Sunday, 17 June 2018

Sparkster - Decentralized Cloud and Smart Software + 10 million transactions

Sparkst ico

Now creating software still needs an intermediary step as the programming language. But not just one kind of programming language for all, but for each operating system or platform we have to use a different language. That's a problem ... but now with Sparkster you just need to use English to write your own software. I am excited to think that I can create my own technology product even though I do not know about programming language.

What is Sparkster's idea?

The Sparkster project is building two types of work. The first is a decentralized platform so that users can create intelligent software easily in the normal English language without needing to know the programming language. And the second is a decentralized cloud, which aims to replace the traditional electronic cloud, with a processing speed of up to 10 million transactions per second.

Sparkster's ecosystem:
Sparkster's ecosystem consists of two independent, interconnected arrays: the programming platform for creating and running intelligent software, and distributed computing.

Sparkster platform:

The Sparkster decentralization platform is where every smart software can be designed and built in a "drag and drop" way.

This method will simplify the typing of lines of code and reduce the time load that creates software from months to days. The Sparkster platform will also allow for horizontal expansion, and application of data transmission lines to support the high-tech needs of artificial intelligence and IoT technology. In the same way, the software created on the Sparkster platform will be made specifically for applications with large transaction volumes. The Sparkster platform also highlights the system's security. The project will apply a 256-bit enhanced encryption standard between platform interactions and the OAuth 2.0 protocol to validate them.

The software on the Sparkster platform will be standalone and can be used on decentralized cloud computing of the project. Users will be allowed to choose where the software will operate. However, in the long run, using Sparkster's cloud software will be much cheaper than applying software on the platform they were created.

Sparkster's cloud computing:

This will be where smart authoring software, created on the Sparkster platform, will be uploaded and used. Users can install Sparkster applications on their phones to use these smart applications.

Companies and users wishing to run their applications on Sparkster's decentralized platform will have to bid on decentralized trading platforms and deposit a SPARK amount equal to what they are willing to pay. This is a free market: customers will set the price they are willing to pay, and the maintainer of the network will be selected at any price they see fit to receive. When prices and prices are matched, the transaction will be executed and the application will be run.

The SPARK project co-ordinates will be provided to the diggers to support the data processing capabilities of the phone and computer. In addition, the nodes can store and process data in the Sparkster network. These nodes will be responsible for managing the decentralized data on the platform and hoarding software structures designed by members of the Sparkster community. In case some data needs to be kept fixed, the nodes on the network will be paid at the appropriate SPARK fee to make the request.

In Sparkster's cloud computing ecosystem, each component will have different responsibilities. Persons maintaining the network will have to deposit SPARK bundles to ensure their transparent operation. And the transaction confirmation buttons in the system will find and stop any wrong activity and take care of the network maintainer.

Sharding Technology:
Because Sparkster's cloud computing is designed to be a blockchain network that specializes in intelligent software implementation, the project avoids the existing restrictions on blockchain networks at the present time such as maintaining the integrity of the system. This will allow the project to divide the data table into smaller pieces that are equivalent to each customer group's data. And it's important that each of these pieces of code does not get noticed and linked to other parts of the system. This is a special benefit to Sparkster's blockchain system. For you to imagine this model, imagine the blocks in the blockchain system of the Sparkster project in a cell:

When the sacrifice has not reached a certain number of nodes, that cell will divide. Thus, if a cell block in the system is processing 1,000 transactions per second, when it is split, the processing speed becomes 2,000 transactions per second. This is done successfully because Sparkster does not need to maintain the system. This means that each cell in the system is unrelated to another cell, and will only process blocks of data in that cell.

In theory, there is no limit to the number of cells in the system. And because of that the system will not have a limit on the number of transactions that the project can achieve even if the number is more than 10 million transactions per second. Limits will, in fact, depend on how many people maintain the network in Sparkster's electronic cloud.

Mechanism of approval of the system:
The Sparkster project will use the FBA (Federal Byzantime Agreement), proposed by the Stellar network, to serve as a confirmation mechanism for all transactions. This is made easy because every approval in the system follows the block method. That is, if block A is message B, and if block B confirms the transaction, block A will confirm the transaction instead of waiting for the system to validate. And in order to prevent malicious actions in the system, the project will develop an additional layer of technology that is responsible for delivering work and rewards to the individual in the system. This will create an autonomous network with good incentives to maintain credibility.


To ensure the security of the system, the project will apply the Zero Knowledge Proof method and encrypt all data available on the Sparkster distributed cloud computing. This method will limit the number of individuals to interact with sensitive and authoritative data and allow users to confirm that the data is available on the system without having to directly verify it. 

The terrible speed in the test-net system of the project

Development team of the project

The Sparkster team has extensive experience in project areas. Team members have extensive experience working in large companies and organizations such as Cisco and IBM. The team also has 17 software architects. So the project process will not have any big problems. In addition, the project leaders have extensive business and business experience. Should be in the long run, the development of the company is also not difficult.

a. Advisor
Gary Leavens: Dean of Computer Science, Programming Language Specialist at the University of Florida. University of Iowa faculty. Formerly a programmer at the MIT Institute of Technology (MIT).

