Blockchain explorers use a database and tables to store all blockchain in a searchable way.
FREMONT, CA: Crown Sterling, a forerunner in personal data sovereignty technology, has launched its Blockchain Explorer, which gets incorporated into the Polkadot Explorer.
Crown Sterling blockchain system is the first to provide quantum-resistant, one-time pad encryption as a state transition function option. In addition, crown Sterling developed the Data Bill of Rights as the Genesis block within its blockchain earlier this year, proclaiming digital assets to be the intangible property of the original inventor.
Blockchain explorers use a database and tables to store all blockchain in a searchable way. As a result, an explorer will first use a node interface to retrieve all data in a specific blockchain. It then saves the data in easily searchable tables after obtaining it.
An explorer provides a user interface that allows users to search for information. An explorer may employ a relational database, a SQL database, or an API in terms of technology.
"I would like to congratulate our talented programmers. This is another major milestone toward our goal of personal data Sovereignty for the world," commented Robert E. Grant, CEO, and Founder, Crown Sterling.
Polkadot was chosen by Crown Sterling because of its fast speed and concurrent transactions, as well as its configurable encryption layer, making it suitable as a future generation NFT and quantum-resistant blockchain. They hope to become the platform via which individuals can support the evolution of digital asset authorization, monetization, and ownership.
"We are excited to pioneer the applicability of blockchain technology to create positive change and evolve the current system of data capture, protection and control. The benefits of participating in the Polkadot ecosystem are beyond comprehensible given the nature of the technology they have created. We look forward to continuing our mission in this space, not only in encryption and blockchain, but also in human rights," commented Jesse Lurie, CTO, Crown Sterling.