MATRIX Fact Sheet 61-70

61- DID is the most valuable innovation made possible by Web 3.0.
Thanks to features such as immutability and hash encryption, decentralised identity (DID), a previously impossible way of creating digital identities has become available.
Matrix AI contributes to the development of Web 3.0 with the solutions it develops.
62- Matrix AI contributes to the creation of smart cities with solutions such as MANAS MANTA MANITO.
63- Are you ready for MANAS?
65- Matrix’s IPFS storage is an important part of the infrastructure of Web 3.0. It is responsible for storing Web 3.0’s content and access protocols. Just like the cloud storage services we are used to today, distributed storage will become the essential infrastructure for storing and distributing content in the future.
66- Focus and #BUIDL
Work with major platforms for NFT trading 99%
Completed instruction manuals for all mainstream platforms.
67- MATRIX’s Secure Virtual Machine can detect attacks on transactions by providing AI-backed vulnerability detection with fault-tolerant protocols.
Before a transaction is initiated, the MATRIX Secure Virtual Machine proactively selects a safe checkpoint in anticipation of a complication. If an issue does emerge, the MATRIX Secure Virtual Machine is easily able to perform a rollback to ensure that the address and state of the Intelligent Contract is as it was prior to the compromised transaction. This avoids malicious consequences.
68- Settle down to hard work in a bear market, and burst out in the next bull market!
- Ceo , Owen Tao
69- DID will become the primary port for #Web 3.0 traffic. And if M-Port can achieve all the functions we envision, it will lead the #DID solution market, and a complete #ecosystem of Web 3.0 apps as well as #DeFi and #DAO projects surrounding M-Port will pop up.
All this will make the Matrix ecosystem more vibrant and attract more traffic and partnerships. As the brain of the #Metaverse , MANTA also stands to benefit.
70- Matrix AI provides computational power for the metaverse by separating computation from consensus.