ArpaChain, a secure blockchain-enabled compute network, uses an MPC protocol that creates a means for multiple entities to collaboratively analyze data and extract data synergies while keeping each party’s data entry private and secure.
Earlier this year, Arpa joined Russia’s Blockchain Technologies and Crypto-Economy Commission. The development team has also embarked on a full-scale test to maintain privacy. The ARPA team is currently focused on architectural design for Randcast.
The project offers a secure computing network based on the multi-party computation blockchain (MPC). ARPA cryptographically enables private smart contracts, unprecedented in-use data privacy protection, and scalable IT sharding.
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