Q by SoLVBL™’s patent-pending protocol offers unprecedented speed and scalability, greater confidentiality, plus cost-effective implementation. DLT struggles to provide any of these attributes.
Q by SoLVBL™ does not ask for valuable data to be sent into a distributed network, nor does it impose high latency while that network reaches consensus. Q by SoLVBL™ provides its specific assurances and permits users to store and verify as frequently as needed for their applications.
In addition, with Q by SoLVBL™ you don’t have to expose your data to an outside network.
Blockchain or Distributive Ledger Technology (DLT) asserts that it moves trust from more easily corrupted individual entities onto a wide, distributed network that is much harder to corrupt. Consider a world in which all finance is on DLT, and DLT is used to provide a ‘single source of truth’ for all mankind. At that point a handful of chip manufacturers control the entire world. Collusion between a handful of engineers working behind closed doors (chip designs are closely-guarded secrets) to design the chips supporting the computation of the entire DLT could back-door the entire infrastructure.
Therefore the ‘true’ security of DLT is the probability of collusion between less than a dozen chip manufacturers, and that makes it feel much less secure.