The advent of the Internet was nothing short of revolutionary. Internet storefronts, social media platforms, government institutions, etc. must have a means of authenticating users to process transactions or interactions within a network. Blockchains, if deployed as a central platform of markets, data sharing, and single sign-on identity management must process massive quantities of transactions, safely and securely. The spheres of identity management, data sharing, and market inclusion stand to benefit from similar analyses. The process by which data is gathered, stored, and distributed is convoluted and opaque to the majority of users interacting with the collecting institutions. The sheer scope of data that is created each day is staggering, already difficult to comprehend, and is increasing exponentially year by year. The problems compound when sensitive data is maliciously seized by unknown actors.