Open service platform based on DAG protocol
Business solutions by consortium blockchains
Customized technical solution development
Project operation and maintenance
Big data computing platform with privacy protection
Computational logic compilation
Encryption algorithms support
Big data security solutions
Big data analysis
Business model and business scenario study
Technical solution feasibility study
Joint data analysis
Double-layer chain design (DAG on the upper layer, blockchain on the bottom layer)
Miners compete for committee membership through mining (PoW)
The committee re-elects every 15 minutes, and members change dynamically.
Committee members use PBFT to reach consensus on one Key Unit every 7 seconds to confirm transactions in Units.
Gravity is designed based on DAG-structure, with a combination of PoW and PBFT consensuses. It takes the security and efficiency advantages of the two and ensures the convergence of DAG-structure. In the meantime, the transactions happen extremely fast on the whole network. The confirmation speed, in other words, the block generation speed, can reach 7s.
A secure and efficient cross-chain protocol that provides an interface to consortium blockchains to realize value interconnection between different blockchains.
Compatible with quantum-resistant and ordinary signature encryption modules to secure accounts.
Efficient system scheduling achieved by system bus design.
A new smart contract based on the DAG-structure that supports application extensions.
User services: secure and efficient point-to-point value exchange; gradation wallet with quantum-resistance; smart contract templates with DAG-structure; source tracking of on-chain information such as transactions and products; etc.
Developer services: blockchain knowledge learning; actual application scenario experience; detailed code examples; smart contract center and scripting tools; comprehensive underlying service components (support elliptic curve algorithms such as ecdsa, ed25519, secp256k1, and Sha3 hash algorithm; Badger DB Database; information synchronization based on Gsync module; API for consortium blockchain applications based on cross-chain protocol; etc).
Enterprise services: rapid development of enterprise's proprietary blockchain application, utilizing underlying service components and platform features; real-world enterprise cases references; blockchain technical support; design adaptive blockchain application ecosystems in business scenarios.
Secure Multi-party Computation (sMPC) is a collaborative computation by a group of participants that do not trust each other, without revealing each one's input. sMPC needs to ensure that inputs are independent, calculation results correct and inputs not disclosed to calculation participants.
Dazzle Collider is a data information marketplace based on privacy protection. Under the premise of data security, it helps users find data providers to analyze private data while keeping the analysis process confidential. It can also assist with the compiling of the private smart contracts on the blockchain, which all contribute to the appreciation and capitalization of the data.
Store data securely; and work with data demanders to achieve win-win outcomes while protecting privacy.
Initiate the sMPC along with the data provider; analyses are done in private and without knowledge of data themselves.
Provide sMPC algorithm framework to connect data demanders to data providers swiftly and facilitate the cooperation between the two.
Calculations with sources and traces being private based on sMPC to protect the data privacy.
Reduce the commercial value of data theft and make joint data calculation feasible.
sMPC based on the distributed storage system in combination with blockchain open platform; provide private smart contract scripting tools and encrypted blockchain storage; etc.
Project modules and mechanism of the blockchain can be configured with flexibility according to the actual business scenario, thus to maximize adaptability.
A large amount of personal and business data are often stored in government systems. Many commercial organizations need this information for business purposes. However the government do not want data to be leaked or copied; in the meantime, commercial organizations are also reluctant, in some cases, to reveal its query conditions to the government. In this regard, secure data query can be done through secure multi-party computation. The solution in this scenario can also be applied to business competition, data collaboration, and other fields.
A cross-organization co-operation or the operation of multinational companies often requires data from multiple data sources, before piecing them together into full-scale data for analysis. Existing data analysis algorithms may lead to privacy exposure or a transfer of data ownership. By applying secure multi-party computation, data can be calculated without the raw data to be collected and shared, which ensures the privacy and asset security of the target data owner.
Blockchain technology can effectively streamline processes and improve operational efficiency, tackling information opacity and tampering issues before they take their toll. It can help in recording students information across regions and schools. By providing a convenient way to track all the positive and negative of a student, blockchain technology can bring more incentives to students with good track records and thus build a conducive credit ecosystem.
An incomplete student credit system, limited data dimensions, and a lack of historical data chain and efficient verification.
Schools and employers lack tools to defend against academic fraud and resume dishonesty.
Blockchain features distributed storage, anti-tampering, and easy traceability. Knowledge creators can capitalize their contribution this by uploading their contents to the blockchain and claim ownership. During this process, more opportunities are made for the fair distribution and creation of knowledge capitals. There will be no more intermediary exploitation which can be found in traditional knowledge industries. Therefore a virtuous knowledge economic ecosystem can be constructed.
