Mint Marble blockchain Technology anyone may offer their service and content in the market by linking it with the main block. Furthermore, it provides a variety of technologies to maximize the convenience and productivity of Dapp development.
Mint Marble provides blockchain-based security technology. Users can be assured of a powerful security service even when using Mint Marble-based services or creating Contents.
Although blockchain emerged without a concrete connection control, some blockchains correspond to data confidentiality including access control. That is a significant development given that data can get manipulated or falsified. Full encryption of blockchain data ensures that unauthorized persons cannot access data during the transmission process.
We use blockchain to protect personal data exchanged through chat, messaging apps, and social media. For instance, Mint Marble messages to be encrypted with blockchain instead of end-to-end encryption for protecting the users' metadata.
Thus, the user doesn't need to use e-mail or other authentication methods for using the messenger. Because the metadata gets randomly distributed across the ledger, it is impossible to collect and breach data at one point.
The US Defense Advanced Research and Technology Institute (DARPA) is known to be testing the blockchain system to create a messaging service that is both secure and non-intrusive. The US Defense Advanced Research and Technology Institute (DARPA) is known to be testing the blockchain system to create a messaging service that is both secure and non-intrusive. DARPA expected to run continuous studies based on blockchain to prevent the leakage of customer information like happened on Facebook.
The Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) is an encryption system protecting various communication tools including email, messaging, application, and websites. However, most of its implementations taking place through other centralized CA (Certification Authority) agencies that to issue, collect, and save the key pairs.
Criminals can target a certification authority and break into encrypted communications or manipulate their identity. However, by