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Where's the Code?
How can we consider Hashgraph a valid platform if the code is not auditable and open-source?
I'm not referring to the SDK by the way, but the network and reference implementation itself.
Hashgraph.org Community Admin
- this is a good question! Hashgraph is not open-source but IS open-review. That means that anyone can see the code, review the code, check it for errors and compile it on their own machine. Having the code available open-review provides transparency - the code is available for anyone to perform that actions just listed, but also prevents forking and associated instabilities.