The Project PAI Data Protocol (“PAI Data”) is a specification that extends the Project PAI Blockchain Protocol to include a method of securing and provisioning access to arbitrary data. In the context of PAI Coin Development Proposal (PDP) 2, this paper defines two important transaction types that PAI Data supports: Storage Transactions, which facilitate storage of data and proof of ownership, and Sharing Transactions, designed to enable granting and revocation of data access to designated recipients. A comparative analysis of PAI Data against similar blockchain-based file storage systems is also presented.
Compared with similar blockchain-based file storage systems, PAI Data’s advantages include but not limited to lower barrier to entry for storage providers, more flexibility in storage payment and higher efficiency in data transfer.
PAI Data Protocol Whitepapers
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