Hash: Decentralized Messaging Application using Smart Contracts
Bharathi Koduri, Giridhar Mesram, Haricharan Vallabhaneni
decentralized, peer-to-peer solution, Ethereum, reliability, Smart Contracts
Conventional text messaging systems face limitations due to centralized architectures, compromising network reliability, availability, and privacy. This project proposes a decentralized peer-to-peer solution built on Ethereum to address these shortcomings. The transition to a decentralized system leverages Ethereum’s capabilities for secure communication channels, ensuring heightened privacy and reliability. A key innovation is the implementation of a provisional node management system, enabling seamless message transmission even when the recipient is offline. This system optimizes unsent message queue size, preventing excessive resource consumption while maintaining efficient delivery. The proposed decentralized peer-to-peer model, fortified by Ethereum integration and the resilient node management system, undergoes rigorous testing, confirming its ability to overcome the limitations of traditional centralized approaches and marking a significant advancement towards a more reliable, private, and decentralized messaging infrastructure.
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Unique Paper ID: 164706

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 12

Page(s): 2045 - 2051
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