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Opacity (OPQ) Historical Price & Volume Charts
|Mkt. Cap||USD 1,290,929||Volume 24H||USD 6,192|
|Mkt. Share||0.00 %||Available Supply||84,921,937|
|Change % (1H)||-5.12 %||Max Supply||0|
|Change % (24H)||-13.02 %||Total Supply||130,000,000|
|Change % (7D)||-27.46 %||Proof|
|Algorithm||Upated: 3 months ago|
Opacity Historical Data
Will Storing Files on Cryptocurrency Blockchains become Popular? Siacoin Vs Opacity
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Opacity (OPQ) Reviews & Critics
Blockchain fusing with cloud storage to create immutable, private, and decentralized cloud storage seems like an ideal combination but why is it not popular yet ....
- No project that plays favorites to save their own team members private investments will ever be viewed as a serious project. See. SIA
- I have been thinking for few years now that it would absolutely be possible to create an actual, functional and worth while crypto based cloud storage solution. None seem to be getting there however.You need full CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) and preferrably even a POSIX compliance layer. You need high speed, high tolerance access. These are not easy, but far from unsolvable issues. You need sidechains per storage object, you need to have lightning network type setup for downloads (Uploader streams data, downloader streams crypto), you need verifiability of storing the data, and not highly restrictive only X copies system. To verify the data, you need to include proof of storage on a block (perhaps TX like entry on the block), but that needs to also be verifiable in future yet not copyable, yet have it possible for data to disappear. Someone who wants to store OBJECT X, would commit Y amount of coins for storing data for Z period. This Y amount would be split evenly among all of whom stores piece of the data, according to the time they are storing, and who wants to store it could commit more later to store it further. Hosters would get that data "downloaded for free" for hosting, and when someone downloads it from them they get paid for their bandwidth. A data replace function needs to be implemented, that will allow modifications, and i would assume this same function could offer data deletion. Thus create, read, update and delete has been implemented, and implementing full POSIX compliance can be just additional metadata and/or functionality.Hosters could have algos and scripts determining what kind of data they want to emphasize according to their resources, ie. they could grab copies of most popular data (and paying for downloading), thus the popular data gets also more redundancy, or they could choose to get only newly offered data which they can get for free.Each piece of data would need to be it's own sidechain, which can even be neglected or forgotten over time with no hindrance on the main blockchain and still keep backwards verifiability - which is the difficult bit when you have no original data for verifiability (some kind of merkle tree might solve this!) for space saving reasons.SIA/Storj is a joke. I need to look into Opacity if it's any better.Guys who made InterPlanetary File System also made Filecoin, an total ICO scam made at the height of the boom. Sad, technically it looked promising but it's arranged in 100% scam fashion, triggering every possible SCAM ALERT signal.
- This technology is the future. Goggle, Amazon, apple charge like 20-30 a month lol.