Gravastars vs black holes
By not destroying information gravastars avoid the theoretical brick walls faced by black hole theories
Removing the impossible
For 70 years physicists have struggled over classical black hole theory; concern arose from contradictions with tenets of physics like the information paradox. Destruction of data
The information paradox made famous by Stephen Hawking describes the destruction by black holes of data and facts about the stuff of the universe. Taking it to the grave Hawking radiation showed black holes should give out low levels of radiation. This also highlighted they are losing mass and will eventually die, taking any trapped information with them. Leaking information
This paradox can be avoided by removing the inescapable singularity with a less compact gravastar vacuum bubble which could allow information to leak out over time.