Harmony will serve as a high-volume data marketplace and aims to optimize its machine learning performance. Harmony follows Blockchain-based Machine Learning Marketplaces to build a new decentralized economy based on data.
Harmony bases its network stack on Google’s UDP, called QUIC, which accounts for 88% of Chrome traffic (35% Google’s traffic or 7% of Internet traffic). QUIC improves multiplexing over sessions and achieves zero round-trip latency.
Harmony devises static types with concise syntax as security specification, analyzes decentralized protocols in formal models, and generates optimized code across networks.