Neurocable – Whitepaper

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WHAT IS A NEUROCABLE?

#1  DISTRIBUTED

#2  DIGITAL DOUBLE-ENTRY BOOK KEEPING

#3  DRIVEN BY ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

#4  ONE-WAY HASHED

#5  TIME STAMPED DOWN TO AT LEAST MICROSECOND LEVEL

#6  DANGEROUS FOR HACKERS TO HACK

Neurocable architecture is based on a 3DHashmap structure, which is a distributed, digital double-entry bookkeeping with Artificial Intelligence at the core where it helps the entire architecture to take on extremely high flow of transactions while maintaining its security without any sacrifices on safety.

This architecture is not limited to Peer-to-Peer, laptop to laptop or mobile phone to mobile phone network but extends into a distributed Cloud server infrastructure too. This system can be applied on a wide range of distributed applications (DApps), as well as a new cryptocurrency that is designed to be safer and reflective of the real economy and potentially be the most applicable global digital currency.

It is a distributed, de-centralized and truly democratic network system where nodes remain unanimous to human users. However, because the hashing is done three way with user-node unique identity, with time stamping and with location, any unauthorized access into the network will be detected instantly, hence minimizing ‘Man-in-the-Middle’ attack and ‘Distributed Denial of Service’ Attacks.

Neurocable like blockchain also hashes transactions, except that it uses double-entry bookkeeping for its cryptocurrency monetary transaction, time-stamping it, stipulates its location and association to the specific node and to the actual user. All that done at the backend and monitored by the artificial intelligence without any revelation of these details to any human users.

Now as far as its human users are concerned, they can only see how many cryptocurrency of this Neurocable there are in the market, how many is still available and how much it cost in relation to US Dollar in real time. The rest of other details are only available for the system to know.

Because of it is a distributed, digital double-entry bookkeeping (not just a single bookkeeping ledger of Blockchain), where every debit (or inflow of the cryptocurrency into an account) must be inextricably linked to an equivalent credit in the same user account, then minus off, balanced out and similarly this will reflect on another account that is paying. Also because the transaction is between the involved parties and the verification is done by the transacting parties and stored in the ‘Safekeeper’ nodes, there is no way for ‘double spending’ incident to happen.

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Neurocable-whitepaper

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