Rabu, 09 Januari 2019

SKELPY - Certified Digital Identity



Hello everyone, this new post I want to introduce about a very interesting and good project that is The Skelpy, and for more details, let's just go to the following discussion: 

Introduction 

Blockchain is a communication protocol that is based on a database that is distributed with logic and is an efficient and effective block chain system, because of its nature, is truly open and conducting transactions in it does not require bank approval. 

Transactions run on the network and registered on the blockchain in ciphered form, validated from the digital signature that is the origin of the transaction. In this way, the identity of the transaction is public. 

What is Skelpy? 

Skelpy is a Project that aims to create a completely decentralized and clear blockchain, where each wallet has a certified digital identity. Transactions will be visible to everyone, but individuals will be certified and recognized based on the visibility criteria described earlier. 

So it will be possible for users to issue transactions on the blockchain with a certified wallet (individual or legal entity) or with a non-certified wallet. Then the source code associated with the blockchain will be fully issued along with the tools, while all the code related to the SkelpySystem platform will still be backed up. 

The Skelpy blockchain platform is based on DPS (Delegate Proof of Stake) technology where there are 51 forging nodes that have the task of maintaining active and working nets. And the DPoS technology used by Skelpy will take the project ARK (https://www.ark.io) as a starting point but this is not a copy or sidechain of the project mentioned. However, the Skelpy blockchain platform starts from a solid and tested base that will be upgraded to be functional to the Skelpy System. 

What is DPoS? 

DPoS (Delegated Proof of Stake) is the final method for guaranteeing digital net tokens by processing transactions and ensuring distributed management (transaction validation) without the need for a central authority. 

This system is an evolution that began with the Proof of Stake, which provided the involvement of the entire network rather than the representative of 51 delegates, which was developed for the purpose of reducing costs and inefficiencies associated with the typical PoW (Proof of Work System) electricity consumption, for example Bitcoin. 

Delegated Proof of Stake is defined as a strong, efficient and very reliable consensus algorithm in the Blockchain web, usually described as technological democracy. 


Skelpy project intends to offer a certifying service for wallets in the property circle, ever allowing the use of non-nominative wallets inside the blockchain. 

Because A certified wallet is safer than a non-certified one as it can dispose of ancillary functions and services. and too A certified wallet attests that a specified subject recognized by the system is owner of that wallet; this permits transparency and security in transactions between two subjects. 

And you need to know The wallet certifying process is an irreversible procedure, because to a single wallet can be associated a unique natural or legal subject. Besides, a certified user can have other certified or non-nominative (not certified) wallets. 

WALLET 



The Economy 

SKELPY COIN ECONOMY 
The maximum coin offering will be 70,000,000, with an amount of money placed on the market of 2,000,000.Will be pre-forged, 33,000,000 coins of which 20,000,000 will be used as voters portfolios for 20 associated partners, then the 20,000,000 SKP will be frozen and will not be put into circulation in any way, their only purpose will be that to vote for 20 delegates from the Skelpy network. 

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TEAM 


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