Fluence is the decentralized database which securely stores structured data
Fluence allows to store, query, manage and monetize encrypted structured data, securing it with the power of blockchain technologies. Our goal is to become a go-to database for decentralized Internet applications.
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Decentralized encrypted database
Fluence allows to store and query any amounts of structured encrypted data.
Users have a fine-grained control of an access to their data using a proxy re-encryption technology.
Data owners can gain profits for granting an access to their data.
Fluence is built as a database for sensitive data. Store, manage and share any amounts of data with respect to privacy and regulations.
Blockchain secured smart contracts allow to aggregate data from different sources and fairly reward data providers.
Fluence suggests an innovative approach how apps manage their data. Users could fully control an access to their data using a private key.
MINERS Fluence gives storage owners an opportunity to monetize unused disk space by storing parts of encrypted datasets. Every machine with a connection to the Internet can participate in the storage market.
BUYERS Data owners can store any datasets in the encrypted p2p cloud. Costs are adjustable according to the desired level of the data availability.
Entrepreneur and product manager. Worked on product at 2GIS (20M monthly audience). In charge of the project management track at CodeFest developers conference (1500+ attendees / year). Mined first Bitcoin in 2011on CPU.
Software engineer and technical leader, building complex engineering projects since 2004. Keen functional programming advocate. Prior to Fluence he was a CTO / lead engineer at a bunch of technology startups.
Experienced distributed systems engineer with deep understanding of computer science, game theory and recent interest in machine learning. At Metamarkets he built a petabyte scale analytics platform capable of processing hundreds of billions events / day.
Michael is a CTO and co-founder of Nucypher, a company providing an encryption layer for popular Big Data frameworks. After obtaining a PhD in physics from Swinburne University he built ZeroDB, an open source end-to-end encrypted database.
Nhan is a VP of Engineering at Metamarkets, where he manages a distributed team of engineers building a highly scalable and reliable analytics platform. Previously he was a VPE at iSocket, which was acquired by Rubicon Project in 2014.
"Bookchin". Distributed systems hacker and free software activist. He is the author of the core libraries that drive Storj, ORC, as well as their underlying implementation of the Kademlia distributed hash table.