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Is RecordsKeeper a Storage, Database or Blockchain?
RecordsKeeper is a key-value pair based database running on Blockchain. It stores every record as a key-value pair as a part of XRK transaction. In another way, you can consider it an amalgamation of all the three (Storage, Database & Blockchain) as it offers storage as a Database over the public Blockchain.
How RecordsKeeper is different from Storj, Filecoin and Siacoin?
RecordsKeeper is based on a simple mechanism to utilize the transaction size to store your data as compared to other 3rd parties which use rental of Hard Drives for other users to create a network of storage. RecordsKeeper Blockchain is based on Key-Value pairs and reduce the overhead to get space from other parties.
How RecordsKeeper works?
RecordsKeeper allows the user to upload data (in key-value pair format) over the Blockchain with ease and in a single XRK transaction. Users can upload multiple entries in the form of key-value pairs, but it has to be one pair per transaction. RecordsKeeper is a pubic Blockchain, and it also allows the users to retrieve the uploaded data by the users using the key. The cost of Data upload is calculated as per the data size and awarded to the miners in the form of XRK.
What is the cost of publishing records?
The current fees for publishing records is 0.1 XRK/KByte of data. This can vary as per the supply and demand.
Where can I read RecordsKeeper Whitepaper?
You can check out the RecordsKeeper whitepaper from here
How RecordsKeeper is different from traditional storage?
Since RecordsKeeper is Public Blockchain, it consists of several decentralized nodes (aka Servers) which verify each transaction while adding a new Block into the Blockchain. Each node participates in administration: all nodes verify new additions to the blockchain and are capable of entering new data into the RecordsKeeper. Traditional Database allows the modification of data, but with RecordsKeeper Blockchain the data is secured and cannot be tampered, altered or modified once published & conf
How to verify published records?
To verify the published records, you can get the data using the key from RecordsKeeper Blockchain then compare it with your locally stored record. If both the records match exactly then your records integrity, immutability has been maintained in your local storage. If it is not, then it means that someone has tampered the local records.
In Which Country RecordsKeeper is Registered?
RecordsKeeper is a registered limited company with the name “RecX Technologies Limited,” in Gibraltar which is a British Overseas Territory located at the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula.
Can we upload an entire file on RecordsKeeper?
Technically it is possible, but it is not recommended. A file can have multiple amounts of raw data which will not form the information you need to secure and will cost you a lot of in-terms of XRK fees. It is highly recommended to upload the textual juice of the file or record in the structures textual data like JSON/XML. In any case, the max size of record published can be up to the maximum size of 2 MB per XRK transaction. Alternatively, If you wish to upload files much much larger like 5 GB
Why RecordsKeeper is important?
RecordsKeeper is important because It allows you to publish up to 8MB of data in key-value pair format to the public Blockchain as an immutable storage/database. It is almost impossible to create such records in centralized technologies. For uploading or publishing the data, you have to pay fees in XRK coins which get delivered to the miners. Your data is recorded onto the RecordsKeeper Blockchain as a part of transaction & which you can retrieve it any time in future for free using record key o
What is unique about RecordsKeeper?
RecordsKeeper is unique in its way as high-end Encryption & Blockchain Technology power it, & RecordsKeeper Public Blockchain allows anyone to create verifiable & immutable records which are not possible in traditional technologies like MySQL, Oracle, MSSQL, etc. It can also be seen as a tool to generate a Proof-of-Existence, Proof-of-Authenticity & Proof-of-Integrity of a file, record, JSON/XML Object, document, certificate, degree on Blockchain.
How many tx/sec RecordsKeeper can confirm?
The minimum average size of the transaction in RecordsKeeper is 250 bytes, and the maximum size of Block is 8 MB (8388608 bytes). Thus you can have up to 33554 transactions per Block on an average. The average Block time is 15 seconds. So you can have up to 2236 transaction/sec. But this is considering if we have all the smallest size transaction. If the transaction size is higher, this number can go down.
What are the fundamental use case of RecordsKeeper?
RecordsKeeper can be used to create permanent records or data objects (JSON, XML, String, File, bytes, etc.). This fundamental nature of RecordsKeeper can be utilized in Healthcare Record Keeping, Supply-chain Management System, Manufacturing Industry, Academic Degree verification, Land Record Keeping, Govt ID verification System and many more. Please note wherever there is a need to make data objects immutable & openly verifiable, records keeper can be used.
How RecordsKeeper is different from Blockchain DB?
RecordsKeeper offers an ease of access to the Database. You can use the JSON RPC commands to interact with Blockchain which keeps the RecordsKeeper in line with the Bitcoin Blockchain.
What are the RecordsKeeper Blockchain specification?
The RecordsKeeper specifications are as follows: Avg Block Size: 250 bytes Max Block Size: 8 MB Avg Block Frequency: 15 seconds Mining Algorithm: POW Premined Tokens: 50 Million XRK Mining Reward: 10 XRK Max Transaction Size: 4 MB Max OP_RETURN Transaction Size: 2 MB