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AuroraFS top blockchain development network

Not all blockchains are created equal. Bitcoin is the first store of value and BTC developers have consistently developed upon it. Ethereum is known for decentralized apps and smart contract protocol. AuroraFS electronic filing software and P2P network, with the support of the Gauss Aurora Lab blockchain developers, work to give fellow blockchain and decentralized application developers the landscape on which to build amazing innovations, web3 solutions and out-of-sight apps. But what goes into creating something that could even potentially be considered a top blockchain development platform?

If you talk to most developers, developing blockchain technology is enhanced by increased functionality and efficiency. The same reigns true for blockchain app development. While there are grave differences among blockchain development tools, any one is only as good as the network it’s deployed on. It defeats the purpose to build a highly functional state-of-the-art metaverse project for instance, only for it to be limited by weaknesses of the supporting network. Nothing adds to a network bounce rate faster.

The right platform for blockchain developers

AuroraFS gets it right, providing the right canvas for decentralized architecture. Imagine a network with the smart contract protocol of Ethereum, but thousands times faster, with the added bonus of being secured by an authorized data access protocol, and yet still totally decentralized. AuroraFS removes the need for imagining, providing a superior decentralized peer to peer network which provides those elements.

The network empowers developers to deliver competitive business clients blockchain and decentralized applications that accurately display their skills and promote their blockchain development services. The right platform means the difference between developing a web application that will express its full function and capability, or one that can leave a core blockchain developer and team thoroughly frustrated. AuroraFS strives to provide the best developer platform possible for constructing dapps and independent blockchains for decentralized payment solutions, with efficient data performance and fast transactions.

The blockchain development process is different on AuroraFS p2p network

Blockchain development on AuroraFS is a different experience. The underlying technology developed in the AuroraFS multi-chain blockchain technology is the fundamental technology in place anchoring the AuroraFS electronic software and peer to peer decentralized data network. There are other additional factors in the blockchain technology stack protocol which give a superior advantage to blockchain developers.

Developers benefit from the network scheme using multi-node data storage, retrieval and reading methods which drive the data performance found in the AuroraFS peer to peer network. Multiple nodes with different functions enhance the interface efficiency of the AuroraFS and retrieval is further improved by ant colony optimization. More insight into the layer-1 blockchain technology can offer greater understanding as to why AuroraFS difference starts right at the root.

A rewarding blockchain app development experience

Deploying smart contract protocol and decentralized software applications on top of the vast, accommodating AuroraFS multi-layered peer 2 peer network blockchain can be a fun and rewarding process for an experienced or lesser experienced blockchain developer, setting out to build for various types of DeFi projects. The multi-functioning blockchains that make up AuroraFS P2P network, decentralized content capability and ant colony optimized dual API interfacing with RPC and Restful and efficient data performance.

These all align to make up the unique three-layered web3 multi-technology stack. The 3 elements come together to give blockchain and blockchain software developers a superior blockchain development process that has the potential to impress the most advanced cryptocurrency experts and decentralized app users. Having the data distribution efficiency reflective of Ethereum mainnet, and security like a Bitcoin network, scaled with authorized data access, would be a gem in the toolkit of any capable blockchain developer.

Any blockchain or decentralized app built on the AuroraFS peer to peer decentralized cloud storage blockchain does not suffer from limitations of its host network, but on the contrary, supported by a layer-1 blockchain solution that gives developers the space and performance they seek. There are specific factors that go into creating the advanced developer experience that comes with developing decentralized web apps and blockchains on AuroraFS.

Distributed hash table fluid algorithm

In a distributed hash table network design data is coded and stored according to coordinates kept in a table. The table identifies which data hashes align in order to store and reform encrypted data housed on the decentralized network. The network server is kept free in the process in which each node is responsible for a tiny bit of routing and storage to provide addressing and space for the DHT network.

AuroraFS is built upon the excellent fundamentals provided by the kademlia DHT implementation network. An s-bucket algorithm was used and built out to solve local nearest node issues. Nodes have the flexibility in design to select the closest accessible data point to make data retrieval seamless enough for HD video streaming. This can be a powerful tool for developing fast decentralized programs and applications.

