mechanism.
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