Zweispace starts to record Tokyo earthquake detector data into blockchain.

Zweispace starts to record Tokyo earthquake detector data into the Bitcoin SV (BSV) blockchain

Zweispace, a BSV blockchain powered PropTech and KensetsuTech company, located in Tokyo, Silicon Valley, and Singapore, holds multiple patents around blockchain. The company started to record earthquake related information in Tokyo generated by its patented earthquake detection system into the BSV Testnet blockchain. The record has the “eee0003” header, meaning fantastic earth.

Zweispace’s decision to use the BSV Testnet chain was made for several reasons, but the security of the BSV chain was the top factor. This was influenced by nChain’s professional approach to security, with its rigorous testing and bounty system for vulnerabilities. Another important factor in the decision was BSV’s philosophical approach to regulation, and it’s decision to work with global government regulations, rather than against them.

Earthquake data from their sensors will be recorded in its real estate BSV blockchain. Zweispace’s partner companies and researchers can search and check the immutable records by using ZWC blockchain explorer. The public can check statistical sensor data in the public BSV blockchain recorded by Zweispace system, using blockchain explorer from public internet. Zweispace expects amateur researchers to access the BSV blockchain data with AI program to form prediction models in Japan. Japan has many amateur astronomers significantly contributing to global knowledge of astronomy. Zweispace hopes to encourage amateur planetary scientists to come up with AI assisted models to predict the impact of and to prepare for the potential 14 trillion-dollar damage to 3rd largest economy by Nankai Trough earthquake.

Zweispace already has massive real estate data in running its own real estate portal site. It also intends to insert extensive earthquake statistical data into the BSV blockchain. To meet the long-term needs, Zweispace is willing to play a leading role in creating and hosting variety of nodes. For example, one specialized in storing massive picture data and another with enhanced time series synchronization.

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