In today’s information-based economy, there is an increasing awareness about security needs for the exchange of sensitive documents. The complexity of modern enterprises, increasing number of cyber-attacks and the introduction of compliance regulations (e.g. GDPR) are encouraging companies to opt for secure file transfer services. By 2026 the global secure file transfer market is expected to reach $2,308 million, with a CAGR of 7.9% during the forecast period 2018–2026 (Transparency Market Research, 2019). This is the market area MARAChain is looking to gain foothold in.
MARAChain is a Blockchain Secured Exchange of Digital Documents with Official Time-Stamping and certified EU-GDPR Compliance. The Secure Exchange of Digital Documents allows management and transmission of encrypted and secure documentation, restricting access to third parties and offering access management to these creditable transfers, through an auditable, verifiable and secure P2P transaction. The reception has been great thus far as MARAChain has already made pre-arranged deals, and received interest from significant multinational companies, institutions etc. With these leads MARAChain is looking to start commercial activity and revenue generation as soon as the software is launched. …
Lazarus Technology, laboratory of Data Recovery reference for insurance companies, manufacturers and distribution channels, with more than 18 years of experience recovering data, and pioneers in the design of guarantees and technological coverage, has signed an investment agreement in MARAChain, which guarantees the development of the first Blockchain Secure Exchange for Management and Transfer of Documents with GDPR compliance.
In addition to development, Lazarus is committed to offering MARAChain services to its current and future clients, among which are the main insurance companies, governments, and internationally prestigious agencies.
With this agreement, MARAChain ensures the success of its services as a Trusted Third Party in the management and transfer of sensitive and / or private documentation.
Consensus is a method is central to a blockchain’s throughput. I.e. how many transactions it can process within a given period of time. And networks, like EOS, MARAChain, ARK, and many others came about as the result of implementing new consensus mechanisms.
By definition, consensus is a decision making process within a group. For blockchain, these decisions are about the validity and the order of transactions on a network. Currently, there are a lot of consensus types. But the most popular ones are PoW (proof-of-work), PoS (proof-of-stake), DPoS (delegated-proof-of-stake).
PoW: the use of computational power to solve cryptographic puzzles to validate transactions, order them, and put them in blocks. …