The Consequences of Scalable Blockchains

  1. Describe some thing a scalable blockchain could do.
  2. Prove that thing is NP-Complete.
  3. Show how, if you have such a blockchain, you can right now break hash functions and public-key cryptography and constructively prove P=NP.

The Thing

The Proof

An Example

There is no way to get anything into both c1 and c2. So we can never get two things into g.

The Implication

How to Break Hash Functions, RSA etc

What Does This Mean?

Minimal 3-variable non-satisfiable example. That’s why it’s at the end.

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