# Transactional Network

Transactional Network of Hami Using DAG Algorithm
The transactional network of Hami is built using the DAG (Directed Acyclic Graph) algorithm. DAG is a data structure that is commonly used in distributed systems and provides an efficient way to process transactions. In Hami's DAG-based transactional network, transactions are not grouped into blocks like in a traditional blockchain. Instead, each transaction is treated as a separate unit and is connected to other transactions through directed edges to form a DAG.
Mathematical Equation:
Let's represent the DAG as G = (V, E) where V is the set of vertices and E is the set of edges. Each vertex in the DAG represents a transaction and each edge represents a parent-child relationship between two transactions. In the DAG-based transactional network of Hami, each transaction t_i is represented as a vertex in the DAG, and the parent-child relationship between two transactions t_i and t_j is represented by an edge (t_i, t_j).
The transactional network of Hami using DAG algorithm can be expressed mathematically as:
G = (V, E) where V = {t_1, t_2, ..., t_n} and E = {(t_i, t_j) | t_i is the parent of t_j}
where:
• t_1, t_2, ..., t_n are the transactions in the DAG
• (t_i, t_j) is an edge in the DAG that represents a parent-child relationship between transactions t_i and t_j
Explanation:
In the DAG-based transactional network of Hami, each transaction is treated as a separate unit and is connected to other transactions through directed edges to form a DAG. This allows transactions to be processed in parallel, leading to faster transaction times and higher throughput compared to traditional blockchains. In addition, the DAG structure of the network ensures that there are no forks in the chain, which eliminates the need for complex consensus algorithms like Proof of Work or Proof of Stake. This makes the network more energy-efficient and secure.
Please note that the DAG algorithm and its application in the Hami Network is a work in progress. We are continuously working to refine and optimize the algorithm to ensure its stability and scalability for use in real-world scenarios.
Once the DAG algorithm has been thoroughly tested and proven to be reliable, we plan to implement it on stable currencies within the Hami Network to provide faster, more secure, and efficient transaction processing.