Vortex Protocol will iterate over the existing storage methods. According to the basic structure of C60

What is Vortex Protocol

Vortex Protocol will iterate over the existing storage methods. According to the basic structure of C60, the original protocol uses partial storage for the whole to form a complete closed loop. When the data is requested, select the node with the most complete resources nearby and send data to the requesting node. Like vortex, it will accelerate the formation of convergence when reaching the exit, and when uploading data, In the protocol, the node with the best resources (node duration, bandwidth and storage medium) will be selected when accessing data.

The second generation protocol improves the three-dimensional performance according to the diamond structure, increases the in-depth interaction of data, and achieves the optimal access goal of decentralized data.It is the best solution in the process of implementing WEB3.

Demonstrate Torah's social responsibilities and fulfill the responsibilities and obligations to the whole society

Under the strategic traction of global economic development, rapid economic development continuously puts forward new demands on energy requirements, and energy reform is imminent; Torah further accelerates energy reform, optimizes the industrial structure and energy structure (distributed storage), and helps the global economy and society Towards a green and environmentally friendly development.

Torah is always fulfilling his social rights and interests to the whole society, and innovatively proposes to realize a reasonable layout of data collection, conversion, transaction, storage, and consumption according to the modern international energy development plan. By digitizing all low-carbon behaviors , Make full use of interconnection, intercommunication, co-construction, sharing, more digitalization, informationization, intelligence, and efficiency, breaking industry barriers, and making important contributions to the realization of global carbon neutral development.

Promote globalization of energy saving and emission reduction, and become the leader of carbon neutral projects

Torah adheres to the concept of green development, empowers smart low-carbon energy development in the digital age, promotes global energy conservation and emission reduction, and becomes a pioneer in carbon neutral projects; Torah combines blockchain, the Internet, big data, and artificial intelligence with the real economy. Combining to create a sustainable Internet smart ecology.

In the process of Torah's carbon neutral ecological global layout, to promote the realization of Torah energy saving and emission reduction technology, Torah will also actively participate in global environmental protection in cooperation with the community.

Meet the needs of global users to reduce their carbon footprint

The development of Torah will promote the technological innovation and development of 5G, privacy computing, knowledge graph, Internet of Things, big data technology, blockchain technology, big AI technology and distributed storage in the energy field, while using high technology and market Propelling users to improve their daily rational energy consumption habits, enhance their awareness of energy conservation and environmental protection, promote natural ecological balance, achieve better proximity to users, serve users in demand around the world, and further promote the great progress of social civilization.

Meet the relevant requirements of contemporary countries in low-carbon regulations and carbon tax policies

More and more countries are urgently pursuing ecological environment, infrastructure, industrial upgrading, green services, energy conservation and environmental protection, clean production, and clean energy. Global energy pattern, governance system, energy management, low-carbon development trend, energy conservation and emission reduction awareness, The concept of green environmental protection has been deeply rooted in the hearts of the people, and all countries are actively creating higher quality, lower energy consumption, smarter, greener and healthier energy management systems.

Torah conforms to the trend of the times, and empowers energy in the digital era to be "carbon neutral" and promote Blockchain, Internet, big data, and artificial intelligence are integrated with entities to create sustainable energy development and a comprehensive smart energy ecology.

Frequently asked questions

Getting Started

How do I use the Maps APIs?

You can read our documentation to get started with just a few lines of code.

How do I use Mapbox Studio?

We have an extensive Mapbox Studio Manual that explains everything you need to know about Studio.

How do I design a good map?

Check out The Guide to Map Design to learn how to customize your maps to improve performance, focus the visual narrative, and match your brand.

What is the limit for offline usage on mobile?

Mobile apps built with the Mapbox Maps SDKs for iOS and Android can seamlessly offer offline maps to users. With the Pay-as-you-go plan, your users can cache up to 6,000 map tiles on their device. Learn more on our Offline help page, or contact us about Enterprise options that scale to support your needs.


What is your source data?

All of our data sources are detailed here: https://www.mapbox.com/about/maps/#data-sources

What languages do you support?

All Mapbox template maps use the Mapbox Streets vector tileset for map features. In this tileset, there are different name fields for each of the label layers. Mapbox Streets supports the name field (the name or names used locally for the place) globally and thus Mapbox maps have partial language coverage for over 100 local languages and we continue to add to these over time. View the complete list of languages we fully support.

Can I upload my own data?

Yes, you can upload both Datasets and Tilesets. Datasets provide access to feature geometries (points, lines, and polygons) and properties (attributes), both of which can be edited in the Mapbox Studio dataset editor or through the Mapbox Datasets API.

Tilesets are lightweight collections of vector data that are optimized for rendering and are not editable, but can be styled in the Mapbox Studio style editor. View our help guides to see accepted file types and transfer limits.

Can I store Mapbox maps data permanently?

You may temporarily cache maps on end-user devices (e.g., laptops, smartphones, or tablets) for offline use, but each device must populate its cache using direct requests to the Maps APIs and content from a cache may only be consumed by a single end user. On mobile devices, you may only cache up to the limits set in the applicable Mapbox SDK, and you may not circumvent or change those limits. You may not redistribute maps, including from a cache, by proxying, or by using a screenshot or other static image instead of accessing maps through the Maps APIs. You may not scrape or download maps for any purpose other than temporary offline caching on a single end user’s device.

Can I trace or create my own data using your tools?

You may use Studio or third-party software to trace Mapbox Satellite Imagery and produce derivative vector datasets, but only for non-commercial purposes and for OpenStreetMap. If you would like to use Studio to trace Mapbox Satellite Imagery for commercial purposes, contact us.


How much do the Maps APIs cost?

Go to the pricing page to learn about pricing for maps.

What happens if I exceed the free API requests?

We’ll send you an automated notice when you exceed your free requests, so you know when you’re being charged. As long as your payment information is valid, we will automatically invoice you. If you exceed the limit and don’t have payment information on your account, we’ll send you an email notifying you and give you a short grace period to pay us so your maps won’t get shut down.