Nexus Distributed Network Topology

DISTRIBUTED TOPOLOGY

 

The revolutionary Blockchain protocol remains reliant on a highly centralized Internet infrastructure, built and controlled by governments and corporations. Inspired by Satoshi Nakamoto, the anonymous creator of Bitcoin, Nexus will become the first completely distributed blockchain operating on a distributed network. Our distributed infrastructure provides Nexus with increased reliability and security, bridging the gap between existing networks to provide people with the opportunity to connect with each other around the Earth.

 

Centralized Topology

Centralized

Private networks usually adopt the centralized model where information and transactions are authenticated by a central authority.

Decentralized Topology

Decentralized

The first interconnected network, the Internet, uses a decentralized model. Critical junction points leave portions of the network vulnerable to attack.

Distributed Toplogy

Distributed

Blockchain technology use a distributed topology where peers interconnect with each other, however it is reliant upon a relatively centralized infrastructure.

CENTRALIZED

A centralized system has one single central factor or host that connects to and organizes many local nodes. This is the current model of all governments and their respective banking systems. Today, societies are organized by centralized digital databases. They form the privately owned ledgers of companies, such as bank deposits, insurance and stock wealth, and government’s, such as real estate, voting rolls, law and citizenship. These records provide many humanitarian benefits, though disproportionately profit a minority.

The centralized model operates using a central authority to authenticate and process information with the benefit of being quick to implement and easy to use. Centralized systems always have inherent risk, due to the network’s reliance on a single central authority, which may be in the form of a hardware component, a software suite or even a human operator. Halting the flow of information to and from a host can render an application inoperable, as can an error or direct attack on the central server. Having a single point of failure is one of the main weaknesses of centralized systems

Although the protocol of the current internet is decentralized, it is supported by centralized infrastructure, creating many weaknesses. For example, intercontinental communication cables routed under the ocean, and increasing Internet censorship by governments and Internet Service Providers (ISPs).

DECENTRALIZED

A decentralized network is a system of many different  hosts, that connect to and organise many local nodes. The blockchain and the current internet protocol are examples of decentralized systems. Peer to peer communication is possible over a highly interconnected network without human intervention or central authority. Many nodes share data, but none of the nodes are in control, making it considerably more secure than the centralized model.

In a trade-off between security and decentralization, many blockchains use the proof-of-work consensus, which was originally envisioned as a distributed process. However, the high energy costs and expensive hardware necessary to compete in Bitcoin mining, has led to the centralization of the network via the formation of powerful mining pools who control a large portion of the total hash power. Many of the challenges faced by the original protocol have led to digital currencies creating ‘off chain solutions’ that require central servers. This essentially gives financial control back to a third-party. .

NEXUS DISTRIBUTED

A distributed network has no central organizing factor or central server. Each node acts as a server for others, without the need for any hosts. The more distributed a network is, or the higher the node count it has, the more resilient it is to outside attack. Likewise, the risk that a central factor of the network, becomes too dominant, is mitigated by numerous nodes.

Nexus intends to solve the issues faced by centralized and decentralized systems through a variety of innovations. All the nodes in the network, no matter their processing power, will have the opportunity to contribute to security, receiving reward for their effort. The revolutionary Nexus 3D blockchain encourages collaboration between nodes to solve a block, rather than to compete with one another, which serves to distribute the protocol. The Nexus space-based and ground mesh network is a further example of a distributed network. All nodes connect to their immediate neighbors making the infrastructure much less vulnerable than the present framework.

Nexus Distributed Network Topology

DISTRIBUTED TOPOLOGY

The revolutionary Blockchain protocol remains reliant on a highly centralized Internet infrastructure, built and controlled by governments and corporations. Inspired by Satoshi Nakamoto, the anonymous creator of Bitcoin, Nexus will become the first completely distributed blockchain operating on a distributed network. Our distributed infrastructure provides Nexus with increased reliability and security, bridging the gap between existing networks to provide people with the opportunity to connect with each other around the Earth.

Centralized Topology

Centralized

Private networks usually adopt the centralized model where information and transactions are authenticated by a central authority.

Decentralized Topology

Decentralized

The first interconnected network, the Internet, uses a decentralized model. Critical junction points leave portions of the network vulnerable to attack.

Distributed Topology

Distributed

Blockchain technology uses a distributed topology where peers interconnect with each other, however it is reliant upon a relatively centralized infrastructure.

CENTRALIZED

A centralized system has one single central factor or host that connects to and organizes many local nodes. This is the current model of all governments and their respective banking systems. Today, societies are organized by centralized digital databases. They form the privately owned ledgers of companies, such as bank deposits, insurance and stock wealth, and government’s, such as real estate, voting rolls, law and citizenship. These records provide many humanitarian benefits, though disproportionately profit a minority.

The centralized model operates using a central authority to authenticate and process information with the benefit of being quick to implement and easy to use. Centralized systems always have inherent risk, due to the network’s reliance on a single central authority, which may be in the form of a hardware component, a software suite or even a human operator. Halting the flow of information to and from a host can render an application inoperable, as can an error or direct attack on the central server. Having a single point of failure is one of the main weaknesses of centralized systems.

Although the protocol of the current internet is decentralized, it is supported by centralized infrastructure, creating many weaknesses. For example, intercontinental communication cables routed under the ocean, and increasing Internet censorship by governments and Internet Service Providers (ISPs).

DECENTRALIZED

A decentralized network is a system of many different  hosts, that connect to and organise many local nodes. The blockchain and the current internet protocol are examples of decentralized systems. Peer to peer communication is possible over a highly interconnected network without human intervention or central authority. Many nodes share data, but none of the nodes are in control, making it considerably more secure than the centralized model.

In a trade-off between security and decentralization, many blockchains use the proof-of-work consensus, which was originally envisioned as a distributed process. However, the high energy costs and expensive hardware necessary to compete in Bitcoin mining, has led to the centralization of the network via the formation of powerful mining pools who control a large portion of the total hash power. Many of the challenges faced by the original protocol have led to digital currencies creating ‘off chain solutions’ that require central servers. This essentially gives financial control back to a third-party.

NEXUS DISTRIBUTED

A distributed network has no central organizing factor or central server. Each node acts as a server for others, without the need for any hosts. The more distributed a network is, or the higher the node count it has, the more resilient it is to outside attack. Likewise, the risk that a central factor of the network, becomes too dominant, is mitigated by numerous nodes.

Nexus intends to solve the issues faced by centralized and decentralized systems through a variety of innovations. All the nodes in the network, no matter their processing power, will have the opportunity to contribute to security, receiving reward for their effort. The revolutionary Nexus 3D blockchain encourages collaboration between nodes to solve a block, rather than to compete with one another, which serves to distribute the protocol. The Nexus space-based and ground mesh network is a further example of a distributed network. All nodes connect to their immediate neighbors making the infrastructure much less vulnerable than the present framework.

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