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Our vision is to make the internet a safer and more secure place for the data of people
1.1. The Problem
Blockchain technologies are propelling the next generaDon of the Internet. Protocols like
Ethereum are a plaGorm for launching decentralized applicaDons (dApps) that will change the way
products and services are consumed. These dApps will exchange massive amounts of data that
need to be stored and managed.
The problem is blockchains like Ethereum are not designed for
data storage and management;
doing so would take up too much space and take too much Dme.
1.2. The Solution – Bluzelle
Just like decentralized services like Filecoin and Storj are needed for ﬁle storage & management;
there is a need for data storage & management.
Bluzelle is a decentralized, on-demand, scalable
database service for dApps.
Bluzelle ﬁlls a need and is complementary to the other components
to make the decentralized Internet complete. W...
DATA STORAGE &
Bluzelle is the right ﬁt because it provides enterprise-grade database services at a price for all
Decentralized ApplicaGon (dApps) developers.
2. HISTORY OF BLUZELLE
Seeing that blockchain can provide numerous beneﬁts to the ﬁnance industry, Bluzelle was
formed in July 2014. We created a technology stack that abstracts the complexiDes of managing
Pavel Bains and Neeraj Murarka form
Bluzelle in Vancouver, Canada
Launches Canadian Ripple Gateway
directly connected to Canadian
Banking debit network
Sets up in Singapore
Raises seed financing round from True
Builds Ripple-based cross border
payments POC for global banking
Builds Ethereum-based consumer
mobile insurance application for
global insurer AIA
Named to the Global Fintech 100 by
Builds Ethereum-based KYC Ledger
for international banks consortium
consisting of OCBC, HSBC and M...
3. THE CURRENT STATE OF DATABASE SERVICES
It’s esDmated that in 5 years there will be over 20 Billion connected devices that require the
generaDon, management, storage, and retrieval of enormous amounts of data.
“Business leaders demand next-generation applications and new insights to drive more
intelligent engagement and better decisions. To get there, enterprise architects need to design
an agile technical architecture that can scale automatically with capabilities, such as databases,
that are always available to support new initiatives. It takes enormous time, effort, and
coordination to provision new databases today because of a lack of resources to meet the
administration challenges of rolling out complex clustered systems.
Forrester Research, 2017
Market Overview Database As A Service
To address this problem, emerged the Cloud Database and Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS)
market. According to
Markets and Markets
, this industry is expected to grow at a CAGR of 67.3...
The systems of the past and present will now evolve to the future: The Bluzelle decentralized,
on-demand, database service.
SINGLE SYSTEM DB
Multiple sources of failure
Expensive to scale
Single source of failure
No points of failure
Expensive to scale
Some performance limitations No performance limitations
4. BLUZELLE FEATURES
Bluzelle is a decentralized database service for dApp developers. To ensure developers get the
highest throughout in performance, reliability and scalability, Bluzelle implements swarming
technologies. A swarm is a large group of nodes (computers) that work together to store and
manage data. Nodes in these swarms can go down and new nodes can come up with minimal
impact on the network. Overall Bluzelle is a meta-swarm comprised of mulDple swarms.
Bluzelle’s unique and proprietary swarming techniques were designed for the highest
performance. Bluzelle can reduce latency by retrieving data from the nearest nodes on the leaf
swarm, and/or increase speed manyfold by retrieving data in parallel from the fastest nodes on
the leaf swarm. This is like torrents and seeds. When data is requested, it is done in parallel
where chunks (shards) are requested from all the diﬀerent swarms that contain those shards, and
these are all retrieved in parallel, resulDng in desir...
The following table outlines addiDonal features of Bluzelle.
High performance speeds
Bluzelle employs cryptography and sharding techniques to provide a
Bluzelle redundantly stores tiny pieces of data on nodes across the
globe, eliminating any single point of failure.
Bluzelle algorithms store data in a unique, distributed and intelligent
manner that will provide enterprise-level scalability.
Bluzelle leverages blockchain technology so that once data is stored to
such a network, it is impossible to change that data.
Bluzelle dynamically adjusts the number and location of nodes sharding
the consumer’s data to meet performance metrics.
Bluzelle’s use of consensus is the only method by which updates to the
network can be accepted as the “truth”.
Bluzelle operates few data centers and has littl...
5. HOW DOES BLUZELLE WORK?
Bluzelle takes blockchain principles and sharding & parGGoning concepts to create an AirBnB
like marketplace for data storage and management.
This is a crypto-economic network of
powerful producers and consumers.
The consumer is the one who “consumes” the Bluzelle database services. These are the
developers we target. Consumers are spending Bluzelle tokens so they can store and retrieve
data. AddiDonally a user could get a credit of tokens if a producer failed to meet certain service
The producer is the one who provides resources to the network in return for earning Bluzelle
tokens (BLZ). Bluzelle producers will be required to put up a proporDonal stake of Bluzelle tokens,
in order to provide a guarantee on the service levels Bluzelle will provide. Bluzelle will encourage
compeDDon by producers to provide higher quality services, where those with higher service
levels can charge more but also have to put up...
Pavel Bains and Neeraj Murarka form Bluzelle in Vancouver, Canada
Launches Canadian Ripple Gateway directly connected to Canadian Banking debit network
Sets up in Singapore
Raises seed financing round from True Global Ventures
Builds Ripple-based cross border payments POC for global banking platform Temenos
Builds Ethereum-based consumer mobile insurance application for global insurer AIA
Named to the Global Fintech 100 by H2 Ventures
Builds Ethereum-based KYC Ledger for international banks consortium consisting of OCBC, HSBC and MUFG
Named Technology Pioneer 2017 by World Economic Forum
Builds Ethereum-based insurance platform for a large Asian insurer
Raises $1.5 M USD round from international VCs Global Brains (Japan), True Global Ventures (Europe) and LUN Partners (China)
MINIMUM VIABLE PRODUCT APRIL 2018
NoSQL key-value pairs, Bluzelle Harvesting Agent, leaf swarms, consensus, horizontal partitioning, consistent hashing, CRUD API, Bluzelle tokenization, ERC-20 token gateway, versioning and backup/restore, dynasty keys
KEPLER AUGUST 2018
PaaS integrations, IDE plugins and integrations, blockchain smart contracts, desktop and browser and mobile apps for interactive access, import/export from legacy databases, node scoring and health metrics
EINSTEIN DECEMBER 2018
NoSQL documents, NoSQL document collections, NoSQL document collec%on indices, NoSQL document collection partitions, global CRUD operations, batch CRUD operations
LEIBNIZ APRIL 2019
Proof of storage Merkel challenges and rewards, proof of stake requirement for farmers, variable CRUD request pricing, edge caching of data close to requests, request parallelism and hotspot support, Spartacus attack tolerance
ARCHIMEDES AUGUST 2019
Vertical partitioning, 2D partitioning, variable-cost data expiries, Sybil attack tolerance, dele%on reversibility, proof of redundancy via erasure coding
TURING DECEMBER 2019
Column stores, S/Kademlia improvements, Honest Geppetto attack tolerance, 3rd party arbitration against Chea%ng Owner attacks, reverse http tunnelling, tunnel eclipse a[ack tolerance, multiparty encryption, complex binary blob storage support