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ENCINITAS, Calif., Sept. 12, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via OTC PR WIRE -- Com-Guard.com, Inc. (CGUD.pk), the technology company that has been designing and developing security applications for over 15 years, has announced that it is now testing its final development of its implementation of a Bitcoin Full Node on the Raspberry Pi. The product will be named, CGUD DataCrypt™ on a Bitcoin Node.
As previously announced, the Company was able to implement the Software based on information in the Public Domain and referred to the Article, “How to Build a Bitcoin Full Node on a Raspberry Pi” published on August 22, 2017 (Build a Mining Rig). As the article pointed out, “As the Bitcoin network grows, it’s important that people maintain their full nodes. We need to constantly bring new nodes onto the network to keep it decentralized and healthy and a Full Node is simply a computer that is running the Bitcoin Core Wallet. The Bitcoin Core Wallet, by default, downloads a full copy of the Blockchain.”
“It is extremely important for the Bitcoin Network to have Full Nodes running,” said Dr. Edward W. Savarese, CEO of Com-Guard.com, Inc., as referenced in the article, “How to Set up Full Bitcoin Node on Raspberry Pi 3 with Ease”, by Mario Dian, Oct 12, 2016 which reported that, “Running a full node is crucial for securing the Bitcoin network. Without a substantial number of nodes decentralization of Bitcoin would be in danger. If you're a service provider or a volunteer, Raspberry Pi 3 provides a cheap way to access and maintain the full blockchain and contribute to overall security and performance of the network.”
“Com-Guard.com, Inc. has expanded its expertise using the Raspberry Pi line of Computers and implementing Blockchain with a Bitcoin Full Node as a fully configured system. The objective is to configure a solution so that the end user will not have to be a Computer expert to implement it on the Bitcoin network and deliveries are expected at the end of the calendar fourth quarter 2018,” said Dr. Edward W. Savarese, CEO of Com-Guard.com, Inc.
About Com-Guard.com, Inc. (Pink Sheets: CGUD.pk), (www.com-guard.com) Com-Guard, Inc. has been accepted as a developer for the fastest growing mobile platforms, Apple iPhone™, iPad™ and Android™. The Company intends to port its award-winning software, ComputerSafe® to create security applications in the mobile and netbook markets. In addition, it has entered the market for tracking items and events through the use of GPS, public databases and transactions. The Company’s initial product was ComputerSafe® on the Windows Platform and followed up by implementing an App called DataCrypt ™ on the Apple iOS platform. The company has been a developer in the security software market for over 15 years.
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Contact: Dr. Edward Savarese