Blockchain & Decentralized Platform

Blockchain technology has significant development potential in several areas: Enhanced Security, Improved Transparency and Accountability, Efficient and Trustworthy Transactions, Decentralization and Empowerment, Innovation and Disruption, Interoperability and Collaboration. The development potential of blockchain lies in its ability to enhance security, transparency, efficiency, decentralization, and innovation across industries. As this technology continues to develop, we can expect to see more transformative applications and solutions that will reshape traditional systems and provide more opportunities for individuals and businesses.

The first approach of our research is related to the integration of blockchain and software-defined networking (SDN), which is an attempt to present an innovative approach in terms of distributed network management and security. Blockchain is a distributed ledger technology that provides trust and transparency between network participants. SDN improves flexibility and efficiency by centralizing network management with software control. The integration of these two technologies enables a new level of security and network management to be achieved.

Another blockchain-related research topic is Zero-Knowledge Protocol (ZKP) technology. Research on integrating blockchain and zero-knowledge protocol (ZKP) technology is an attempt to achieve a balance between privacy and transparency in blockchain. Blockchain provides transparency and integrity of data as a distributed ledger, but by default all transaction and account information is public, which can be vulnerable to privacy. On the other hand, ZKP is a technology that proves and verifies information through a mathematical protocol without revealing actual data. In this way, we are exploring the possibility of expanding the scope of blockchain technology while increasing reliability and security.