Connecting Web2 to Web3
Secured by 100+ validators
7 configurable security parameters
Low transaction costs
Proof of Collateral system
Any source of data
Data Storage secured on the
Entangle's Web2 Connectivity works as Photon Messaging Protocol, but instead of transmitting data between 2 blockchains, it delivers off-chain data to a smart contract.
When a transaction is initiated, a source of data transmits the information to off-chain machines known as Transmitters.
Controller + Observers
The transmitters check and sign the transaction akin to the voting process. Next, the Controller on the Entangle Blockchain receives the data and verifies both the Transmitters' permissions and consensus.
Conductor (through Transmitter)
Once validated, the transaction is securely recorded on the Entangle blockchain and transmitted to the smart contract. This data transfer is facilitated by off-chain Conductors.
To achieve an optimal balance between security,
decentralisation, and cost, DApps have the flexibility to customise the number of Transmitters and 6 other parameters to suit their specific requirements.
Additionally, they can establish their own Transmitters for added control.
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