SplitChain differs from Blockchain in that there are no “blocks” in SplitChain.
This means transactions are not grouped into sets of every growing blocks and are not processed by miners on the network.
Transactions are maintained independently and stored in a split, fragmented index, within peers’ wallets and cached temporarily by the network nodes (until a proceeding transaction replaces it in the network cache for peer discoverability).
Only the two most recent transactions are cached across the SplitChain network. This is done so that others can find the truth they need to transact reliably with another user, while keeping the network fast and lightweight.
Transaction validation is performed by finding the truth of both peers transacting.