CVN adopts a four-layer architecture of basic technology layer, consensus layer, protocol layer, and application layer in the technical architecture, aiming at possible performance bottlenecks in large-scale decentralized applications.
Basic Technology Layer
Supporting the underlying technical facilities of different landing application scenarios, this layer is the foundation of the CVN as the next generation of public chain facilities.
CVN adopts the VRF consensus main chain + PoST (time-space proof) consensus distributed storage. The PBFT fault tolerance achieved at the block height makes the main chain of VRF more stable.
The protocol layer has established all contract applications supported after the mainnet mapping. This is an important technical support for the CVN to establish a business model.
Combined basic applications at the application layer, CVN established a feasible business model on the public chain.
CVN’s decentralized storage cloud provides the infrastructure for a commercial-grade blockchain, which perfectly responds to application scenarios such as high concurrency, relational, key-value pairs, large capacity, efficient indexing, and data security.
CVN BaaS is conceived from the bottom-up. User-ease and developer-friendliness stand among the core ideas of CVN. The elaboration of modular development functions and cloud platform tools.
Lifecloud is a decentralized video content distribution platform built on CVN’s decentralized storage cloud.
The Lifecloud’s decentralized identifiers (DID) supports users to put all their private personal data in a decentralized storage space for management, storage and authentication purposes. This is useful for various on-chain governance, DeFi and other digital identity application scenarios.