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VANTA: Revolutionizing Networking Operations Using Blockchain

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Despite the laudable developments recorded in ICT, lapses are still visible. Communication isn’t as seamless as we often claim they are. Real-time interactions and activities have remained elusive regardless of what lens you might use in your observation. This isn’t borne out of some desire to stay sophisticated.
Data is the new cool. Everyone and everything is gulping it at an alarming rate. A real-time networking technology would help people ‘digest’ this data without the need to take it slow. Frankly, it more about feeding our growing addiction to the Internet and what it stands for than anything else.
More people use the Internet than 10 years ago, and this will only increase in the coming years. While large media files might have been an enigma of some sort in the past, this is clearly not the case right now. People are comfortable with movies online. Apparently, Netflix wouldn’t be in business without some real-time networking working in the background. While it has been a long journey, the destination still lies ahead. 
                                           Introducing Vanta
With more people using the Internet, there’s bound to be a stretching point of the current networking arrangement, and this would definitely be exceeded as users transmit data. While expansion to avoid a collapse might be a great idea, this comes at a steep price. In this regard, Vanta intends to leverage on devices around the globe in cutting cost and achieving just about the same result desired. 
Lots of things are still under the umbrella of centralization despite how badly damaged this supposed layer of protection has become. While technology has come a long way, networking still suffers from the rigors of centralization. The repercussion goes beyond security as operations are also affected. This explains the use of decentralization by Vanta to handle networking of every kind. It’s goodbye to excuses, hiccups, and interferences in operation.
One of the biggest fears associated with the use of centralized servers is the possibility of being hijacked or theft of data stored on servers. Encryption might not be enough. This explains the massive lift which blockchain is bound to provide in such a situation. Also, nodes without any central control would prove helpful in forestalling the loss of data.
Every third party in data transmission will only affect any real-time networking arrangement. It’s expected that instances, where repetitive actions are required by a person, can be bypassed to match the demands of an ideal real-time interaction while keeping cost low. Vanta plans to put together a setup which fits different situations with a matching network. It’s no longer a case of one size fits all. 
While everyone goes about their regular business online, tabs might be kept on people, their devices or activity. With the data economy growing by the day, things are changing. The browsing history of people has already become a commodity in the virtual world. This would only get more in-depth as time flies. Credible trust can be attained, and Vanta intends on making this feat possible

To have more insight about this project, kindly click on the link below;

Website: https://vanta.network/
Whitepaper: https://vanta.network/doc/VANTA_White_Paper.pdf
ANN Thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5095100
Telegram: https://t.me/vantanetwork
Twitter: https://twitter.com/vantanetwork
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vantanetwork/

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Bitcointalk Username: Makdon
Bitcointalk profile link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2532288;sa=showPosts

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I think such developments might be really useful for logistics companies or any others where success is based on coordination and communication

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