Numai ca aici vei fi bonificat daca ești dispus sa faci share si identitatea informațiilor la care faci share se va putea verifica in blockchain prin Decentralized ID. Ceea ce înseamnă ca ceea ce accesezi este geniune
Pentru a nu bloca blockchain ul mama (main Chain) s-a ales ca acolo sa se facă doar tranzacțiile de baza gen transferuri de ELA si reținere / verificare de ID-uri pentru useri, aplicații, digital assets, etc. Pe side-chains vor rula diferite tipuri de aplicații si Smart Contracts, fiecare cu tipul ei de consensus ales (cu sau fără mineri). Astfel viteza nu va fi pusă in pericol, Ba mai mult, având in vedere ca aplicațiile vor rula in ELASTOS RUNTIME (VM) ele vor putea folosi resursele hardware pe care este instalat acel RT, deci se vor putea rula jocuri cu super grafica, aplicații social media, etc.
Nu, pentru ca Elastos tine ID-urile si le verifica in blockchain. Daca am ID 124 generat in blockchain la block-ul 20, tu prin clona ta, prin absurd vorbind, nu poti păcăli blockchain ul cum ca ai aveam ID 124 generat la blok 20
Proiectul are 4 piese principale :
1. ELASTOS blockchain care asigura încrederea intre participanții la rețea
2. ELASTOS Runtime care este un light OS, un VM, care poate fi instalat pe orice hardware
3 ELASTOS Carrier care este un P2P Network descentralizat ce transfera criptat datele de la VM la VM
4. ELASTOS SDK care poate fi folosit de către developeri in aplicațiile existente pentru a le integra in ecosistemul ELASTOS
Ca si developeri dedicați full time ELA:
- 20 in Beijing pe Blockchain
- 20 in Shanghai pe Runtime, Carrier si SDK
- undeva la 6 persoane in West/Silicon Valley : Rong, Feng, Fei, Kevin, KP si Clarence
On September 18, Han Yun and Wu Jihan, the co-founders of Yilai Cloud, reached an agreement on the establishment of the ELA Eco-Fund on Wall Street in the United States. Han Feng invested 200,000 ELA, Wu Jihan on behalf of Bitland invested 200,000 ELA equivalent USDT, and then joined other other clouds to raise at least 1 million ELA equivalent USDT (some ELA pledge loan to USDT). The purpose of the fund is to incubate and cultivate the cloud ecological project, and promote the formation of a digital wealth trading loop as soon as possible. However, the investment has already used USDT in principle, and will not form a sell-off effect on ELA. In addition, the two sides also donated 5 million US dollars to Han Feng to establish a blockchain research room at MIT, and Bittin donated funds to establish a blockchain laboratory at Stanford University. The two sides cooperated in the two famous universities in the United States to arrange blockchain academic research exchanges. The view.
Running a DApp on a sidechain does not make it infinitely scalable (far more scalable, but not infinitely) . Technically having infinite sidechains means you can have infinite scalability, as each side-chain has it's own TPS, but that does not make each individual DApp infinitely scalable. So if you had 1000 DApp each with 200 TPS, you would have 200k TPS, and this can go on forever. Also it does solve the issues with congestion (high gas prices/slow confirmations due to so many DApps running on a single chain). Basically compare running 1000 DApps on 1 chain, vs 1 DApp running on that same chain. Another big reason why Elastos DApps are so scalable is because Elastos provides such a secure run-time environment end-to-end that you can safely run most of the code not directly on the sidechain/blockchain. Also, by using hashes of DApps and storing them on the blockchain, the RT can verify the DApp has not been tampered with, which makes it so you do not have to run all of the DApp through consensus. So lets compare what is an App and what is a DApp.
An App is just back-end and front-end code stored on some centralized server. The App creator can choose to not share the code, and all the data from the App is basically owned by the App creator/company. The App creator could change the code or look at your data without you ever knowing, because the App creator owns all of your data, and the code is not transparent.
Compare that to DApp. So let's compare Ethereum Dapp and Elastos Dapp:
An Ethereum DApp is essentially just a couple of smart-contracts. Smart-contracts are just bits of code that have to run through consensus. That means any part of your DApp that is run on a smart-contract needs to be executed by all 10000 nodes or whatever each time it executes. It is just simply impossible to run any DApp with any complexity purely through smart-contracts. A single typical game app could need tons of input or output operations per second. Ethereum would have trouble handling a single one of these DApps, let alone thousands of them, and not to mention each operation costs a fee (read operations typically don't). But since Ethereum runs on the old internet, in order to have a secure DApp you need to run as much as you can on the Blockchain. However, what usually happens is you have some code running through smart-contracts, and then the rest of the code (front-end), is run on a centralized server which is subject to attacks. Basically as soon as you come off the Blockchain, all the code is vulnerable. Furthermore, you cannot store large files on the Blockchain (to store a single picture it's like $1000 or something). So ETH DApp's usually have to store their data on centralized servers, and so are subject the the same privacy and ownership issues of regular Apps. Also, ETH DApps still use TCP/IP as usual, and unlike Elastos, HTTP/HTTPS is enabled. This means when you share your data, it is subject to MITM attacks where someone can intercept data packets or hack into your device and send data out to some external server. Also when you download for instance a game, or some other executable, you are in danger of being phished and downloading a virus which could ruin your device or could be some malicous program that allows a hacker to see your screen and steal your passwords when you enter them.
An Elastos DApp basically addresses all those problems. First is the sandbox nature of the Elastos VM. Basically, by design of Elastos VM(C++), it can use the hardware of the underlying devices while being separated from the rest of the device, and also being cut from sending out any data packets to unverified sources. Each time you open a DApp, you open a new VM, and when you close a DApp, it destroys the VM. This means if you somehow downloaded a virus or some hackers tried to inject malicious code to hack your phone, it would be destroyed when you closed the DApp.
