Blockcloud Signs a Strategic Agreement with ARPA for Blockchain Privacy and Security Benefits
Blockcloud, a Blockchain-powered TCP/IP architecture that offers constant connection for modern, dynamic networks, has just partnered with ARPA.
The strategic corporation agreement will bring together the enterprises and Blockchain-based data security solutions firm and Blockcloud for a mutual benefit.
About Blockcloud and ARPA
Blockcloud is built on an idea of uniting the benefits that Blockchain has with future internet technology. It basically creates a global underlying network system that is aimed at leveraging the Blockcloud while enhancing mobility, credibility, fairness and scalability.
ARPA, on the other hand, is a business-oriented data security solutions provider, focusing on businesses and Blockchain firms. Their state-of-the-art cryptography and Blockchain technology is harnessed to help enterprises to get data integration, data sharing and data analysis on a multi-party scale. It does this while, at the same time, ensuring user data is safe and private.
How it will benefit them
The cooperation agreement will help ARPA to employ Blockcloud’s cutting-edge, Blockchain-based internet technology to enhance its services.
Basically, it will use it to improve their efficiency in data transmission in a bigger and more dynamic scale, while boosting the need for privacy in their regular computing services.
Blockcloud also expects to use the strategic partnership in its efforts to offer secure and reliable data sharing services on its application layer network. According to the Blockcloud team, their association will provide mutual benefits in their respective industries. They believe that this partnership would significantly help in improving the stability and stability of the internet across the world.