British researchers propose a super-safe virtual currency theory framework

Researchers at the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom have recently proposed an ultra-secure "S-money" virtual currency theory framework based on quantum theory and relativity to ensure completely unforgeable and secure certification and to achieve faster than any existing financial technology. More flexible response. The research results have been patented and published in the Royal Society of the Association A. The S-money system requires very fast calculations and therefore requires a lot of computing resources. The researchers plan to collaborate with the Quantum Communication Center to conduct proof-of-concept testing later this year.