What is BlockBase
Platform for secure and distributed storage of databases
Uses an economic model to bind service requesters and service providers
Built on EOS
Applies blockchain paradigms for secure distributed database storage services
All data is client-side encrypted and server-side searchable, without disclosing anything about what it contains
Uses blockchain for logging all changes, which are digitally signed, assuring authenticity and non-repudiation
Is horizontally scalable, supports unlimited users and is resilient to shortages, human error and attacks
How BlockBase Works
Service requesters that need to safely store databases. All data is encrypted and decrypted on the client side.
Follows some of the strategies of CryptBD.
Service providers that want to benefit from providing the software.
Two smart contracts that manage all operations and financial accounting.
First 2 years of distribution
Marketing and sales
BlockBase Airgrab #2 Distribution Results
The token distribution for airgrab #2 will start tomorrow, on December 11, around 10:00 EST. We had again many abusive registrations, similar to what happened on airgrab #1. As said before, the goal of BlockBase’s airgrab is to have a fair and broad distribution of tokens. Registration abuse isn’t in any way aligned with the goal of that distribution model. Therefore, all accounts marked as abusive won’t receive any tokens and won’t be able to register on future airgrabs.Read the full post >
December 10, 2019
BlockBase Year One in Review
BlockBase has earned its deserved attention on the EOS community and on the tech media this first year of project development. Being an innovative project for the secure storage of databases on blockchain, that was also funded by the EU, and that brought a new airgrab model for its token, brought a lot of interest from the public. Many things have happened during the last year.Read the full post >
November 27, 2019
BlockBase Airgrab #1 Distribution Results
Today, BlockBase started the distribution of BBT tokens for airgrab #1. We had many abusive registrations and in order to protect the goal of having a fair and broad distribution of tokens, we had to resort to not transferring tokens to all accounts that were marked as abusive. Find the current distribution results here.Read the full post >
November 11, 2019