The TEA Project’s 3 Types of Mining CML

  • Global CML nodes provide the underlying infrastructure for the state machine and the database layer available to TApps.
  • Hosting CML nodes host individual TApps.
  • Private CML nodes can fetch TApps to a local environment to interact with the user’s private data.
From left to right: private CML, hosting CML, and global CML
  • Each CML has a lifespan associated with it (approximately two years). Its lifespan and other attributes such as productivity have variations that are generated algorithmically.
  • Each mining machine’s characteristics (e.g., its RAM and whether it has a graphics card) will be recorded within the CML NFT.
  • The DAO regulates CML supply to ensure that there isn’t an oversupply in the market (too many miners and not enough TApps to host).

Global CML Nodes

  • Transactions are stored in the RAM of global CML mining nodes, which reside inside the global CML enclaves.
  • Every global CML node will have the same copy of the state in its memory.
  • Only global CML nodes are allowed to maintain the state machine based on Proof of Time.

Hosting CML

Hosting CML Handles Some Database Functions

Private CML Nodes

Private CML is useful when calling a TApp to interact with private data in the home

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