Decentralized Cloud Storage and Data Security
Unlock the potential of data storage with blockchain technology: Secure, Transparent, and Reliable. miniOrange Blockchain data storage is a distributed system for securely storing and sharing digital data using blockchain technology. It allows users to store data securely with no central authority and provides a trustless system for verifying data integrity. The data is distributed across multiple nodes and stored in an immutable form, making it resistant to tampering and ensuring its accuracy.Join us on
What is Blockchain Cloud Storage ?
People misinterpret Blockchain’s capabilities
Many people misunderstand or misinterpret blockchain data storage or blockchain cloud storage capabilities. For example, they assume that programmable blockchains, such as Ethereum, can be used to store any type of data. That, however, is not the case. After all, during peak traffic periods, you may have already experienced network congestion and high transaction fees. Most current blockchain data storage or blockchain cloud storage application are simply not designed to store larger files; it is both technically and financially impossible. However, every NFT project, Web3 game, or other dapp (decentralized application) deals with a large amount of data.
Features Of Our Decentralized Blockchain Data Storage Solution
Verified and tamper-resistant transactions
Need of Decentralized Blockchain Data Storage?
The traditional method of data storage is cloud storage. The most significant disadvantage of cloud storage is that all data is centralized and is typically not encrypted during transactions. Data is the most important entity and storing, processing, and analyzing data is a major task. As a result, decentralized data storage or decentralized cloud storage is required. Some of the reasons why blockchain is required for data storage are as follows:
Decentralization: Because blockchain is decentralized, there is no single central entity governing data-related decisions.
Security: Because there are multiple nodes in the network with the same copy of data, any hacker would have to change data on the majority of nodes on the network to make the change appear legitimate.