The DEMON Virtual Machine (DVM) distinguishes itself by adopting a register-based model, which offers advantages over the stack-based virtual machines (VMs) used in other blockchain platforms like Ethereum. Register-based VMs, such as DVM, can significantly improve processing speeds and reduce code lengths compared to stack-based VMs. By manipulating data through fixed named registers instead of a stack, DVM can enhance efficiency in blockchain computations. This is particularly beneficial in GPU storage, as it reduces costs and resource requirements. Studies suggest that register-based VMs can reduce execution costs and increase performance capacity, making the DVM a promising tool for optimizing and accelerating transactions on the DEMON blockchain.