Phala Network and Dmail have reached an in-depth partnership on the construction of decentralized cloud facilities. Phala will provide Dmail with decentralized cloud computing service support, and use Fat Contract to provide Dmail users with privacy data protection and a low-latency user experience.
As a new generation of decentralized mailboxes, one of Dmail’s visions is to help users solve information security problems and improve information security through decentralized technology. This is also one of the important topics Phala discusses in the field of decentralized cloud computing.
Dmail is deployed on the Dfinity network, which aims to build a private ‘container and DID solution’ for each mailbox to ensure the security of user information. However, since user data will be stored in public storage networks such as AR, it is necessary to ensure user privacy and the efficient process of massive data. Fat Contract is a perfect solution for big data processing, which serves as a trustless encryption middleware for decentralized storage to ensure data privacy, and provides users with a low-latency response to truly realize the vision of Web3.0.
Why fat contract is the perfect solution？
Fat contract is a product incubated by Phala Network which is the perfect complement to the smart contract. Fat contract has features such as low latency, high performance, privacy protection, and freedom to re-use existing services.
Low-latency real-time computation — Email delays can be frustrating. Traditional blockchain smart contracts cannot meet the requirement of low latency because they are executed at block intervals, which will cause an negligible delay in mail sending and receiving. While with Fat Contract, the response time for Dmail should not exceed one second. By enabling direct access to the workers, fat contracts can achieve millisecond-level read responses, making it a perfect choice to deploy metaverse, game services and other time-sensitive products like Dmail.
Data Privacy — The existing decentralized storage services focus on the availability of data, while the privacy of data requires the users to keep secret keys themselves or delegate them to the service provider. Powered by hardware-based Secure Enclave, Fat Contract can help users to safely keep their keys, transparently encrypt their data and then upload to the decentralized storage for them. This makes it a trustless encryption middleware for all the storage services.
Construction of Web 3.0 Together
Dmail will further explore the deployment of a decentralized mailbox system on Phala to facilitate the development of Dmail distributed storage, smart contract construction, and email encryption and decryption. Phala also plans to become the first enterprise end user of Dmail. At the same time, the two parties will jointly discuss the future of decentralized cloud computing and information security.
About Dmail Network
Dmail is an on-chain Email tool with the function of Web 3.0 asset transfer. Deployed on Dfinity, each Dmail mailbox corresponds to a private “canister”. Dmail guarantees the safety of user information, and forms the fundamental decentralized identity (DID). With Dmail, users can access information, assets and DApps securely and seamlessly.
Dmail, backed by Dfinity(ICP) Foundation, is the next generation blockchain-based Web 3.0 email that builds a comprehensive platform, integrating the functions of message communication, asset management, and data storage. In the end, Dmail will be a fundamental infrastructure tool for users to come into the Web 3.0 era. Dmail has raised seed strategic funding from Amino Capital, Hashkey Capital, Draper Dragon, Outliers Fund, Dfinity Foundation and other 10+ global top VCs so far nearly 15,000 users have joined the NFT domain accounts presale and demo test.
About Phala Network
Phala Network tackles the issue of trust in the computation cloud.
By organizing a decentralized network of computation nodes around the world, it offers high-performance services without relying on any cloud vendor. Phala workers run the programs in Secure Enclaves, a privacy technology already embedded into modern processors, enabling versatile and confidential execution. Together, this creates the infrastructure for a powerful, secure, and scalable trustless computing cloud.