RecordsKeeper: Open Public Mineable Blockchain for Record Keeping & Data Security


RecordsKeeper is an open source Blockchain platform that is used for file uploading and verification. The platform offers a full bundle of structured and easy to access record keeping for companies and individuals. In the RoadsKeeper Blockchain, many users can create multiple streams based on different use cases. The main focus of RecordsKeeper. It uses the top perks of the Blockchain network and creates a platform for secure transfer, integrity, and authenticity of data.

What Is Blockchain?

Blockchain is an irrefutably resourceful invention which is practically bringing about a revolution in the global business market. Its evolution has brought with it a greater good, not only for businesses but for its beneficiaries as well. But since it’s revelation to the world, a vision of its operational activities is still unclear. The main question stick in everyone’s mind is – What is Blockchain?

To start with, Blockchain technology serves as a platform that allows the transit of digital information without the risk of being copied. It has, in a way, laid the foundation of a strong backbone of a new kind of internet space. Originally designed to deal with Bitcoin – trying to explain the layman about the functions of its algorithms, the hash functions, and digital signature property, today, the technology buffs are finding other potential uses of this immaculate invention which could pave the way to the onset of an entirely new business dealing process in the world.

Blockchain, to define in all respects, is a kind of algorithm and data distribution structure for the management of electronic cash without the intervention of any centralized administration, programmed to record all the financial transactions as well as everything that holds value.

The Working of Blockchain

Blockchain can be comprehended as Distributed Ledger technology which was originally devised to support the Bitcoin cryptocurrency. But post heavy criticism and rejection, the technology was revised for use in things more productive.

To give a clear picture, imagine a spreadsheet that’s practically augmented tons to times across a plethora of computing systems. And then imagine that these networks are designed to update this spreadsheet from time to time. This is exactly what blockchain is.

Information that’s stored on a blockchain is a shared sheet whose data is reconciled from time to time. It’s a practical way that speaks of many obvious benefits. To being with, the blockchain data doesn’t exist in one single place. This means that everything stored in there is open for public view and verification. Further, there isn’t any centralized information storing platform which hackers can corrupt. It’s practically accessed over a million computing systems side-by-side, and its data can be consulted by any individual with an internet connection.

Durability and Authenticity of Blockchain

Blockchain technology is something that minims the internet space. It’s chic robust in nature. Similar to offering data to the general public through the World Wide Web, blocks of authentic information are stored on blockchain platform which is identically visible on all networks.

Vital to note, blockchain cannot be controlled by a single people, entity or identity, and has no one point of failure. Just like the internet has proven itself as a durable space since last 30 years, blockchain too will serve as an authentic, reliable global stage for business transaction as it continues to develop.

Transparency and Incorruptible Nature

Veterans of the industry claim that blockchain lives in a state of consciousness. It practically checks on itself every now and then. It’s similar to a self-auditing technology where its network reconciles every transaction, known as a block, which happens aboard at regular intervals.

This gives birth to two major properties of blockchain – it’s highly transparent, and at the same time, it cannot be corrupted. Each and every transaction that takes place on this server is embedded within the network, hence, making the entire thing very much visible all the time to the public. Furthermore, to edit or omit information on blockchain asks for a humongous amount of efforts and a strong computing power. Amid this, frauds can be easily identified. Hence, it’s termed incorruptible.

Users of Blockchain

There isn’t a defined rule or regulation about who shall or can make use of this immaculate technology. Though at present, its potential users are banks, commercial giants and global economies only, the technology is open for the day to day transactions of the general public as well. The only drawback blockchain is facing is global acceptance.

What You Need to Know Today About Data Security

Technology has provided the world with so many wonderful things that make our day to day lives so much easier. Recording data, online shopping and banking as well as researching information on the internet is second nature to many of us now. However, we need to be constantly aware of maintaining data security whether it is on our home computers or in business.

For example it is amazing to think how many different places our personal details are stored. Bank accounts, store accounts and medical surgeries are just a small sample of areas where our details are stored. We rely upon businesses, public sector services and other organizations to ensure that their data security is watertight and our personal information remains confidential.

