If you have followed us for a while, you will already be familiar with the DApp Tango Beta. Tango is a user-friendly, ground-breaking secure data storage product which empowers anyone to register, share, sign and save documents through a decentralized blockchain application.
We are now excited to announce the release of Tango Reloaded, a major update incorporating new features and improvements following extensive user testing over the last months. The difference between Tango Reloaded and traditional storage solutions, such as Google Drive or Dropbox, is that Proxeus puts the power entirely in the hands of the user.
How? The ownership and sharing rights are held by the user’s crypto-identity, the files are fully encrypted and the storage provider can be selected individually for each file based on the physical location or security grade required by data protection requirements.
Proxeus stores the encrypted data in a secure off-chain facility, while putting advanced access controls on-chain using smart contracts.
ROCKCHAIN, the service provided by Mount 10, is currently the exclusive storage provider, storing the data in what can best be described as a military bunker, Fort Knox style. It is Europe’s most secure data centre, with multi-level protection and servers stored deep inside the Swiss mountains.
Co-founder Antoine Verdon says: “I am very excited about Tango as its potential goes way beyond the decentralized storage of information. We allow users to truly own their data, to associate it with their crypto-identity and to control the sharing of it over a blockchain interface. It is a key piece of technology that constitutes a stepping stone for anyone interested to build blockchain products around the concept of self-sovereign identity.”
The new features offer enhanced functionalities and have been defined in collaboration with several community members who gave feedback in the months following the first Tango release.
Thanks to new ground-breaking advancements, now literally anyone can store files and manage permissions decentrally. “Tango Reloaded is incredibly simple to use. The interface is extremely user-friendly, so anyone can use it to upload and share, sign and register documents, says Stephan Balzer, Product Manager at BlockFactory AG, the company that has developed the DApp for Proxeus.
The Proxeus team seems to have an affection for passionate dances (the last release, a workflow generator, was aptly named Rumba). The name Tango was chosen as the dance represents strength and firmness, but simultaneously, a vibrant and playful energy. And you need both elements to make the technique work.
When you’ve tested it, we want to hear from you! What are your favourite features? Would you like different functionalities and if so, what? Let us know.