And since the DApp runtime is separated form the device OS, the virus will never reach the device, and there can be no harm done. Hackers also cannot inject malicious code that would try to send data from the DApp or device to their outside server, because each DApp has no direct internet access and can only communicate with blockchain ID verified devices. These are features other platforms do not have. Furthermore, when a Developer first makes a DApp on Elastos, a hash of the code is stored on the blockchain/sidechain. When someone goes to use the DApp, the Elastos runtime automatically hashes it and checks against the true hash stored in the blockchain to see if it has been tampered with. If the hash has any discrepancies, the runtime won't allow it to run, because it means someone could have modified the DApp with malicious code. All the users data that is generated from the DApp will go into the users personal cloud drive and be encrypted. Only the user with the right private key can access the data. This data can also be stored over decentralized storage like IPFS encrypted, and again only accessible by the user with the right private key. This means no DApp developers can violate the privacy or steal users data. Also, since code and data is all stored in a distributed manner encrypted , it is extremely hard for hackers to steal any data, and there little incentive because it is not all stored in one place. Furthermore, Elastos has something that no other DApp platform has, which is a decentralized Carrier. The Carrier is a way for routing traffic/transfering files directly between peers. In the regular internet, traffic is routed to centralized servers first and since they know which users traffic is which, it allows them to censor/steal/ peer in on user data/apps, or websites. Also since traffic on this carrier is routed peer to peer in a very unpredictable manner through relays, it is nearly impossible to intercept data packets. And even if they did, the data is encrypted and can only be read by the user with the right private key, or users who have been given permission by the original sender or creator. Because of all this, the only reason you need smart-contracts is for very simple and important business logic that has to do with transferring funds and sales and other such things that are usually done by middlemen. All the rest of the code is so secure you do not need to run it on the blockchain. Basically Elastos DApps are 90% hardware/d-storage, 5% smart-contracts. This is what makes them basically just as scalable as traditional apps. Other platforms are more like 30% smart-contracts, 70% centralized server(to be fair some are aiming to use d-storage). A single Blockchain will never be able to run all the code of thousands of apps for billions of users on-chain. With existing platforms, it does not matter how fast your device is because the computational power of the device is not used at all, which is inefficient. Elastos allows you to use the extremely powerful and ever increasing computational resources of users own devices in a manner that aims to be nearly as secure as running on the blockchain. Another way to think of it is Elastos focuses on ALL the off-chain parts(aka the internet), and then people can just use existing smart-contract platforms on their own personal sidechains. And since Elastos makes all the off-chain stuff super secure, you do not need to run as much on-chain
Super interviu! Super explicație de ce blockchain -ul nu poate fi super scalabil comparativ cu super computerele, si cea mai buna utilizare a lui este pentru a asigura încrederea intre participanții rețelei.
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Elastos is completely open sourceThere‘s something called a network effect and as you may know we already have hundred thousands of nodes active on the Elastos smart web. Besides that we have a head start of 18 years of development and a team of engineers and a community working on Elastos. All those things can‘t be copied easilyWhy should the ethereum community work on making their own operating system when they can just use ETH smart contracts on Elastos? What‘s their incentive to do this?The only value proposition of Ethereum is being a secure blockchain and having smart contracts. Now the ELA blockchain is even more secure through merged mining and supports bot only ETH but also Neo smart contracts and every other VM can also be ported to ElastosWith Ethereum you are stuck with a single public chain which is prone to congestion like we have seen many times before alreadyAnd projects like ETH and BTC have proven to be very slow in adoption of new technology because of their governance systems, that‘s why there are hundreds of ETH and BTC forks/clones which no one is usingBy the way: Rong Chen was a senior engineer at microsoft before founding Elastos/Kortide and he proposed this solution to microsoft back in 1999. they were not interested 😃That‘s why he left microsoft and started his own companyNo, Elastos is no company and doesn‘t sell anythingElastos is free open source softwareThose are all blockchain platforms. Elastos is way more than that.What is a blockchain really? It‘s a decentralized ledger. Nothing more, nothing less. How do you run an application efficiently on a ledger? It‘s not possibleAll those so called dApp platforms therefore rely on off chain solutions which is just a fancy word for the internet. So everything that doesn‘t run directly on the blockchain is not secure and not decentralizedThat‘s where Elastos is differentBY GANDHI
The Elastos technology team plans to upgrade the blockchain browser from 1:00 to 2:00 (UTC time) on November 23, 2018. During the upgrade, the web wallet and the blockchain browser will not work properly.This upgrade optimizes the database performance of blockchain browser, improves the performance of database processing and throughput, and fixes the bug of previous error display of address information.
Toate aceste vor avea un DID dat de către Elastos blockchain, aplicațiile vor rula într-un mediu foarte sigur aka Elastos Runtime care pote fi instalat pe price tip de device, indiferent de sistemul lui de operare, iar transferul de informații se va face P2P prin Elastos Carrier
Marele plus al lui Elastos il reprezintă acele capsule digitale aka digital assets care vor avea asignat DID generat de către o entitate neutra si anume Elastos Blockchain. Astfel orice digital asset poate fi unic si monetizat in acest Ecosistem
“First, as soon as DPoS consensus is live on the Elastos main chain, merged-mining will be open to the entirety of the general public. Along with the btc.com mining pool, all other mining pools and individual miners will have the opportunity to upgrade their BTC mining clients to begin merge-mining ELA in parallel to BTC. Secondly, it is anticipated that the hashpower of the Elastos blockchain will rise dramatically, thereby further securing the network. Thirdly, DPoS nodes add an additional layer of security in serving to provide Finality for solved blocks. “