Can someone clarify for me whether the receiving client issues the computer power to confirm two other confirmation, or if the receiving client issues it?
In the whitepaper I see conflicting versions of it:
"when a new transaction arrives, it must approve two previous transactions; these approvals are
represented by directed edges, as shown on Figure and others (on the pictures, times
always goes from left to right)"
"Now, the main idea is the following: to issue a transaction, users must work to
approve other transactions, therefore contributing to the network’s security."