* Welcome to SORA Network [SORA/Web3] Multidimensional-NFT
Support for ownership management, metaverse, drive(HDD/SSD/NVMe) inspection and advanced scientific analysis ... etc.
Web3 - Blockchain - Multidimensional NFT by SORA Network.
We aim to popularize multidimensional NFTs that can be built by direct product based on Web3 - blockchain technology.
The base development has already been completed, and 1-dim NFT, 2-dim NFT, and 4-dim NFT are operating normally on SORA Network.
What kind of use is there?
For example, when analyzing meteorological observation data with a blockchain.
If the "wind direction" and "wind strength" at a certain point are used as data, it will be a 2-dim NFT.
This 2-dim NFT operate to record data on the SORA-blockchain.
And if you give a special NFT to blockchain with action by direct product or comparison, you can get the result from the blockchain.
By the way, regarding the first goal of the SORA project,
"Achieving drive inspection statistics on the blockchain", we achieved with the 4-dim NFT (i-sector).
Now it can operate SSD/NVMe safely. Thank you so much.
With this kind of feeling, you can build an NFT
that can directly product the conventional tokens with smart contract and raise the dimension.
Smartly adapts to any application ... Reborn as a general blockchain!
Then, No need a hard-ware wallet, No need a paper wallet, No need a buckup, in SORA Network.
No need, those backup, hardware wallet, paper wallet, and so on.
Why? because Using 16 passphrase, restore wallet completely (Coins and NFTs are safe).
* Proof of work / Proof of stake [Hybrid]
*** usage: mining pools: PoW pools
* Using 16 passphrase, restore wallet completely.
*** usage: https://www.fromhddtossd.com/drive/stat.html
* We implemented only taking 10 min ... until fully synced in blockchain.(RapidSync)
*** usage: Only press "yes" button.
* Ownership management (using 1-dim: NFT) via SORA Neteork.
*** usage: https://www.fromhddtossd.com/drive/nftownership.html
* Crypto memo (using 1-dim: NFT) via SORA Neteork.
*** Encrypted memo is written to Blockchain(SORA Network).
*** usage: https://www.fromhddtossd.com/drive/memo.html
"crypto memo" is a simple configuration with only "Write" and "Rescan", simple is best.
"Write" encrypts the memo with its secret key (HD Wallet) and writes it to the blockchain. Since only you have the secret key, you can never see it other than myself.
If this is SSL, the connection process is encrypted with the public key, but since the server that executes the SSL has the secret key, the company that manages the server will take all the data with raw(decrypted).
"Rescan" restores HD Wallet from 16 phrases in other places, just click on it and the memos deposited on the blockchain will be returned as they are. In other words, as long as you memorize 16 phrases, you don't need a backup, hardware wallet, paper wallet, etc.
* SSD/NVMe fully scanning feature. (statscan ... using 4-dim: NFT).
*** usage: https://www.fromhddtossd.com/drive/scan.html
We will use Blockchain and statistics to determine the scan of SSD/NVMe with "uncertain sectors" when a failure approaches. "Uncertain sectors" will be placed as "i-sector", and will wait until they are confirmed.
From there, we will utilize the knowledge of blockchain.
Below, FromHDDtoSSD v3.0(Build:5380) SSD/NVMe statistics scan with Blockchain.
Are you scanning a drive?
Recently, SSD/NVMe has joined as a new factor in addition to HDD.
But ... SSD/NVMe inspection is very complicated.
SSD/NVMe "states fluctuate" compared to HDD that can be simply checked for sector reading, so such inspections do not give accurate values. Therefore, we pursued SSD/NVMe inspection by processing the probability distribution using the Blockchain.
From now on, SSD/NVMe will also have a huge capacity. Inspection is so important.
* HDD fully scanning feature. (fullscan ... using 2-dim: NFT?).
*** usage: https://www.iuec.co.jp/fromhddtossdsora/fullscan.html
There is no problem if HDD in the conventional inspection (only checking if a sectors read-able).
Because, it can always be processed with a converging constant.
Due to this property, it matches the result using SORA Network.
in other words, we don't need SORA Network for HDD. But ... is that true?
The following theorem is helpful in this regard check.
* Identify theorem
* Let's phase the scan results. full-scan and stat-scan.
A, fullscan to SSD/NVMe [only checking if a sectors read-able]
B, Equalize this result(A) to a statistical scan [with i-sector].
The analysis result below graph is significantly reduced. This indicates, that the inspection accuracy is low with only checking if a sectors read-able. This phenomenon denotes the cause of the accident that the data was lost immediately despite being inspected.
C, statistical scan to SSD/NVMe [with i-sector]
Using statistical scan, the scanning accuracy is improved and it turns out that this drive is no problem.
D, fullscan to HDD [only checking if a sectors read-able]
E, Equalize this result to a statistical scan [with i-sector].
The analysis results in the graph below show normality.
In the case of HDD, it shows that the results of fullscan and statistical match. Because, fullscan is enough if the case of HDD. The proof is the identity theorem.