PAI-Data is a file storage service that encrypts and agnostically stores data on networks like BitTorrent, IPFS, and AWS using the PDP2 protocol specification 2. It is already being used for PAI services like PAIPass. Presently, the PAI-Data protocol has been applied to PAI services such as PAIPass, and is providing Uncle Saba’s with supply chain management and product traceability services.
The PAI-Data service is recommended by PAI developer Mr. Alex Waters and developed in cooperation with PAI core contributors. Mr. Alex Waters is an early member of the Bitcoin ecosystem and has been working full-time in blockchain technology since 2010. His past projects include co-founding and serving as the CEO of Bitcoin payment company Coin.co. Alex cofounded Coin Apex, one of the earliest digital currency and blockchain research organizations. He also held positions in the Bitcoin Core development open source projects BitInstant and itBit.
This poll is to see whether the PAI community is interested in a subscription / pay-for-what-you-use service for secure personal data / file storage. Similar in concept to existing cloud storage services – a simple interface would allow users to upload files in a secure way – whereby those files are encrypted, stored redundantly, and made highly accessible via the PAI blockchain. PAI plans to use technologies such as IPFS or BitTorrent as the underlying system support for this service.
If this sounds appealing to you, please participate in this poll and leave your comments / questions in the survey link below: