Xuzhi Zhang holds a Master of Finance from Oregon State University. He has worked as an investment manager for Hangzhou WanXiang Trust, and then started Hangzhou Yuhang P2P company and small loan company, Zhishuo.
Haoming Xu is a global visiting scholar at Carnegie Mellon University and a senior computer PhD at Cambridge University, UK. He has served in the Microsoft Research and Development Centre of Europe and the Communication Laboratory of Peking University. His main research areas include machine learning, image processing and bioinformatics. He has written more than 20 papers, which have been published in the journals of SCI and EI.
DAGs are as beautiful as they are efficient. However, the mathematical structure arising from their design creates challenges that need to be addressed before DAGs can be considered as fail-proof as traditional blockchains. Most DAG projects do this by introducing centralzied elements. This post explains how CyberVein solves this while remianing a %100 decentralized network.Read more
With over 50000 new community members joining the CyberVein project, the CVT Airdrop is now officially over. We invite you to join us this Friday, at 14:00 UTC for an Ask Us Anything session.Read more
This month we implemented the CyberVein wallet application. The application communicates with the CyberVein network, creates private\public key pairs and encrypts them with an additional username\password layer. Wallet-account generation and transaction signatures can be performed offline to further protect key pairs.Read more
The BIS conference was our first stop on a month-long Eurotour. This roadshow trip is our first opportunity to present the CyberVein project to an European audience, and so far the reception of our technology and vision has exceeded our expectations.Read more
CyberVein, with its immutable database functionality, adds an entirely new use-case scenario for distributed ledgers in the realm of Supply-Chain management, one providing unprecedented levels of transparency and new tools for automation and economic forecasting.Read more
Sincere collaboration in Science is as much a necessity taken for granted, as it is one of the field’s most challenging aspects. CyberVein’s immutable database network holds the potential of mitigating this conflict by providing tools that make fraud much harder while providing economic models that incentivize and reward earnest cooperation.Read more
Our development team is hard at work to produce the building blocks needed to improve DAG technology to a point where it can serve as a powerful distributed data management tool. You are of course invited to take part in the auditing process and to provide feedback as needed. Please join us on GitHub and participate in the conversation!Read more
To manage smart cities as they are envisioned today, we need high-speed, heavy-duty databases in which information is stored with structure that helps make sense of it. Centralized databases are exceptionally good at this, but when it comes to the data that runs the world (and our own private lives), they are too scary of a solution.Read more
CyberVein is a network of immutable, blockchain-based databases on which information can be securely processed, traded, and shared. As such, the CyberVein network raises storage and processing requirements, no existing blockchain can meet. To solve this, CyberVein improves on DAG technology, introduces a novel resource-conserving consensus mechanism, and modifies the Solidity contracting language to adapt it for the processing and monetisation of vast amounts of data.Read more
To fully realize the potential of the emerging Information Economy, humanity needs to find better methods to incentivise the collection, processing, and trade of data, while protecting against fraud and data-breaches. CyberVein’s decentralized database network provides both the technology to store and process complex databases in an immutable, secure and distributed network, and crypto-economic monetisation mechanisms to incentivise the maintenance of large data sets in the public domain.Read more