About Revolution Populi (RVP)
Revolution Populi (RVP) propose a unique and elegant roundtrip structure for a blockchain architecture which is both groundbreaking and simple. Social net (or any app) → server (e.g. EC2 or a decentralized server, it’ll be up to the app) → API → RevPop layer-1 → pointer → storage → API → server → social net (or any DApp).
We’ve devised a method that can combine decentralization, security and speed. This layer-1 is a database enabling users to have control and ownership over their data, with other elements of the infrastructure residing off-chain to enable fast throughput. This, combined with an innovation on the Proof Of Stake consensus mechanism, would allow this layer-1 to service users at scale.
Revolution Populi (RVP) Storage Key Points
|Coin Name||Revolution Populi|
|Circulating Supply||1.20B RVP|
|Source Code||Click Here To View Source Code|
|Explorers||Click Here To View Explorers|
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|Whitepaper||Click Here To View|
|Official Project Website||Click Here To Visit Project Website|
Users would be able to provide access to individual apps (any DApp) as they choose. The access provisions and other data and content can be recorded on the layer-1 blockchain. Each app accessing the blockchain database is responsible for choosing their own method of serving data. And data could be fetched only if the user allows access. Apps would pay the DAO fees, much in the way they’d otherwise pay a Software as a Service (SaaS) database provider.
A protocol based on dPOS “delegated Proof Of Stake” can achieve a robust transactions per second (TPS) rate – using either dPOS itself, or something accretive innovative such as our plan for rdPOS “random delegated Proof Of Stake”.
Because this layer-1 is really just a decentralized data facility, transaction speeds can be lightning fast by comparison. Simply put, the mainnet doesn’t get clogged up by a bunch of unnecessary traffic. With this new layer-1, there is just a distributed, decentralized database for different apps to connect into and to share data decentrally, and yet commonly, without betraying or compromising the user’s data.
The structure includes the Core Blockchain based and a cloud storage “starter kit”. The starter kit is for “ease of demo” purposes, and uses a standard mainstream commercial storage just for these purposes. The end system can employ a secure and decentralized storage system (or even multiple systems) such as the InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) or some other similar module or modules. More generally, any app will be able to employ different storages.
Applications would be installed on a user’s device. The dWallet app creates a blockchain wallet for the user. All app data, except the wallet keys, can then be synchronized between devices using cloud. Applications can communicate with the blockchain directly or through an app server. They can read data from the blockchain as well as from the cloud storage (or decentralized storage, as the case may be). Restricted information can only be unlocked from the user’s device, or the application server (but only if explicit permission is granted).
Many different services can be implemented on top of this new layer-1 in a way that is secure, well-functioning, and that fore mostly honors data sovereignty. © 2021 Revolution Populi Limited Disclaimer: This paper is meant to advance discussions and provide some technical guidance, and is not meant to promote any token sales or equity investment by or in Revolution Populi Limited or any of its affiliates or subsidiaries. This paper is in draft form and may change over time.
- Blockchain A decentralized blockchain database with user controls.
- DeFi & Crypto Clearing Crypto clearing, with yield generating settlements.
- Community An open ecosystem for apps, from social to games to financial.
- Platform for Social Nets Blockchain compatible open source social net components for multiple social nets to bloom.