IOC Main Specs

I/O Digital Foundation is the official non for profit curator of the I/O Coin (IOC) Blockchain.
The Blockchain is an Open Source project
started in 2014 without ICO or pre-mine. The IOC Blockchain has robust data storage capabilities / facilities with up to 1MB storage capabilities (documents, identities, messages, alias system etc) and provides a secure, fast and user friendly Blockchain ecosystem for businesses to adopt and use the IOC Blockchain for their application or business. Use our available API to connect and use all the -privacy by design- features for your project / product or application

2018/2019 ROADMAP PAPER:

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Interview at Miami BTC 2019

From Blockchain to Real World – Joel Bosh

New York Keynote by Joel Bosh (June 2018)

Miami Keynote by Joel Bosh (January 2018)

Data storage in Blockchain for any purpose or industry

De-central data storage on the Blockchain

You can store data in the I/O Blockchain. We aim at servicing creators of games, holders of intellectual property, rights management, certificates of authenticity and condition reports. A hash value included in an I/O transaction can serve as Proof of Existence for any digital file. This could be a legal document, an application source code, artwork, a piece of sheet music or gaming achievement.

Encrypted messaging. Fully decentralized

The in-wallet or API accessible messaging system will allow users to send encrypted private messages and will also provides an option to broadcast messages to a wider world. It offers an attractive option for third party developers intending to build a censorship resistant decentralized “Twitter-esque” or “Whatsapp-like service. Your third party application can also use the messaging system! Contact us for more info.

AES 256 Encrypted DNS & Alias system

The I/O Digital Blockchain provides a decentralized DNS database. Names could be referenced as domain records by using our own or third party API. There is no restriction on the form of the alias. They can take any arbitrary form and be transferable between users. The DNS records for example may be A-records, CNAME of MX records. Businesses or regular users can also connect their own chosen name to a wallet address ensuring a human readable account receivable.