eGaaS

eGaaS Technology

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eGaaS is a blockchain-based global distributed database with embedded smart contract protocol. eGaaS obtains its legal backing from an agreement between nations associated with peer-to-peer (P2P) network nodes, which store the full blockchain version, thus providing data security and validity.

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Hello,

Is part of the intention with this project to allow for private networks to also run the software? For example, could a state run this as a private blockchain network that only exists within that state's internal infrastructure and departments? Or is the goal strictly to be a global governance solution?

Thanks,

Michael

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On 30.11.2016 at 11:17 PM, Michael Sullivan said:

Is part of the intention with this project to allow for private networks to also run the software? For example, could a state run this as a private blockchain network that only exists within that state's internal infrastructure and departments? Or is the goal strictly to be a global governance solution?

Thank you for your question. The eGaaS platform operates on the single blockchain, which can ensure international cooperation and creation of a common information space. But states and communities can create private tables outside the blockchain, keeping in it only hash.

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On 3. 12. 2016 at 8:22 PM, eGaaS said:

Thank you for your question. The eGaaS platform operates on the single blockchain, which can ensure international cooperation and creation of a common information space. But states and communities can create private tables outside the blockchain, keeping in it only hash.

Hello,

if I understand correctly, you have your own network, on which the blockchain "runs". What kind of network is that? Who is running the nodes? How trustworthy are they and why? And how many nodes are they?

Thank you for your answers

Adam

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Hello Adam,

Egaas uses dPoS, own source codes, own network. Anyone can setup own node, at the moment we have 2 nodes.

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