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October 17, 2017, 07:14:47 PM
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Hi guys!
I have a question for you. I'm thinking about that Can we keep any information in the blockchain? So I mean, photos, voice records, weather report, locations etc. can keep in the blockchain? If It can, Can we categorise and handle this information in the blockchain? Thanks!
The very blockchain itself is keeping information as we speak. We can keep all sorts of information in it including everything that you mentioned. But everything that you place in it is right there forever. Can you categorize? It depends on the blockchain you are using.

Yes. I have to categorize this data and I thought that I can use SVM(Support Vector Machine) for categorizing this data. Is it possible ha?

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October 17, 2017, 08:24:57 PM
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There are lots of ICOs already that allow us to prove the authorship of the files that means they are stored in Blockchain. It may be wrong, but I definitely saw such things on b-talk

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October 17, 2017, 09:05:48 PM
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I know everything is possible with blockchain technology.
you can do whatever you want with software just imagine

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October 17, 2017, 09:42:59 PM
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Yes of course and as I know there are some attempts by BitFury on it. Georgia is going to make something similar like storing information of home owners, building owners, place owners and etc. It's high standart of security and as you know blockchain technology, no one can edit anything because information is store and confirmed by every user.
I bet you'll see (OP) that features in very near future.

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October 23, 2017, 12:39:29 PM
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Yes of course and as I know there are some attempts by BitFury on it. Georgia is going to make something similar like storing information of home owners, building owners, place owners and etc. It's high standart of security and as you know blockchain technology, no one can edit anything because information is store and confirmed by every user.
I bet you'll see (OP) that features in very near future.
Thank you so much for your great response!  Smiley

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October 24, 2017, 12:54:55 AM
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The way I see it, blockchain is only a way to ensure no data is tampered with without the acknowledgement of all users.

In other words, it is a public ledger - a public book of all transactions or changes.

So I think you could record that information but you cannot change it when the transaction is made.
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October 24, 2017, 12:29:07 PM
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You could but it's usually not the most effient place to store large amounts of data. Blockchains strength is its immutable nature which makes it ideal as a ledger but considering the cost and bandwidth for mirroring large chunks of data to ever node it isn't ideal.

You are right but If these datas are very very large amount, I mean "Big data", I think this methode can more usefull than keeping in the database ha?

So where would this “big data” be stored at? Would you have an offchain database to write your large datasets to?  For instance, a medical records company that is producing 300GB of data a day

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October 24, 2017, 03:32:56 PM
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Yes, blockchain is a database and you can keep all information that you want (in case if you build your own blockchain). If you want to use some existing blockchain like ethereum, you need check that this blockchain support. More existing blockchains is not designed to store large files in one block.
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