A single form of knowledge capitalization and lack of quantitative standards.
Technical issues and information gaps make it difficult to determine the ownership of knowledge capitals.
Exploitation by intermediaries and a lack of effective incentives in the market.
Blockchain can generate a unique and non-temperable proof of existence for the ownership information of every original work and is able to record and track every authorization and transfer of the copyright. In this way, blockchain technology utilizes how works are managed and can provide evidence for various types of disputes.
Difficulty in copyrights protection as well as copyright dispute settlement and high litigation cost.
Traditional copyright registration and review cycles take forever.
Traditional copyright registration fees are costly.
As everything is traceable and tampering-resistant on blockchains, information added onto the blockchain will be permanently stored once verified, which provides a sound solution to data attestation, data verification, and historical circulation inquiry. Blockchain also enables point-to-point value transfer without any particular physical tickets or bills. Transactions are more efficient while the chances of human errors are minimized.
Fake tickets due to fraudulent documents.
Tickets overselling and discontinuous endorsements.
Excessive human interventions lead to errors and losses.
Ticket verification is difficult to perform and costly.
The decentralization and distributed ledger characteristics of the blockchain will enable nodes to share risk control information, which will further eliminate isolated information islands in the industry and constitute an automatic risk early warning mechanism. In the meantime, business processes can be simplified, leading to a comprehensive improvement to the operational efficiency of financial investments.
Limited market data collection channels and questionable data authenticity.
Isolated islands of information; information gap between credit investigation institutions and users.
Serious data security issues.
Privacy issues brought by data federation.
In joint credit investigation, sMPC provides capabilities in secure multi-party computation, customizable calculation logic templates, and various interfaces. In this way, credit investigation result can be delivered to demand-side without data being collected and shared among sources.
This system can also meet various auditing needs by storing encrypted original data in itself.
A community blockchain alliance can be build, which consists of community members, "fast neighborhood" (community services), community investors and community partners. Token is used for rapid settlements within the alliance. In the same manner, token can be used for promotions and awards, payment, or as gifts to friends. Via smart contracts, the community rewards contributors by certain rules, and thus forms an autonomous smart community that uses token as the media and features participation, interaction, transmission, rewards and settlements.
Not enough customer flow among businesses and thus an alliance cannot form.
Community members are not attached to the community, resulting in low user adhesiveness.
High CAC and inactive community.
Long settlement periods and high costs between community members.
Blockchain can capitalize logistics commodities. As information on blockchain is traceable and tampering-resistant, the ownership of the logistics commodity capitals can be confirmed, tracked and falsified throughout the logistics chain. As a decentralized distributed ledger, the blockchain is more conducive to the interoperability of enterprises in the entire logistics chain. Funds circulate more efficiently and swiftly through the ecosystem channels, while SMEs have a better environment to develop.
High cost and low efficiency in traditional logistics industries.
Authenticity and security issues of logistics information.
High cost in trusting upstream and downstream logistics enterprises and heavy dependency on trustworthy third parties.
Difficulties for SMEs in financing and loans.
Blockchain technology makes data transparent between parties of transactions. In this way a complete and streamlined flow of information is formed across the supply chain. It can further better the financing environment of supply chain enterprises, by facilitating the information interactions between the financing side and financier side. Financial institutions loans can be processed more efficiently to lower the financing cost of enterprises, ushering in a brand new supply chain finance ecosystem. All in all it will facilitate the sound development of the entire ecosystem.
A serious long tail effect, resulting in financing difficulties and costs for SMEs.
Opacity in industry information chain. Financial institutions are not able to verify transactions effectively.
Slow credit transfer in core enterprises, which generally can only meet the financing needs of Tier 1 suppliers.
One of the primary applications of the blockchain, as a distributed ledger, is storing data. By utilizing blockchain to store personal health data, patients have control over their data and can use them as the basis for personal health plans as well as for searching for different doctors.
Frequent leaks of patients' privacy.
Poor data integrity and security of personal medical data resulted from conventional paperwork, adding difficulties to queries.
When integrated with medicine supply chain, blockchain can record all medicines information from pharmaceutical manufacturers, distributors, and medical institutions. It can maximize the traceability of medicine, and to the greatest extent ensure the medication safety of patients. The safety issues of the pharmaceutical industry will be fundamentally changed for the better.
Drug theft and counterfeit drug sales.
Difficulties in discovery and tracking of unqualified medicines.
As a decentralized database, the blockchain can record, verify and update the information generated by patients during medical consultations. It is more secure than conventional data servers and can attract better involvement from health data regulators. Via blockchain, access control to protected medical information can be ensured during medical data interactions, in order to secure the data's authenticity and integrity.
