Akoranga I Akohia: Papa Papaaho pāpori me te Poraka Poraka Poraka

Panui Papaaho Panui Poraka Poraka

The inception of blockchain as a solution to secure data is a welcome change. All the more now, as social media platforms have leveraged their pervasive presence to abuse people’s privacy constantly. It is a fact. A fact that has attracted massive public outcry in the last few years. 

Just whakamutunga tau ano, Facebook i raro i te ahi nui mo te whakamahi hē i nga raraunga whaiaro a te 1 miriona kaiwhakamahi i Ingarangi me Wales. Ko te tupapaku pāpāho pāpori a Mark Zuckerberg i uru ki roto i nga korero kino a Cambridge Analytica (CA) i uru ki te hauhake i nga korero o te 87 miriona taangata (i te ao) hei whakapiki i nga whakaaro torangapu me te whakatairanga i nga whakatairanga torangapu mo nga koha i nga pootitanga. 

Anake mena he kaupapa papaaho pāpori-aukati te aukati i era tuukino. Ka tino pai te koiora. 

I Whakamaramahia a Facebook-Cambridge Analytica Imbroglio
Ko te Facebook-Cambridge Analytica Imbroglio i whakamaramahia, Puna: Vox.com

Ko te haere tonu, ahakoa ko CA te riri me te whakahe o te ao katoa, an tuhinga i whakaputahia ki Vox i te Mei 2, 2018, i tirotirohia he aha i nui ake ai tenei he kohukohu Facebook neke atu i te Cambridge Analytica.

… E whakaatu ana tenei i tetahi tautohe nui mo te kaha o nga kaiwhakamahi ki te whakawhirinaki ki a Facebook me a raatau raraunga. I whakaaetia e Facebook tetahi kaiwhakawhanake tuatoru ki te miihini tono mo te kaupapa kotahi ki te kohi korero. A i taea e te kaiwhakawhanake te whakamahi i tetahi waahanga ki te kohi korero mo nga tangata kaore i whakamahi i te waahanga engari ko o raatau hoa - me te kore e mohio

Alvin Chang

What’s the solution to this egregious situation? A blockchain-based authentication system. Period. 

Me pehea e ahei ai a Blockchain Awhina ki te Aukati i te Heketanga Tino Paapori o te Hapori me te Tuku Iho Rawa? 

Usually, there is a tendency to connect blockchain technology to Bitcoin. But, it’s much more than just a ledger for settling Bitcoin transactions. Along with payments, blockchain has sufficient potential to redefine supply chain management, data validation, and identity protection. 

Na, me whakaaro pea koe me pehea e taea ai e te hangarau hangarau hou i puta i te tekau ma rua tau ki muri te whakamaarama i enei waahanga katoa. 

Well, that’s because every poraka o nga raraunga i runga i te aukati kei te whakauruhia ma te cryptographically na roto i te whakahua hātepe. Ka whakatutukihia nga raraunga e te whatunga rorohiko i mua i te urunga ki te pukapuka, ka kore e taea te raweke, te hack, te tango ranei i te whatunga kino. 

Pehea te Mahi a Blockchain
Pehea te Mahi a Blockchain, Puna: msg-ao

Na reira, te whakamahi i te aukati mo te motuhēhēnga whai kiko tino ina tae mai te reira ki te tüäpapa pāpāho pāpori. Na te aha? Na te mea ko nga papaaho pāpori e whakamahi ana i nga hanganga tawhito hei pupuri i nga korero (PII) hei pupuri me te whakahaere. Ko tenei hanganga pokapū e whakarato ana i nga painga pakihi nui, engari he kaupapa nui ano hoki mo nga kaiwhai - penei i kitea e Facebook me te raru o 533,000,000 nga kaute a nga kaiwhakamahi

Uru Taupānga Maamaa Kaore he Tohu Nui a Tihi

Ka taea e te Blockchain te whakatau i tenei raru. , i roto i te punaha wehe, ka taea e ia kaiwhakamahi te whakahaere i a raatau ake tuhinga, me te whakautu i te rau rau miriona taangata kaore e taea te whakatutuki. Ko te whakaurunga o te tuhinga matua matua a te iwi ka kaha ake te haumarutanga o nga raraunga, ka tuku i nga taangata ki te whakamahi i nga ingoa ingoa me te kore e waiho tetahi tohu matihiko. 

Ko te hangarau kaitautoko kua tohaina (DLT) te whakaheke i te urunga tuatoru ki nga raraunga whaiaro. Ma te whakarite kia maarama te whakahaere whakamotuhono tono me te tangata whai mana anake ka uru ki ana korero. 

Ma te whatunga hapori a-hapori e aupiki ki a koe ki te whakahaere i to ake tuakiri ma te tuku ki a koe ki te whakahaere i nga kiawe cryptographic e ahei ai te uru ki o korero.

Ko te marena o te Blockchain Adoption me te Ao Papaaho

Blockchain adoption still faces crucial bottlenecks. The technology has proven itself ideal for protecting sensitive data, but the idea of actually going through the process comes across as daunting. People still don’t fully understand blockchain and seem to get intimidated by a whole lot of technical jargon, complex user interfaces, and reclusive developer communities. 

Ko te nuinga o nga tohu whakauru e tino arai ana mo te urunga. Ki te whakataurite ki nga papaaho papaho pāpori, ko te waahi poraka e kikii ana i nga hangarau kaore i te maarama te iwi noa Ana kua whanakehia e te rauropi te taiao kino mo te poipoi i nga tinihanga me nga toia whariki (e kiia ana e ratau ko nga kupu DeFi). 

This has inhibited the blockchain industry’s growth. It has been over 12 years since Satoshi Nakamoto introduced the world to blockchain first, and despite its seminal potential, DLT still hasn’t found sufficient traction. 

Heoi, kei te awhina etahi o nga papaaho ki te whakangawari i te tikanga o te aukatinga poraka ma te whakauru i nga waahanga mahi hei whakahoahoa i nga waahanga (dApps) me te whakanui i to raatau urunga. Ko tetahi o enei papanga ko te AIKON e maama ana i te whakamahinga poraka na roto i tana whakataunga rangatira e kiia ana ID ORE

Kua hoahoahia e te roopu AIKON te ORE ID hei whakahoahoa i te aukati poraka ma nga papaaho papaho pāpori. Ka taea e nga taangata te whakamahi i o raatau takiuru hapori (Facebook, Twitter, Google, me etahi atu) mo te tohu tuakiri poraka. 

Even organizations can onboard their clients into the blockchain ecosystem by seamlessly creating their (clients’) decentralized identities with their existing social media logins. 

The idea behind it is to reduce the complexities in accessing blockchain applications. AIKON’s ORE ID solution makes logical sense and borrows from the already existing practice of traditional applications enabling access through social logins. 

No te aha e titauhia ai te Kaiwhakaako Maeneene Ma Te Tika mo Te Mahi Nei Marena? 

Unlike social media platforms, complex blockchain app user interfaces are the most significant obstacles preventing blockchain technology from experiencing mass adoption. People who are not so technically sound feel left out and don’t feel motivated enough to move forward with using blockchain-based services. 

Seamless integration of blockchain and social media platforms (through intuitive user interfaces) can help businesses and corporations effortlessly onboard their clients atop the DLT bandwagon, spurring the technology’s mass adoption. People should be able to use blockchain services just by logging in with their email, phone, or social login. There should be no need to understand all the underlying decentralized technologies’ intricacies. 

Koira mena ka hiahia tatou ki te whakatutuki i te whaainga poraka nui. 

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