MASQ Network
MASQ "Neighborhoods"
Each MASQ Node in the MASQ Network contains a subsystem that we call the Neighborhood. The Neighborhood is responsible for keeping track of other Nodes in the network, remembering how (and whether) they're connected to one another, and storing other information about them as well.
Currently, there are plans for neighborhoods to also remember things like how fast they have proven to be and whether they're acting suspiciously. Also, whenever a consuming Node wants to send a CORES package through the network, its Neighborhood is responsible for analyzing the network and determining what route the CORES package should take.
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