Groupcast capability gives nodes the ability to spread messages over the network to groups of nodes, also enhancing the caching and retrieval process ability in the AuroraFS network design. Multi-sig algorithm design allows for multiple access points in the system, so long as authorized access information is present with each individual data requestor.

These key system development points offer superior infrastructure design and provide data retrieval speeds that can run laps around many decentralized data and transactions processing in use by commercial entities today. AuroraFS puts these technologies in the hands of developers on the unique AuroraFS network.

AuroraFS blockchain and network components

The unique blockchain development implemented in the AuroraFS blockchain network structure is a multi-chain blockchain development stack parallel technology with multiple miniature blockchains functioning within the larger blockchain network design.

AuroraFS implements a root chain, relay chain, shard chain, and sub chain which all have independent network functions and capabilities that form the multi-chain technology. Each individual blockchain that makes up the multi-layered decentralized P2P network developed by Gauss Aurora Lab blockchain developers, plays an important role in the back to front end function of the AuroraFS electronic filing software and decentralized data services.

The AuroraFS blockchain explained

When data is presented to the AuroraFS decentralized software, it goes through a systematic process to break it down into smaller bits, stores it away into storage nodes, where light nodes can request to read it with an authorized access code. This process happens in multiple chains, which perform independent functions.

  1. Shard chain fragments data into smaller files and sends to relay chain for hashing.
  2. Relay chain puts hashed data into a DHT with CIDs. Authorized access needed for retrieval.
  3. Root chain is where root data (completely fragmented) is stored until access is requested.
  4. Sub chain does computing for voucher calculations to track and distribute cryptocurrency rewards used to power the self-incentivized ecosystem.

The AuroraFS use of multi-chain function provides a highly efficient experience building blockchains and dapps hosting. The efficiency carried out by the multiple chain operation gives superior edge for the most optimized blockchain experience developers can connect to and provide. The individual components that form the AuroraFS are made of several components.

Multiple node functions increase efficiency for blockchain software developers

Nodes are stations existing in the network which arbitrarily produce a public key related to its privately stored key, making up the cryptographic pair. Nodes in the AuroraFS peer to peer decentralized software design scheme have differing functions. There are storage nodes, relay nodes and light nodes present. The node role is identified in its node ID.

In systems like IPFS the nodes only have one design and are tasked with storing and retrieving data. It is commonly understood in blockchain and decentralized software development that this is not an efficiency model. Nodes in the AuroraFS stick to their roles to maximize efficiency of the network. Light nodes are never involved in discovering optimized routes, and storage nodes are never tasked with caching or relaying data. Furthermore, the data access methodology is divided between light nodes and non-light nodes.

Network layers optimized for core blockchain developer and team

Non-light nodes in the AuroraFS can connect hundreds of other non-light nodes and thousands of light nodes. Number of nodes it connects is determined by the node’s own device’s resources like CPU processing power and bandwidth. Light nodes can connect dozens or hundreds of non-light nodes.

AuroraFS is optimized for reliability in that as long as 2 nodes are still in a network, a path can always be identified, virtual connection support which keeps a connection between source and target nodes established via virtual connection.

Additionally nodes benefit from multi-role support, where nodes have different access strategies for different roles within the system, and shortest route support. The network connection to the AuroraFS layer is highly efficient and optimized for data transactions rates that are fast enough for the most advanced processing any DeFi project, company or business should need.

Original Image File

In the AuroraFS system the file, the collection of a piece of data and its hash tree, is cut by length into fragments and hashed, aligned and cut again, until the data fragments are in root hashes and then stored.

The CIDs (Content Identifiers) are the items produced in the splits, which are used to piece the information back together when retrieval is requested by nodes in the system with authorized access.

File System

Collections are present in the AuroraFS design. Collections are mappings of file paths on a list that have the ability to map the file system directory tree. Collections can map urls to files in a standardized method, and lists are able to be used to imitate routing tables, empowering AuroraFS to be used in the capacity of a virtual cloud storage and hosting service.

Access Performance Optimization solves logical distance problem

In typical file systems like IPFS and Swarm, addressing and data relay requests are made using logical distance, or local nearest neighbor network protocol for nodes to travel. The file recording method used in AuroraFS is different from a pure DHT network. The high transactions per second rate of AuroraFS requires that to be so.

