What Is Placeholders?
In Placeholders, artifacts are tracked via a distributed node graph database. The developers of this project have a huge distributed ledger, which is used to track data artifacts. They have put in place proper plans to ensure this happens flawlessly. Every artefact will be tracked and authenticated and all verified data communicated via their network. All the data is managed via a blockchain, which can be passive or active in nature.
- Track and authenticate all data artifacts
- Enhance the clients’ ability to interact with the platform using simplified protocols
- Promote access across the network and the platform
How Placeholders Blockchain Distributed Ledger Artifact Tracking Works
Both public and private key encryption will be used for this project. As a result, it will be possible to send and receive information asynchronously. When the node is online, the Network can be accessed with ease.
On the blockchain, data is not just stored but it can also be executed. The process of loading, sending, receiving, and retrieving data is distributed in parallel or in series. However, everything runs on the blockchain. The data can then be tracked, shared, and stored.
The Placeh platform will perform verification and authentication of the transit and origin of data. This data interchanging is what makes the artifacts portable to any point on the network in all the nodes. This platform promises to be safe from anywhere in the retrieval of data whenever there is an internet connection.