If you hadn't thought about it before, the Blockchain arrived in space two days ago (December 5). This is being made by Spacechain, an unearthed space agency that aims to bring Blockchain technology into space. It would be literally another level, you can create and run Blockchain-based untallowed applications using satellite networks in space.
Well, last thursday, the hardware equipment needed to be able to install at the International Space Station (ISS) the node that will serve to perform some tests that they want to do.
The company founded in 2017 seeks to improve transaction security and management in supply chain data. Instead of using the private key, they use multi-signature verification. It takes two or three signatures to be able to make the transaction and the satellite in space is one of those signatures. They claim that it has been proven to be a very secure scheme for making transactions on a blockchain.
Thursday's launch is the company's third. A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket went off for the International Space Station to deliver the satellite.
Not only will we be able to see the traceability of the Blockchain on the internet, but if there is good weather and atmospheric conditions are faborable we can see the Blockchain passing in the sky.