Access control to protected medical information during medical data interactions, in order to protect data's authenticity and integrity.
Information gaps among hospitals, insurance companies and research institutes leading to ineffective communications.
Poor security on sensitive information and the privacy of patients are compromised.
Cross-institutional consultation is too difficult to operate and too costly.
In the meantime, sMPC provides a data interaction system between different medical institutions based on privacy protection,
which includes indexing, querying, exchanging, tracking and standardization of data. It can realize inter-institutional data interconnection,
and tremendously reduce medical information transaction friction and transaction costs.
sMPC also serves as an effective interaction channel for data owners and demanders, to form a win-win service network for both sides.
As blockchain features time-stamps, tamper-resistance, and traceability, it can satisfy the needs of targeted poverty reduction through accurate identification and methodological aids, in order to make sure poverty reductions measure and precisely in place. Each of the review processes for poverty reduction fund can be recorded on blockchain as well. Therefore it is easy to find the particular person to account for if any problem arises in any links.
Extensive poverty reduction has many drawbacks, including insufficient feedback information, which is in-conducive to the revision and adjustment of policies.
Multiple levels of review approvals make traditional poverty reduction inefficient.
Traditional poverty reduction is difficult to regulate and are prone to corruption.
The blockchain is a distributed database, so it can make sure the database in various missing person organizations are accurate and consistent. In this way, parties within the blockchain network access the same data. There will be no discrepancies and inaccuracies, which makes missing persons operations more accurate and intuitive. Also, blockchain synchronizes information to all nodes. Missing persons information can be transmitted to the whole network in an instant, significantly expanding the scope of information transmission.
Information gaps between many spontaneous organizations without integrated management, resulting in low success rate in missing person efforts.
Organizations are all on their own. Efforts from society are not concentrated.
Isolated islands of information. Missing persons information has limited channels to spread.
Charity Donation Blockchain As a decentralized distributed ledger, it solves the mutual trust problem of strangers. Each participant in the blockchain network has its own account book, and security tampering can ensure the donation record. Without being modified, its traceability features ensure that donors know exactly where their money is going and provide better supervision for charitable causes.
Difficulty in the disclosure of donation information and usage, resulting in distrust from society.
Rampant embezzlements and difficulties in supervision.
Donation information disclosure is too late and difficult to present in real time.
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Head of Innovation Center
17 years experience in software developing. Served for IBM and SHIE. Started proprietary consortium underlying blockchain development in 2016.
Senior Big Data Engineer
Senior Blockchain System Engineer
DAG Head of Product
17 years experience in software developing. Served for IBM and SHIE. Started proprietary consortium underlying blockchain development in 2016.
ApeChain Head of Product
sMPC Head of Product
Senior developer with over 10 years in finance sector. Worked in IBM for 13 years.
Senior Application Engineer
Head of Business Project & Production
Senior Big Data Engineer
Shanghai Dazzle Magnet Information Technology Co., Ltd. is an IT innovation company with backgrounds in blockchain technologies. The company is committed to the R&D of blockchain technologies and their innovative applications.
Dazzle Magnet boasts a robust background in both academic research, business consultation, as well as strong R&D and management capabilities. Alongside with an adviser team of blockchain standardization experts of Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and senior professors in cryptography and computation of Shanghai Jiaotong University, the company also has a core development team consisting of experts from IBM, experienced system architects and application architects in blockchain technologies, and a group of zealous blockchain developers. Dazzle Magnet strives to provide a complete set of industry-depth blockchain-based solutions on product planning, R&D, testing, operation, and maintenance to users of all sectors. We are deeply familiar with pain points and user habits, and are able to serve numerous enterprise users from their specific needs of different sectors.
Dazzle Magnet has already developed a blockchain underlying system -- Dazzle Gravity, which is based on DAG-structure and runs an innovative consensus mechanism. At the same time, we have independently researched, designed, and developed a fully controllable consortium chain underlying system -- ApeChain, on which a business attestation scenario application has already been developed and delivered. Dazzle Magnet is also cooperating with top universities for the algorithm development in secure multi-party computation (sMPC), an effort to build an open service platform on the premise of privacy protection.
Dazzle Magnet has established itself as an industry leader in blockchain and sMPC both domestically and internationally, thanks to its competitive development capabilities, innovations, as well as its professionalism, efficiency, and quality in product deployment. Dazzle Magnet has been admitted as a board member of Trusted Blockchain Alliance of CAICT and has reached strategic cooperation with Guoan Silicon Valley Laboratory.