Secure messaging and document management projects in the corporate market offer solutions to their customers with classical security infrastructures, this is a fast growing market. As far as I know, there is no solution that provides web3-based Hopr protocol level security. Companies want to move their project files related to strategic collaborations that they intend to carry out tender dossier patent studies on multi-layered and high data security platforms. There are hundreds of thousands of companies on our planet that need this type of product and are ready to invest.
I think that a new product working on the hopr protocol with a customizable infrastructure will make a lot of noise.
Entering the market with a high-end enterprise web3 application.
Awareness in the corporate market.
Collaboration and demands with great potential from the global market.
Other than breach of trust “There isn’t much we can do about it and unfortunately the vast majority of exploits stem from that”, I think distributing data using a hopr network, especially between remote locations, would provide a strong layer of security.
Can you provide more information on what you’re imagining here? It feels like you’re suggesting that the remoteness of the location would expose some crucial metadata that wouldn’t be as revealing if the transfer was happening from somewhere more populated. This feels analogous to the argument for cover traffic, but I don’t see how it relates to you original proposal. As @bot says, that doesn’t do much to circumvent the trust issue (if anything, it makes it worse - if I’m in a remote location, it’s hard for me to steal documents and get away with it. With HOPR it’s easier).
And I don’t see what exploits arise simply from the metadata exposure.
I have been working on blockchain development regularly for the last 3 months. My first attempt was to run hopr on the avalanche network, it was successful, now I decided to show my idea as a demo app. This is the easiest way.