The introduction of Bitcoin in 2008 by Satoshi Nakamoto marked the beginning of a trend in decentralization. Today many financial applications embrace
Cloud computing: the synergistic boardroom buzzword that you still pretend to know about. Luckily, it’s a pretty simple idea, technically
Physical assets on the blockchain could simplify a lot of the issues of supply chain, logistics, and contract management. However, the technology has drawbacks that could prove to be challenging to usability. Before such a system can work, we need reliable ways for transactions to verify identity, avoid mistakes, and adjudicate disputes..
Similar to Bitcoin, Ethereum is a distributed public blockchain network. While both Ethereum and Bitcoin are cryptocurrencies that can be traded among users, there are many substantial differences between the two.
Revising the previous content, I would like to clear off the confusion and concepts about Centralized and Decentralized cloud storage methods. Centralized Cloud Storage is the storage which has a central access to co-ordinate the transactions. As it is self-explanatory now, Decentralized Storage is the exact opposite of Centralized Storage. It is hosted and coordinated by public itself. In simple words, Decentralized Cloud Storage is a peer-to-peer (P2P) network.
Cloud mining is the process of mining bitcoins using a remote isolated server with shared processing power. This type of mining allows you to investigate and mine bitcoins or any corressponding cryptocurrency without using any explicit hardware…..continued
In the previous post, we discussed major attacks on cloud computing with countermeasures, in this post, we are going to discuss
What’s Next after Cloud Computing ? Is there a new Advancement to Cloud Systems ?? Well, You’ll find all of it in here..!!
After going through the other services provided by the cloud, let’s take a look at Data as a Service(DaaS). Data
Cloud computing is one of the most important newer developments in the information systems. The widespread popularity of cloud computing has