Blockchain Bunker Debut on The Daily Decrypt

March 17th, 2016|0 Comments

https://youtu.be/qJFOeW7zNsE   Jonathan Baha'i, founder of Blockchain Bunker has interview with The Daily Decrypt to discuss how we provide nuclear bunker protection to blockchains. Thumbs up!

Nuclear Bunker Data Center to Partner with BitShares

October 8th, 2015|0 Comments

July 10, 2015, Debert, Canada Data Security Node Inc. (DSN) is a 64,000 sq/ft nuclear bunker data center located in Nova Scotia, Canada. DSN provides hosted services and unique value added offerings, and is announcing a partnership with Bitshares, a one of a kind decentralized smart contract platform. Together, they are introducing a number of crypto-asset driven solutions to help usher in a new age of financial freedom and transparency.

Jonathan Baha’i, President of Data Security Node, explains, “We have come to a place, technologically, where a revolution is about to happen at all levels of society - thanks to a new breed of blockchain driven technologies. BitShares 2.0 is at the crest of this movement, and we are absolutely thrilled to be joining forces with them.”
The new partnership comes

Premier of Nova Scotia Visits Bunker

October 8th, 2015|0 Comments

After giving a talk in Truro to hundreds of local business owners, Premier Stephen McNeil along with our local Counsellor Doug McInnis and MLA Karen Casey came to the bunker. During their visit they got to see all the improvements we had made, experience some of the history, and learn about our plans to expand and bring in new people for the tech sector to grow in this province. It's been a very long time since the Premier of the province came to the bunker, so it was an exciting historical moment. More photos from the visit can be found on the Debert Diefenbunkers Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Debert.Diefenbunker/photos/a.102502873253779.80.100118290158904/271097636394301/?type=1 Original Available @ http://www.datasecuritynode

Economic Developers of Nova Scotia Are Bunkering

October 8th, 2015|0 Comments

  During a meeting of Economic Developers from every major Municipality across Nova Scotia, they took time to come out to the bunker and see what we have developing here. For nearly two hours they got to hear about the history, challenges, and opportunities we have here to bring to the market place. Everyone went away exciting about the prospects and eager to work with us in the days ahead. Original Available @ http://www.datasecuritynode.com/economic-developers-of-nova-scotia-are-bunkering/

Nuclear Bunker Data Center Video

October 8th, 2015|0 Comments

Data Security Node Presents their 64,000 sq/ft nuclear bunker data center introduction pre-improvements. Currently operating at a Tier 2 Uptime capacity, they are now ready to go to the next stage to fill the bunker with secure staffing and infrastructure improvements to provide Tier 4 availability. Water cooled, green energy, military grade security, and dedication to innovative technology developments are among it's highlights. Under even the most extreme conditions man made or natural, your data is safe here. Original Available @ http://www.datasecuritynode.com/nuclear-bunker-data-center-data-security-node/

What is Blockchain Technology?

October 8th, 2015|0 Comments

Simply stated, a blockchain is a ledger of transactions, which can be secured and validated either locally or through a decentralized, peer-to-peer consensus mechanism. It holds a permanent, shared, digital history that cannot be altered or deleted. Since its inception with Bitcoin, blockchain technology has evolved to support a wide array of applications including stock issuance, bond markets, decentralized prediction markets, corporate and retail transactional management, and voting for political elections, just to name a few. The newly developed BitShares 2.0 network has emerged at the forefront of several “next generation” blockchain technologies, combining an almost unlimited potential for app. and feature building with a network capacity of over 100,000 transactions per second (the combined capacity of Visa and the Nasdaq). BitShares 2.0 has also created the world’s first and only voter-based blockchain consensus algorithm, whereby every user of the network can vote on a

The BunkerChain Technology Solution

October 8th, 2015|0 Comments

With the regulatory compliance a main concern, many industry experts have begun turning to other advanced blockchain technologies, such as BitShares, that have improved upon the consensus algorithm by honoring the “lessons” learned through the study and observation of Bitcoin over the past 7 years. BunkerChain Technology Solutions will provide 2nd generation blockchain-based solutions through a partnership with Cryptonomex, the core BitShares development team. Leveraging this partnership along with its own resources, BTS will build a financial exchange and offer banking and smart contracts for companies seeking to improve their uptime availability, increase the security of their data, and reduce their overall computing expenses. Our solutions based on the BitShares 2.0 network are capable of scaling to over 100,000 transactions per second (TPS). Bitcoin at present operates at 7 TPS. Visa/Mastercard run at about 40,000 TPS. With our combined experience and expertise in both

The Bitcoin Blockchain Problem

October 8th, 2015|0 Comments

bcoin-openThe issue of centralized data storage and computing has made corporate accountability, government transparency, and personal privacy increasingly difficult and costly to maintain. Because of this, decentralized blockchain-based solutions are beginning to emerge as a cost-effective, in-demand and viable solution. Since Bitcoin was the first to introduce blockchain technology, it has regularly been called the “gold standard” of a working and viable blockchain solution. However, Bitcoin has several economic flaws that have yet to be adequately addressed, such as its price volatility, and its “Proof of Work” (POW) consensus algorithm that uses complex and expensive hashing and signature verification methods that actually spend more money than they create. Perhaps most concerning, however, is that h