So what happens in AuroraFS is the original file record is recorded as {list root hash, [storage node ID]} with multiple storage IDs set up when the file is originally stored on the chain. The root hash and storage IDs are stored by AuroraFS on the blockchain. All nodes are equal in the system, and once a light node reads a piece of data from another node it becomes a permanent data source for that particular data and unavailable to perform any other system function. This necessitates the Automatic data distribution model.

Cold, warm and hot data can be stored on the AuroraFS and service nodes from IDC computer rooms, dedicated lines and home broadband can be optimized by AuroraFS. AuroraFS can be used to optimize decentralized projects with different service needs and data types.

Data Traffic Accounting

When a data block is transferred, cost transfers can be significant. Receipts are used to calculate and keep cost transfers. After the downstream endpoint receives upstream data, it sends the corresponding receipt to the upstream data point. When a display data request occurs, there is always a final request initiator, which is usually a light node. When the display data request occurs, the first node may be the storage node that has the required data, so the data can be returned directly, and the initiator gives a receipt directly to the storage node.

It is important to note that in most cases the first node does not have the data, and the request needs to be relayed to other nodes. In this case, the data recipient at each level sends the corresponding receipt to the responder of the data. If the data request is from A->B->C->D->E and is returned correctly, A provides a receipt to B, and B provides a receipt to C and so on. In this case, the relay nodes B, C, D and E will receive receipts and at the same time provide receipts to subordinate nodes, so they will not be able to obtain token rewards. But once this data is stored locally, if there is another request for the same data, then they will obtain token rewards.

The authorized access system protects data stored on the decentralized network

The peer to peer network is decentralized, developed with web3 protocol, and therefore openly accessible to the public. It’s what makes decentralization what it is – not controlled by any single entity, anti-censorship (not being able to be censored, or edited by any centralized agent or agency), and fault tolerant. These advantages of decentralization are hindrances to the security sought by most businesses, large organizations, governments, and other networks with heavy communication and data transmission needs required for top content distribution. Blockchain developers are aware of this two way street so to say. Blockchain security is not always very secure because of this phenomenon existing in decentralized architecture globally.

AuroraFS provides developers genuine security which can give larger corporate and government network systems-aligned clients extra confidence. Heightened security for sensitive information, secure payments transactions, and other data storage needs are provided by the authorized access system built into the complete AuroraFS electronic filing decentralized software solution.

  1. Fragmented data is stored at node ‘S’ (store).
  2. The relationship between the fragment and the object is preserved.
  3. The authorization of the object information and ‘R’ (request) node is implemented throughout the blockchain.
  4. Any time ‘R’ node requests information from ‘S’, it must provide the information want_list: {{auth_info,target_cid,cid1,…},sig}, where sig is the signature of request node R
  5. After the ‘S’ node receives the want_list it verifies the authorized information.
  6. If the authorized information is accurate, ‘S’ node reads the corresponding data from the local cache and sends it to the requestor ‘R.’
  7. If the authorized information is not correct, ‘S’ node denies access and blocks ‘R’, and sends invalid want_list to the blockchain for verification.
  8. Once validated for rewards on the blockchain by other nodes, ‘S’ node also receives a reward for reporting the malicious ‘R’ node.

This authorized access system can be shared with business and corporate clients to articulate the clear difference building a blockchain or decentralized application on AuroraFS can offer. Blockchain developers can take advantage of this superior feature offered by AuroraFS network design, decentralized data performance with just as impressive security protocols in place to protect data against unauthorized access, via the internal cryptocurrency incentive provided by decentralized finance in the fundamental cryptographic science environment.

All data will be protected by Re-encryption in AuroraFS 2.0

AuroraFS 2.0 will also protect data with re-encryption, so if access was gained to the fragmented information housed in AuroraFS it would be unreadable and useless. This security layer will give commercial clients additional peace of mind when it’s live alongside authorized access control in AuroraFS 2.0.

The best solution for developers

The AuroraFS solution and edge for developers is clear. AuroraFS network design is intricately developed and paralleled together in a layered architecture that helps business operations with decentralized data needs of all kinds. Blockchain developers and decentralized app builders are given tools to help their DeFi clients launch highly efficient blockchain projects which benefit from the most up to date decentralized cloud data storage and distribution techniques used in the AuroraFS design.

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