🟩2.1 Technical protocol

BDCP: Bayes Decentralized Computation Protocol

Source: Bayesian Institute (Long Beach, CA)

Bayesian Decentralized Computing Protocol (BDCP) - Summary

Bayesian Decentralized Computing Network Protocol (BDCP), which is a protocol designed to build decentralized computing networks and data computation. This network is a peer-to-peer network formed by the availability of cloud computing resources on decentralized computer nodes, without any entity having central control over the network.

WEB3.0 is based on decentralized proprietary services, they are Internet-wide open services where participants form a decentralized network that provides useful services without central management or trusted parties. BDCP provides the computing infrastructure for WEB3.0 services.

BDCP departs from the current distributed cluster model, which delegates access control of central nodes and data to a centralized trusted authority. Instead, DBCP empowers the peer-to-peer model to provide decentralized computing networks, computationally shifted data models, distributed machine learning, and new mechanisms for protecting the ownership of user data.

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