litetree - SQLite with Branches

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Imagine being able to have many connections to the same database, each one reading a separate branch or commit at the same time. Or even writing to separate branches. Database branching is a very useful tool for blockchain implementations and LiteTree will be at the core of Aergo.

https://github.com/aergoio/litetree

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