In 1977, Ronald Aai was born in Malaysia and is a Ma Chinese. In a family proficient in programming and technology engineering, Ronald, a five-year-old, entered the field of computer programming for the first time under the guidance of his father. Just 15 years old, when the desktop computer was just beginning to become popular, Ronald was invited to write the first version of anti-virus software for DOS in the age of poor social security awareness. The young Ronald has a strong interest in the Internet. In 1996, when he was 19 years old, he developed an online social networking website system in just six months with the background programming of different companies at the age of 16-18. It was developed to the size of 350,000 members and then sold to a public company, a myth of programming in Malaysia.
In the early days of Internet technology development, Ronald was recruited by a semi-government technical agency to work with the Malaysian Ministry of Defence (MINDEF) to develop an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system based on UNSPSC. At the same time, he also led a team of dozens of people to develop the material resource planning (MRP) system of Perodua, Malaysia's largest automaker, and the system was widely used for local heavy metal operations in Malaysia after the manufacturer's monopoly copyright.
In the early 2000s, Ronald's personal enthusiasm and awareness of mobile devices brought him to Argentina and South Korea and to the top software engineers at Samsung, Sewon, and LG to learn about the internal back-office research when the smartphone was not yet on the market. A few years later, he worked with Danish engineers on the development of Skyworks, Sagem and Wavecom chipset platforms (Research & Development). And in 2003, he served as the chief technology officer responsible for designing software and hardware for a large mobile phone manufacturer in Shenzhen, China, and launched more than 20 templates in one year for mobile phone manufacturers such as Sony and Motorola. The young success did not slow the young technologist.
In 2004, he founded his own smartphone and software development company Maxitech. Maxitech has won dozens of awards in the US and Asia for its outstanding achievements in technology away from the market in smartphone technology. Finally, the company attracted more than 50 million users to use its virtual game console platform, which was eventually acquired by Corous360 Pte Ltd, which was headquartered in Singapore.
In Singapore in 2017, Ronald and his team formed a company focused on mobile technology (fin-tech) and later the foundation of Bit Beta Pte Ltd. Soon after, the team was asked to build a mobile device-based blockchain platform after Monero. Ronald and his team designed AURAE's first fully distributed ledger technology (DLT) to take advantage of the potential computing, networking, and storage capacity of mobile devices. The team pioneered the SWARM storage and SHOUT protocols, both of which are key technologies used by the fourth-generation blockchain Bit Beta System (BBS).
The Bit Beta System Bit System (BBS) is Ronald's vision for a truly distributed mobile blockchain that rewards and rewards all participants, not just a wealthy or skilled minority, but It is a popularization solution that enables blockchain technology to be brought into mainstream applications through smartphones.
Bit Beta System Bit System (BBS) is the world's only ultra-fast blockchain network designed for mobile devices (smartphones, IOT devices, etc.). The network allows users and businesses to use asset-backed stable currency as a medium of exchange for real-time global transactions without incurring high intermediation and foreign exchange costs. Companies can easily tie the benefits of the BBS payment platform to their customers and stakeholders, issue certificates for different industry segments, and maintain internal reporting while leveraging rich functionality in decentralized applications (dApps).
Accounting and regulatory transaction data is fully owned and controlled.
Bit Beta System Bit System (BBS) subverts the five characteristics of the old blockchain:
(1) A blockchain network shared by all participants - the user is the "miner", the network is shared
(2) Unlimited expansion – the more users, the faster
(3) Extreme speed network – over 10 million tp/s
(4) Efficient application landing – programming with traditional application/transform blockchain applications
(5) no longer rely on the server – go to data centering
The App users built on the Bit System (BBS) passively obtain transactions as “witnesses” (“miners”) to others by connecting to the Internet without any special knowledge or equipment. The holders of BXB Pass, regardless of the size, enjoy a fair share of network profits and jointly own the fourth-generation blockchain-bit system.
Bit Beta System Bit System (BBS), a revolutionary fourth-generation blockchain network shared by all participants.