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Trusted computing is favoured by capital, and many investment institutions want to raise funds for it privately.
2019-06-28 13:58:00 Primitive Reading


According to relevant media reports, Trusted computing, a new generation of encryption trust computing based on the Poca ecology, was favoured by capital in June 2019, and several investment institutions, including NGC Ventures, MoonrockCapital, SignumCapital and AstronautCapital87, are willing to raise funds for it.

Why did the Poca Ecological Project get so much attention? According to the Polkadot white paper, “Polkadot is a heterogeneous multi-chain architecture designed to solve the problem of scalability and isolation in blockchain architecture.” Popularly speaking, the Polkadot ecology is a collection of heterogeneous links with multiple blockchain chains. Polkadot can link all blockchains, such as the important cornerstone TCP/IP protocol of the Internet, creating a new interconnected blockchain ecology.

As far as the current situation is concerned, the Poca ecology is undoubtedly a hot topic in the blockchain industry, and has become a favourite of many “industry elites”. Many Poca communities have been travelling around the country recently, and the participants are also full of staff. With the Poca ecosystem entering the fast lane of development, Trusted Computing is based on a new generation of encryption trust computing protocols on the Boca ecosystem. Trusted Computing is based on the PoW-like economic incentive model, which releases privacy computing in countless CPUs that are used in the parallel chain of Poca, thus serving other applications such as Defi and data services on the Poca. Trusted Computing can ensure that all parties use data without disclosing data, so it can be an infrastructure for large-scale data exchange between parties without mutual trust. Trusted Computing currently allocates the token of private equity ships at 2% at a price of 0.1U, the release mode is within a year, 12% in the first month, and 8% per month thereafter. The token distribution of Angel Wheel is 2% and the price is 0.025U. The release mode is 10% after the main online line, 3% per month, and the release is completed in two years and six months. Private and angel wheels will be released after the main online line.

Behind the Trusted Computing is the BCNL Foundation. It was established in April 2017 and focusses on the development, deployment and maintenance of encrypted trust computing protocols. The technical team of the BCNL Foundation was established by the former CTO Gavin Wood team members of Ethereum, attracting many senior programmers such as Ali, Huawei and Oracle. The BCNL Foundation has studied the most important privacy protection protocols in the Web3.0 infrastructure. Through the underlying configuration of TEE technology and stable wavecard cross-chain technology, it is committed to achieving a decentralised trusted computing environment, of which dot is the core.

The head of the investment agency NGCVentures said:“I think Trusted Computing is a very great project, and I’m personally very optimistic about its development.,in the world of Trusted Computing, we are free and safe. It gives the public a private world, which I believe will be win-win for the encryption industry. Trusted Computing is our first investment in Polkadot and one of our first investments outside Ethereum. We are encouraged by the pace of development and innovation of Trusted Computing, and we are happy to work with the team to build a decentralised trusted computing network environment.”

Trusted Computing believes that there is a strong demand for high-quality Poca-based projects. Trusted Computing will create a multi-chain interconnected scene by connecting all public chains. It is believed that with the support of the Poca Ecology, Trusted Computing will become the data infrastructure for future DeFi and Web3.0.

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