50% Byzantine Fault Tolerance (Both Data and Transaction BFT) that scales along with the size of the network.
Capable of decoding from millions of shards, as opposed to a few hundred.
More data shards = More security, more potential speed, and more reliability and availability of data.
Natively byzantine fault tolerant, Archon's proprietary encoding algorithm enables true decentralization of encoded data shards across any decentralized network of nodes (blockchain agnostic).
Archon Enterprise is a set of proprietary tools that will improve the security and speed of centralized back-end systems; traditional enterprise storage solutions or content delivery networks.
Kevin is the visionary behind Archon’s core technology. He has been developing Archon’s proprietary algorithm over the past 7 months. Kevin is the founding engineer of Diffbot (Series A $10M, 20+ employees), where he created architecture that handles big data at the scale of the entire internet (billions of web pages, hundreds of millions of images). Kevin graduated from Stanford 2014 with a BS in Computer Science.
Eric has helped grow Archon from an algorithm to a fleshed out proposition for the new decentralized internet for the past four months. Eric graduated from Stanford with a MS in Chemistry, leaving his PhD program to make Archon a reality. He is also a partner at a Chinese blockchain fund, Cipher Epoch Capital (币咖资本), which was seed investors in projects such as VeChain and QTUM.
Sam is a bar admitted attorney, developer, and marketing consultant. Prior to joining Archon, Sam worked as the marketing lead at Bodhi, a decentralized blockchain-based prediction market. His first bitcoin payment was in 2014, and he has been a blockchain consultant since 2016. Sam is a speaker at blockchain conferences and hosts blockchain events primarily in the SF Bay Area. Sam holds a JD from the Pace University School of Law and a Bachelor’s degree in business management and marketing from Northeastern University.