Blockcloud, a blockchain-based TCP/IP architecture providing constant connectivity for dynamic networks and ARPA, a provider of data privacy solutions for blockchains and enterprises, today have officially signed a cooperation agreement for strategic partnership.
Combining the advantages of blockchain and future internet technology, Blockcloud builds a global underlying network protocol system that provides better mobility, credibility, incentives, security, fairness, and scalability. Based on cutting-edge cryptography and blockchain technology, ARPA can achieve multi-party data integration, data analysis, and data sharing while ensuring data security and privacy.
ARPA will rely on Blockcloud’s advanced internet underlying technology and blockchain to further improve data transmission efficiency in large-scale dynamic scenarios and create a good privacy computing service. On the other hand, Blockcloud provides a secure data sharing solution for the application layer network with the support of ARPA.
“We are happy to see ARPA become another important partner of Blockcloud. It is believed that both parties will fully use the advantages of their respective fields in this cooperation, which can greatly enhance the technology research and development of Blockcloud and ARPA, and effectively improve the security and stability of the global internet.”