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Initial time range – from 21 Apr, 2023 to 22 Jul, 2023

Final time range – from 21 Jan, 2024 to 21 Apr, 2024

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Summary of MinaProtocol/mina

The MinaProtocol/mina is a GitHub repository for the Mina blockchain protocol. This protocol claims to be the world's lightest blockchain, being powered by participants and users where the chain itself remains a fixed size - around 22kb (the size of a few tweets).

This is unlike other blockchains which grow in size over time and require significant storage resources. It uses an advanced version of a cryptographic proof called a zk-SNARK, or “zero-knowledge succinct non-interactive argument of knowledge.”

The Mina GitHub repository includes all the necessary resources to access, learn, develop, and contribute to the Mina blockchain protocol. This includes the core Mina daemon, the archive node, the Rosetta integration, the GraphQL API, and various other documentation and resources.

This repository welcomes contributions from developers and has clear instructive information on how to contribute, set up, and develop with the Mina blockchain protocol. It's implemented mostly using the OCaml programming language.

Here is an example on how it can be used:

# Install the Mina client $ brew install mina-client # Start the Mina client (connecting to mainnet) $ mina client start # Check on the status of your client $ mina client status

It's important to note that the Mina Protocol, like many blockchain technologies, is still a rapidly advancing field, and best practices, protocols, and the consensus of its stakeholders may change or need revising quickly. Therefore, continuous learning, exploration, and engagement with the project and its community is encouraged.

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