The ProximaX Sirius platform is all-encompassing, and can be used to power a diverse range of use cases ranging from simple standalone applications to complex systems solutions, according to the needs of the user.
The fully decentralized configuration of the ProximaX Sirius platform integrates with peer-to-peer ("P2P") off-chain components such as content delivery networks ("CDN") and other cloud offerings. This liberates app developers to expand their creativity in building great P2P applications without fear of non-compliance or being vulnerable to attacks.
The Integrated and Distributed Ledger Technology ("IaDLT") used in conjunction with API-driven architecture has successfully been released by ProximaX in file hosting services, file sharing, content creation and the monetisation of such contents, content control, multimedia & message streaming, and the rising demand for Know Your Counterparty ("KYC") applications.
A Glimpse of the ProximaX Sirius Architecture
The winning combination of Blockchain-Storage-Streaming-Database-Consensus is the success DNA of the ProximaX Sirius development platform. This powerful platform comes with built-in advanced features such as Supercontracts (estimated release Q1, 2020), multisig, multilayer-multisig, pull transactions, aggregated transactions and cross-chain ability. Development is greatly simplified and becomes rapid through the abstraction layer comprising APIs and SDKs available in a wide range of languages such as TSJS, Java, CSharp, Swift, Dart, CLI, Golang, CPP, PHP, Rust and Python.
Using advanced blockchain technology, this layer powers the entire ecosystem and provides the source of data that interconnects with the other layers in either a public or private environment. Through carefully scripted and guarded access points, a private blockchain solution is now available to verifiable users and entities to participate in the network, thus bringing public chain capabilities into enterprise – a new service we call the Blockchain DMZ (De-militarised Zone).
Utilising PeerStream Protocol (“PSP”), for high security, high performance, real-time messaging, and streaming service, users will be able to utilise fully anonymous, end-to-end encrypted, messaging, and anonymous video streaming. Designed to be a privacy routing protocol, PSP is insulated and eliminates the risk of maintaining exit nodes and out-proxies. The ProximaX streaming layer is available in two flavours: live streaming, for fully anonymous interaction between users; and storage streaming, which provides streaming content from storage which is mostly used for pre-recorded streaming.
The ProximaX storage layer is deployed through a Distributed File Management System (“DFMS”) protocol which integrates directly with the blockchain layer. Its peer-to-peer distributed architecture makes the network decentralised and users free from the influence of any third-party storage provider, and allows for client-side encryption for maximum data security. This system is immune to common threats of security and privacy as it is based on encrypted and sharded file storage in a peer-to-peer network.
The database layer consists of a technology stack that uses a document-based database (MongoDB) backed by Tendermint technology as its blockchain enforcement mechanism. This layer is a database with blockchain properties that has simple transfer transaction contracts, its own asset management, and metadata storage. Like any blockchain, the database technology also runs in a decentralised manner and maintains the MongoDB as its ledger to store the chain of records identified by a hash. Developers can build secure applications with powerful indexing and querying functionality where data enjoy optimum loading time, presence and integrity.
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