Bluzelle (BLZ)

Bluzelle (BLZ) -
Crypto Data

Bluzelle is a decentralized database that makes it more efficient for blockchain products to manage their data while shifting control to the masses.

Basic Intro

Name (Ticker)
Bluzelle (BLZ)
Price (USD)
$0.054988455555
Rank
174
Active Supply
206.3 million
Total Supply
206.3 million
Volume (24H)
757957
Marketcap
11.3 million
Fun Name
Crypto Data
Categories
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Website Links
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Pros

  • Eliminating any single point of failure
  • Karma System
  • Secure storage of data

Cons

  • Not many features
  • No physical backing (asset, profits, commodity)

Summary

Overall bluzelle is quite hard to understand with its advanced swarm technology it’s easy to get lost along the way, and definitely not beginner friendly. However, the concept is quite interesting with it still being in early access and new projects coming out daily we could see it gain more attention over time as they strive to become the “Data Management & Storage” for the decentralized web. If we could see Bluzelle roll out some more features in the near future it could definitely move into the top hundred cryptocurrencies.

Features

Bluzelle stores tiny pieces of data on groups of nodes (swarms), eliminating any “single” point of failure, this makes bluzelle’s swarm the backbone of the platform. Whenever a consumer stores data provides data towards the network it will be split up into what they call shards and stored between each swarm. Since all Bluzelle information is encrypted nobody including the swarms can access the data without a private key. Bluzelle’s algorithm stores data in a unique network model that doesn’t depend on data centres and is able to scale databases services in an instant.

In order to keep track, Bluzelle has a Karma Index for all its operators. For example, if an operator behaves poorly, these actions cause consequences as the Karma Index will lower causing restrictions, penalties and since operators can run more than one node the Karma is applied to every node they run. If a Node Operator has a high Karma Index they have a chance to become leaders of their swarm by a democratic process.

  • Pavel Bains
  • Neeraj Murarka
  • Nitin Cunha
  • Scott Burch

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