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Blockchain Tecnology

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The invention of blockchain empowers people even more and challenges the insidious culture of ownership and control.

Why do you need to know about blockchain technology?

Blockchain is a concrete tool to regain what seems to have disappeared in the actions of everyday life: trust.

“Come distinguiamo un prodotto originale da uno clonato, verificare se è sicuro o contraffatto, conoscere il legittimo proprietario di un bene o l’origine di una materia prima?”

CERTIFICATION REGISTRATION

It is a function performed by an accredited figure recognised by the community, such as a notary public.

DECENTRALISATION

This process helps the need to create multiple copies of a piece of information in order to preserve it from destruction.

PROTOCOL

The pact governing the blockchain and the network of users, understood as a set of servers, hardware and public IPs.

VISIBILITY OF TECHNOLOGY

The process that restores trust between the parties: the possibility of verifying recorded and archived data.

WHY YOU NEED TO KNOW
BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY?

The Trust

EN Group owns blockchain technology The blockchain is a concrete tool to regain what seems to have disappeared in the actions of everyday life: trust. "How do we distinguish an original product from a cloned one, verify whether it is safe or counterfeit, know the legitimate owner of a good or the origin of a raw material?" We lack a tool that allows us to verify this irrefutably. The EN Group has blockchain technology, which uses a system of duplicated and shared records. It was created for one purpose: to restore trust between parties.

The Blockchain Process

Community - Consensus -Decentralisation
To understand how blockchain works, let us start with a definition: blockchain records everything that can be identified in a digital data (goods, products, services, works of art, intellectual property, personal identities, etc.) and makes it immutable, indestructible and publicly verifiable. This technology has a structure rooted in a public community, i.e. a network of users interconnected with their own hardware, represented by PCs and/or SERVERs. It is in this community that data registration, consensus and decentralisation are developed.

THE FIRST PILLAR

The first action is the registration/transcription

The first action is the registration and transcription of the data within the blockchain. This is a function that is generally performed by an accredited and community-recognised figure, such as a notary public.
“How does the blockchain perform this function?”

The registration/certification of data is entrusted to the community of interconnected users, who provide the blockchain technology with public IPs, understood as the physical addresses of their PCs or devices. The recognition of
IPs is done through hardware, called SpeedBoxServer, which performs the triple action of registration, decentralisation and data storage. Each user has similar or dedicated hardware.

The Trust

The process that restores trust between the parties 

The process that restores trust between the parties is represented by the visibility of the technology, understood as the possibility of verifying the recorded and archived data.
Each piece of data will bear the public keys and IP numbers involved in the recording. But at this point the question that arises is:
“what data can we entrust to the blockchain and what use will we make of it?”
The fields of operation of blockchain are many, from industrial production to the healthcare sector, via artwork and intellectual creations. All areas that demand verifiability and protection of products, goods and services have the possibility to make use of blockchain. Below we see how the transfer of trust is transmitted practically and physically.

“How do we distinguish an original product from a cloned one, verify whether it is safe or counterfeit, know the rightful owner of a good or the origin of a raw material?”

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