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DappChain

A White Paper for DAAP and DAAPCHAIN. A simple, secure, transparent block chain algorithm. daap://domain_auth_archive_protocol

Audience/Purpose

This white paper is intended for anyone interested in digital currency and the engines that drive them. If you do not know or care about what digital currency is, this white paper may not be for you. If you mine, own, facilitate or are simply interested in digital currency, this white paper is for you!

Introduction

Since the invention of AARPANET in 1983, there has been an explosion of innovation in internet technology. These innovations could not have been fully realized before AARPANET, the World Wide Web or the Internet itself was created. Without doubt, one of these often-underappreciated innovations is the SSL authentication handshake process that occurs with every secure internet communication request. These secure handshakes occur billions of times per second then afterwards, this data is just left on the floor.

We contend that the remnant data from these secure connections can be potentially valuable if used effectively. In this document, we will introduce the block chain process called DAAP. We will show how the DAAP algorithm can be wielded to collect, compile and validate incredibly difficult to duplicate encrypted tokens. We will also show how applications provided by the world's leading block chain ecosystems can fit seamlessly around the DAPP model. Lastly, we will contextually analyze the protocol itself; including the ledger, wallet and percentage applications. Welcome.

INTRODUCTION Since the invention of AARPANET in 1983, there has been an explosion of innovation in internet technology. These innovations could not have been fully realized before AARPANET, the World Wide Web or the Internet itself was created. Without doubt, one of these often-underappreciated innovations is the SSL authentication handshake process that occurs with every secure internet communication request. These secure handshakes occur billions of times per second then afterwards, this data is just left on the floor. We contend that the remnant data from these secure connections can be potentially valuable if used effectively. In this document, we will introduce the block chain process called DAAP. We will show how the DAAP algorithm can be wielded to collect, compile and validate incredibly difficult to duplicate encrypted tokens. We will also show how applications provided by the world's leading block chain ecosystems can fit seamlessly around the DAAP model. Lastly, we will contextually analyze the protocol itself; including the ledger, wallet and percentage applications. Welcome.

Why DAAP?

DAAP data is important because the cellular interior of DAAP data can be verified by a globally recognized Certificate Authority. The same authority that validates the billions of secure internet requests happening every second. This makes the data immutably resistant to tamper or duplication. This data can be collected, compiled and crafted into secure, fully verifiable tokens.

Why do we need another cryptocurrency?

We already have the wonderful United States of America, why do we need Switzerland? Any algorithm that can fit seamlessly into the global block chain ecosystem only serves to make the entire ecosystem as a whole that much stronger. Additionally, when currencies abate, the diversity of multiple currencies allow for a greater percentage of survival until currencies rise again.

Proofs

DEFINITIONS
	SHAKE - Secure handshake authentication keys, encrypted.
	DAAP - A daap is a collection of shakes which persist in the daapchain block chain.
	DAAPCHAIN - A daapchain is a blockchain for persisting ADDBLOCK and MODBLOCK transaction messages. 
	DAAPWALLET - A daapwallet is a local daapchain of ADDBLOCK and MODBLOCK transaction message.	

ALGORITHM
	ah <!-- authenticated handshake -->
	A = 05 <!-- initial number of shakes to make a daap. -->
	S = 1.00314195 <!-- scale at which daap grow. -->
	D = A(ah) <!-- daap is a collection of A(authenticated handshakes). -->
	...
	A = S(A) <!-- number of shakes to make a daap increased. -->
	D = A(ah) <!-- daap is a collection of A(shakes) increased. -->
	...
	DC = D[ADDBLOCK|MODBLOCK] <!-- daapchain is a collection of daap creation and daap modification events. -->
	...
SECURITY

TRANSPARENCY

APPLICATIONS

CONCLUSION

APPENDIX

Contributing

Please read CONTRIBUTING.md for details on our code of conduct, and the process for submitting pull requests to us.

Versioning

We use SemVer for versioning. For the versions available, see the tags on this repository.

Authors

  • Kamal Hakim - Initial work - ovrdos

See also the list of contributors who participated in this project.

License

This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE.md file for details

Acknowledgments

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