Hyperion (HYN) is a decentralized mapping platform that aims to achieve the “One Map” vision – providing a unified view of global mapping data and services, and at the same time making for it to be accessible as a public utility to 10 billion people. Built on top of the Spatial Consensus Protocol, which includes not only spatial information but also value transfer, Hyperion fundamentally redefines how we create and use map services, following the first principle. is to make the map open and decentralized.
The first privacy-aware mapping application built on strong cryptographic roots. All map functions, such as navigation and search, are calculated locally on your device. Track your location, never leave your phone and you have the ability to record it all with one click. Through their crypto library, you can even share your location with your friends without any other multimedia platform knowing where you are and where you want to go.
- Public key identification security
- Extremely private, leaving no location traces on your phone
- Location Passcode Sharing (CLS)
Map3 enables a new spatial data usage model and infrastructure that is 1000 times more efficient in size, performance, and cost. Map3 is basically a decentralized PaaS for Maps/LBS, powered by One Map Compute technology – supporting a huge network of decentralized Map3 nodes.
- Create and use arbitrary map layers with custom usage policies
- Scalable decentralized infrastructure to enable 1000x performance
- Seamless transition from other map technology stacks (e.g. Mapbox, OpenLayer)
- Strong native cryptography to support encrypted map data
Atlas is a high performance spatial consensus blockchain that powers a world mapping service based on Elastic Spatial Sharding. It addresses spatial service requirements such as map asset transactions and authentication, with special features such as censorship resistance, open participation, and fault tolerance. Atlas will empower Hyperion to build a decentralized global mapping economy serving 10 billion users as it builds.
Atlas will improve on scalability, low latency, low cost, privacy protection, scalability, and interoperability as it is built, to meet location requirements at scale. big. When the mainnet launches, users will join Map3 as Atlas nodes to improve the security and performance of the blockchain network, with economic rewards in HYN. The details of the reward are yet to be confirmed but will be closely linked to the fringe community and the core of the nodes.
How to achieve that?
The Map3 network connects different roles from token holders, map developers, investors, and map users through an internal socio-economic structure underpinned by the PoH consensus protocol. While these participants share different values and goals, they can choose to join the ecosystem at Titan, Map3 or Atlas for a variety of economic rewards.
At the Titan level, token holders stake their HYN to support node operators running Map3 nodes to incentivize service so they can share service rewards with node operators. At the network level, Map3 nodes compete fairly based on their location services provided to the ecosystem, and winners can bet back on running Atlas nodes for incentives. mining.
At the Atlas chain level, shard nodes compete for fully PoS-based block generation nodes – the amount and length of time staking on the Map3 network. At this level, microbuilders lending HYN with stackable map3 nodes, can also share Atlas level mining rewards.
The pyramid structure is designed to automate and sustainably deploy the ecosystem by encouraging deeper community participation, and Map3 opens the portal for token holders, press, experts and traditional Internet users to operate the ecosystem through staking, deploying Map3 nodes and production blocks in exchange for economic rewards.
With a project development team, Hyperion is a gathering place of young, passionate and dynamic people with new creations. They are both a great motivator and an indispensable factor to complete the project. Some key factors:
- Kai Law is the CEO
- Eric Huang is the COO
- Guangxian Zou is the CTO
- Isaac Zhang is the Chief Architect
The concept of this project is quite interesting, the project itself and the development team also have a clear development roadmap from the beginning, and HYN is the version of Consensus Map (Consensus Map) that the team intends. develop.
HYN is a cryptocurrency with a promising future and an investment option for crypto enthusiasts. HYN promises to bring a lot of value in the current 4.0 era.
You can see the price of HYN here.
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