Juan Albelo: Senior Vice President of SAP (Indian Technology Company). Served as vice president of business at Oracle.

b. Lead
Sajjad Daya: Sparkster CEO- 15 years of business and leadership experience. Of which there are 2 years experience in technical support at Cisco. 3 years of business development at Xprint. 1 year as head of software development at Syncoms. 10 years as investment manager at Syncoms. More than two years as CEO at More than 3 years as Vice President of Business Technology at Syncoms.

Amit Kumar: Chief Technology Officer - 20 years of App and Database Development experience at Syncoms for 7 years. Nearly 5 years as Database Director at Wipro.

Shabeer Kirmani: Chief Technology Officer - 3 years at Accenture (Top 10 influential technology companies in the blockchain industry). From October 2013 to now hold the position of Director, Data Science at the US Department of Defense.

Dayanie Rajeev: Human Resources - 3 years working at Citibank India since 2003. 1 year working at Accenture since 2006, 3 years at IBM in 2007-2010, 4 years in Human Resources from 2010 to 2014.

Neeru Pallen: Marketing department. 3 years as marketing manager at Syncoms UK from 2011, SEO consultant for The Times in 2013. 1 year as a commercial web service.

Munawar Bijani: Senior Software Engineer- 7 years of back-end software programming experience.

Combined, the Sparkster team is said to be from well-known large corporations such as Cisco, HSBC, Wipro, Infosys, Capgemini, Citibank, IMB, Accenture, AT & T, Pfizer, NBC Universal, Snapdeal, OLA, etc.

The project is set up from 2014, from around 2014-2016 is the platform development, and Beta release

  • 2017 signed a cooperation agreement with Libelium and ARM. Run Private Beta program, complete performance optimization.
  • 2018 Finalizing the plan to build a decentralized cloud structure. T3 released the internal Dcloud Beta v0.1. T4 announced a full-fledged enterprise platform. T5 Announced Sparkster to Market.
  • Q2 2018 Platform Announces Arduino and ESP Platform Support for Developing Non-Code Applications.
  • Q3 2018 Announcement of platform for ARM equipment such as cooperation agreement. Becomes one of the first IOT platforms to integrate into ARM. The output version supports input sensors for the app on the phone such as (GPS, gyroscope, accelerometer, etc).
  • Q4 2018 Alpha version for Decentralized Cloud. Launched full version for AI support applications not just for PC version.
  • 2019 Integrates other blockchain such as NEO, Cardano, Stellar to support payment transactions. Announces Platform for Data Analysis and Data Archiving for Enterprise Customers.
Telegram: Membership increased rapidly from 1k member to 3k member in just 2 days (from May 12-14). The current number of members is 6k member. The admin team responded positively, timely.

The project received positive reviews from the ICO analysis page.


  • The idea is clear: decentralized software and cloud computing
  • Website presentation professional, complete, scientific including all the information and communication interfaces needed. Be sure to provide evidence of the project's high credibility.
  • Public permission to participate in system testing.
  • The development team consists of quality members: mentors are professors from top technology universities; Leaders have years of leadership and technology experience at leading technology corporations and branches in India. In particular, they were involved, and worked together long before the project started. Programmers are senior programmers. Marketing and business staff are leaders from reputable companies, magazines and banks. This team represents a strong governance structure, each of which is made up of excellent members of each field and is well-managed.
  • Roadmap: are milestones with products that are almost complete, basic. Creates trust.
  • High hype (community): The project received positive reviews from the analysis page, ICO synthesis.
  • Token metrics: logical token allocations, acceptable hardcap levels. Tight sale policy, carefully vesting mode for developers in 2 years and bonus token. Declaration of all information is transparent from time (sale, release, pay token after 2 weeks, etc.), quantity.

Minus point
  • Although the projections on the roadmap of the project are very clear and we can see what the project has done since 2014, at present Sparkster has no code line on Github at all. We can only now believe that the project is real and transparent, supported by Ian Balina and project videos posted online. However, we can also understand that Sparkster has not yet posted on Github to avoid competitors using their technologies before filing for patent applications.
  • The transaction speed of the Sparkster platform will reach 10 million transactions when more people participate in the ecosystem. In theory this can happen, but in fact we still need to consider it.
  • The cloud market is an extremely tough market with big companies like Amazon, IBM and SAP. In addition, these companies are in the process of developing their own blockchain technology to reduce data processing time and service fees, etc. Should Sparkster, in addition to creating software in common language, also need to develop projects quickly before large companies dominate the market.

Reviewed by ME 

The Sparkster project is a very entrepreneurial and development project. Overall, the Sparkster platform is not really a blockchain platform, but rather a blockchain-based project. But because the project knows how to PR and hit the investor psychology in the current ICO market, looking at Sparkster will be a very good project. Even decentralized applications for creating software without code, in the traditional market are also available. But instead of creating another product on the market, the project has shifted to blockchain to apply and is also considered the first project to address these problems. In terms of investment, this is a good project for people to put money into. But since there are no Github commits, people need to be alert.

HYPE: Indicates the spread of the project to the community on Telegram, bitcointalk, redit, Slack, Medium, Tweeter, Steemit, Fb, Articles, ...

RISK: The risk rating of the project is based on Team elements, Idea project, project transparency, project roadmap, Whitepaper.

ROI: Index of Return on Investment in USD

TERM: Short-Term Investment Rating (Short, Medium, Long Term) for capital strategy.

ICOGENS 'SCORE: This score is based on the score of the other four criteria or reflects my level of interest in this project. It is not an ROI but rather a level of interest for the project.



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