Eternity nearshore data storage "Nautacta" Ceará Abyssal Plain, 44°W, 0°N/ atlantic ocean. In this area, near Amazon estuary and outside of the 12 mileage national authority and territorial waters, all transaction data of Eternity customers are stored. This "nearshore" sovereignty over digital data (introduced and used by Google) was implemented as a security service for Eternity customers to prevent further erosion of their privacy and keep their personal documents such as wills and the like, safe..... using state of the art holo-chain technology to protect against the increasingly invasive digital memory of the Internet.
Data storage of Eternity is further equipped with a redundant system, to prevent transactions being interrupted and to protect servers against failure; In addition, hackers have no chance because all servers are offline. Also, forced intrusions into "Eternity near shore storage platforms" makes little sense, because all transactions executed on offline servers must be validated by another data center operated by Eternity across three continents.
NAUTACTA is part of a registered research area in Brazil, in one of the world's largest sediment deltas. Through natural flotation over millennia, sediments had formed and provide useful information on such issues as the turnover of the ecosystem in particular on the seabed. Therefore the Eternity Foundation has also begun research into the re- use of sediment deposits in offshore waters by robots and how it's degradation affects the ecosystem, ecotoxicology and dynamics of the ground currents.