Big Data Block and Menlo One Web 3.0 Blockchain Platform Partner to Make Fully Decentralized System
Big Data Block partners with Menlo One to decentralize big data systems
In a bid to decentralize its big data systems, Big Data Block has partnered with Menlo One, a blockchain firm that has built a platform to develop decentralized applications (dApp).
The announcement made on Menlo One’s news blog confirmed a strategic partnership with Big Data Block to provide user-interface frameworks for allowing the decentralization of the Big Data Block application. Menlo One has been an active partner in the dApp industry in the last few months as it has partnered with Civic Network, TDLR and Stox to build projects on the Menlo One blockchain.
The CEO of Menlo One, Matthew Nolan, was delighted at the strategic partnership with Big Data Block as the data company offers Menlo One a new area to venture in the decentralized applications market. Speaking on the partnership, Nolan said,
“We’re thrilled to partner with data focused firms to decentralize onto the blockchain since Big Data Block offers the vision to allow greater data analysis for more people.”
With Menlo One further venturing to the business community, more B2B companies and consumer-based firms are adopting the technology to create secure dApps since the release of the platform earlier in the year.
Speaking on the partnership, Big Data Block CEO, Jason Cohen spoke of the focus of the company to be fully decentralized to which the partnership with Menlo One will allow. He said,
“Big Data Block’s backend is already a fully decentralized system but the front end used by our customers was going to be hosted in a centralized cloud ecosystem until now. Our goal is to be 100% decentralized and Menlo One offers us the ability to move another core component to a fully decentralized system which is fantastic.”
About Menlo One
Menlo One (ONE) is an open sourced framework enabling developers to build and develop decentralized applications at a super-fast pace with a keen interest in effective user functionality.
Blockchain data is cached and indexed on high performance “content nodes” which give dApps the speed users expect from the web, without compromising decentralization. Menlo One uses a proof of reputation consensus mechanism to solve problems involving governance on the system.
About Big Data Block
Big Data Block (BDB) is a tech firm that processes, analyze and store big data on the blockchain.
Through the blockchain technology Big Data Block has been able to democratize big data making its computational analysis accessible, affordable, and secure for its users.