Mar 3 /18 - Blockchain
This time we have some new members in our meeting:
David, from Providence Day School, interested in Aerospace Engineering and Computer Science, thanks David for offering meeting space.
Joey, freshman from Country Day, who is interested in programming and web security.
Left to right: Rocky, Joey, David, Bill, Joseph
This “Hacking Saturday”, we mainly talked about how Blockchain works, based on a module of payment.
Blockchain is really just a secured concept of building up a decentrolized confirmation system.
As the module of how Paypal works, Blockchain is removing the role of Paypal who centrolizes all the data, instead, Blockchain is making every user a “server”, which helps itself to process all the requests or confirmations.
I wished that I have some photos taken for my drawings on the whiteboard, unforturnately I did not….
Sorry guys, next time.
The first Database working on Blockchain, very similar to git.
You can revert by a time point. Every single block contains data, using time point as its identity.
FlureeDB Official Website
We are still looking for a photographer who can take pictures of us.
It does not matter if you are not professional, just let me know if you are interested.