ThunderChain and Copyright Protection Center of China (CPCC) Jointly Build A Blockchain-Based Copyright Protection Ecosystem

The adoption of blockchain technology is increasing across the globe, since the various forms have underlined its immense potential in entrepreneurial projects and public services. When it comes to online copyright protection and enforcement, blockchain technology is shaping up to handle the challenge accordingly.

The transparency, impartiality and non-tampering features of blockchain technology leaves room for imagination on copyright protection. Compared with film and television dramas and literary works, graphic content is more fragmented. Its copyright registration is more cumbersome, with the difficulty of cross-platform complexity, which leads to the relatively insufficient of copyright protection on the Internet. Thankfully, we’ve seen a lot of leading companies in the blockchain area have devoted efforts to set up a start.

Xunlei Limited (Nasdaq: XNET) and its cloud computing arm Shenzhen Onething Technologies Co., remarkable innovators in shared computing and blockchain technology in China, are now exploring blockchain-based solutions for copyright protection system and have seen a breakthrough point. On March 28th , the company unveiled its collaboration withCopyright Protection Center of China (“CPCC”), the national Copyright public service institution supervised directly by State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (National Copyright Administration of China), to further deploy Blackchain-based DCI (Digital Copyright Identification) Service system. The DCI system, which is playing a significant role in the core infrastructure of national internet copyright public services in China, is the innovative service system to provide copyright public services in the digital network environment.

Initiating ceremony of blockchain-powered digital copyright identifier (“DCI”) system in Beijing on March 28th, 2019

As the copyright service system for the entire Internet in China, The DCI System Standard Alliance Chain needs to solve the data demand of hundreds of millions of netizens. At the same time, it needs to face the high concurrent access requirements and content confirmation rights that may occur at any time. High TPS(Transactions Per Second), for example, is one of the core prerequisites for large-scale applications.

ThunderChain’s high-performance technical advantages laid a good foundation for cooperation. It is capable to drive a vast number of such applications in the real economy, adopts a homogeneous multichain framework to realize millions of TPS. Another technical advantage of ThunderChain is using PBFT as its consensus mechanism, which is well recognized in the industry in terms of tolerance. For example, the People’s Bank of China has deployed one of its optimized versions on a blockchain platform for digital check processing.

As the industry benchmark for Blockchain 3.0, ThunderChain has been committed to promoting the application of blockchain technology, providing stable, fast and low-cost smart contract blockchain services for industries, enterprises and developers. ThunderChain’s Open Platform has aided blockchain technology developers and entrepreneurs to create widespread, practical blockchain applications in a range of different sectors, ranging from genetic testing to public welfare. Last year, Xunlei announced partnership withLaidian Technology (“Laidian”) to deploy an online and offline application. As one of the major Chinese startup companies offering mobile phone power bank sharing services, Laidian has covered more than 280 cities in China and served over 100 million customers. By ThunderChain’s strong technical support, Laidian enhances customer experience and explore new business models.

The cooperation with CPCCfurther proves the high performance of ThunderChain. As the world’s prominent blockchain technology, ThunderChain is hopefully to be applied in a spectrum of scenarios in order to empower the industry.

Carolyn Coley is a blockchain reporter. She joined Smartereum after graduating from UC Berkeley in 2018.

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