Co-inventor of the Internet Talks Disappointment about Internet and Hope for Parallel Blockchain

On November 14th, parallel blockchain pioneer Paralism will soon go to the United States to attend the global blockchain expo in Silicon Valley. What changes will the parallel blockchain bring to the entire industry? Previously, the inventor of the TCP/IP protocol, Robert.E. Kahn,  will talk with founder Shi Xingguo.

Turing Award winner Robert.E. Kahn is the inventor of the TCP/IP protocol. In October 1972, he first demonstrated to the world the ARPAnet network of 40 hosts connected. This is what we know about the Internet, now on the Internet. With billions of equipment connected to support the trillion-dollar industry, Robert.E. Kahn has been hailed as the father of the Internet.

The Internet has become the cornerstone of human civilization, and Robert.E. Kahn is not satisfied with this achievement. At a private party, Robert.E. Kahn confessed to the founder of the hyperblock Shi Xingguo. “The development of the Internet is not successful,” Robert said. “I originally thought that TCP/IP would doing very well over the years, but it didn’t.”

Robert.E. Kahn believes that the Internet protocol he designed in the past realized the connection between computers all over the world, but in the subsequent development, it has stopped here. “IP-based connectivity is a machine-to-machine (device-oriented) connection, and our real goal for humans is the connection between information (data-oriented),” Robert said. He expects technology development to move toward data during the development process. The development of oriented connections, if things are as he expects, then many problems on the Internet today, such as privacy anxiety, traffic hegemony, data monopoly, etc. will not arise.

In the face of problems, Robert.E. Kahn decided not to wait any longer. The wise old man is not old and returns to the front line of innovation, designing a Digital Object Architecture (DOA) architecture for digital connectivity for the future Internet. Based on this architecture, we will have direct access to specific data in the future, without being limited to any one service operator. But Robert E. Kahn also confessed that the connections between physical machines are protected by physical rules, so security is easy to protect, and data connections face many challenges. In this regard, he is very optimistic about the credibility of the blockchain technology.

However, blockchain technology cannot meet the needs of larger scales in terms of scalability and interactivity, and Robert is not optimistic about the performance improvement of the alliance chain by sacrificing neutrality. When it comes to parallel blockchain Hyperchain technology, Robert is keen to point out that parallelism is the most promising solution, but parallel technology faces many problems. He was interested in discussing the details with Shi Xingguo. After understanding the patent parallel algorithm of the superblock chain, Robert is pleased to say that this is a structural level change, which is a fundamental solution to the problem, and DOA The philosophy is very consistent!

The hyperchain is the pioneer of the parallel blockchain. The Hyperchain technology based on the Buddy consensus algorithm was first proposed and implemented. The development of the verification system was completed as early as 2017. At the end of 2018, Paralism, a parallel digital economic platform supported by super-chain technology, went live and has already accepted applications from copyright, finance, social, real estate and other industries.

At the blockchain expo in Silicon Valley, Paralism will participate in the “blockchain commercial phase”section with IBM, R3, VMware, etc., and deliver the keynote speech “Value Independence and Value Interconnection: Business Innovation in Paralism”. Shi Xingguo will interpret how the parallel blockchain brings innovation to commercialization from a new perspective of value independence and value interconnection. It revolves around why the real world needs parallel chain infrastructure, parallel chain technology characteristics and how developers and enterprises access parallel chains. The system and other aspects explore the practicality of the parallel chain, and will simultaneously release the driving issues of Paralism in the commercial landing. We can now imagine the blockchain chain “TCP/IP” as the role? What kind of new things will self-service commercial and informatized numbers grow in Paralism? We will get the answer on  November 14!