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Crawling the MobileCoin Quorum System

@article{Ndolo2021CrawlingTM,
  title={Crawling the MobileCoin Quorum System},
  author={Charmaine Ndolo and Sebastian A. Henningsen and Martin Florian},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2111.12364}
}
We continuously crawl the young MobileCoin network, uncovering the quorum configurations of core nodes and the quorum system resulting from these configurations. This report discusses our crawl methodology, encountered challenges, and our current empirical results. We find that the MobileCoin quorum system currently comprises of 7 organisations controlling a total of 10 validator nodes. Current quorum set configurations prioritise safety over liveness. At the time of writing, one of the… 

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