We have a duty to maintain our own data security as there are many ways this can be manipulated by thieves. Identity theft is one of the biggest and most damaging forms of security breach that can leave individuals in serious trouble. For example, a fraudster can easily use your name, address, date of birth and/or any other personal information to take out a loan against your name.

In fact, data security doesn’t just apply to how you manage your business online. Should you be burgled these days, thieves will be just as interested in bank statements or bills left lying around as they may contain vital personal information. However, they may also target your computer as way to obtain important information.

So much data is stored on computers these days that we are also vulnerable to system crashes, viruses, hackers, human error or natural disasters. A vital way to protect data security and avoid losing vital information stored on computers is to have adequate back-up. One way to do this is by saving files on back-up discs, which should then be stored in a fireproof safe.

Another way to protect data security is by having up to date anti-virus software installed on your PC. This is very important as it will protect your PC from viruses and indeed some anti-virus software packages also offer back-up protection. Adding a firewall will stop unauthorised users hacking in to your system and retrieving confidential information and is another vital data security step.

You can also protect data by having secure passwords on your PC, especially at the log in stage where it will help data security. This is so long as you make passwords difficult to work out with a combination of letters and numbers and don’t write them down. It is important to avoid using obvious passwords like the name of your dog or favourite singer as you would be amazed how easy it is for people to work these out.

In an office environment data security can be breached by allowing too many people access to files. Again this can be overcome by giving files and documents password protection so that only certain users can access confidential information. This can also reduce the risk of data being accidentally overwritten by a careless employee, although read only access to documents can be assigned to certain users as well.

Some systems encrypt data so that only the authorised personnel can see personal information. Strong encryption algorithm is used to prevent hackers from tracking information as you conduct transactions online. Essentially anything the hackers see as you deal with your bank online will be completely meaningless and is a vital component of data security on the internet.

We all need to have data security protection on our computers, whether we are running a large business or just using a home computer. Our personal data is perhaps the most valuable thing we have, so it is critical to do everything we can to stop it being stolen.

RecordsKeeper is an open source Blockchain platform that is used for file uploading and verification. The platform offers a full bundle of structured and easy to access record keeping for companies and individuals. In the RoadsKeeper Blockchain, many users can create multiple streams based on different use cases. The main focus of RecordsKeeper. It uses the top perks of the Blockchain network and creates a platform for secure transfer, integrity, and authenticity of data.

It is easy to access since it’s functionalities are working straight out of the box, being a structured decentralized database.

The upload process is very secured: when a user uploads something, a brief record together with meta information is pushed into the registry while the actual data is encrypted and kept into a different layer for later readability.

How does it work?

First, the user should register on the Recordskeeper Blockchain by providing his or her name and email. Next, the user will generate an XRK wallet where the data will be uploaded. After that, the user will receive the public and private keys to access the wallet. Next, data recording can begin and the user can create a record by entering the data he wants to record. It can be in any format. To confirm it, the user will review his or her data and if everything is ok, the data will be published. To review that data, the user will have to enter the record’s identifier to retrieve it from the Blockchain.


In RecordsKeeper, the Records are a digital copy of any document or file. To be more precise, it is anything that can be converted into one of the following formats: PDF, JPEG, PNG, ZIP, GIF.

Each account can have multiple streams and each stream can have any number of categories. These streams too can have any number of records associated with them.

For a smoother delivery of the service, there are limits that are applied to each stream. To upload the whole file to the stream, the file’s size must be maximum 2MB. Files bigger than 2MB can’t be uploaded directly. The user must upload the hash of the file instead.

Each record has the following attributes:

● One or more publishers that have sign said the item
● A key for readability
● Data
● A timestamp that shows the time when the item has been confirmed


Streams are the collection of records and categories of one entity. A user can have more than one stream for different purposes. An example would be a stream for personal use, one stream for the user’s business or company and another for a close friend or relative.

Files from any stream can be exported as a zip with just a click and sorted into categories and subcategories all directed by the user.

RecordsKeeper being immutable, the records inside the stream cannot be deleted or modified. However, a user can create any number of streams and each one of them can act as an append-only collection of items.

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