A collection of interesting networks and technology aiming at re-decentralizing the Internet.
Replicated state machines are employed in a wide variety of applications requiring distributed coordination. Because RSMs must always adhere to particular semantic conditions, foremost determinism, rather than reprogram their semantics in every new instance, we propose a language, Radicle, which substantially simplifies the process of defining such state machines. As Radicle may be made into any RSM via eval-redefinition, it can be considered a universal replicated state machine. This mechanism also allows changing the semantics of running state machines without loss of state, and with the same consensus guarantees as provided by the underlying consensus system
It’s time to reset the balance of power on the web and reignite its true potential.
When Sir Tim Berners-Lee invented the web, it was intended for everyone. The excitement and creativity of its early days were driven from the notion that we can all participate - and the impact was world-changing.
But the web has shifted from its original promise - and it’s time to make a change.
We can still unlock the true promise of the web by decentralizing the power that’s currently centralized in the hands of a few. How? By using the power of Solid.
Solid is the technically potent open-source platform built to decentralize the web. Inrupt is the company that’s helping to fuel Solid’s success.
Tim Berners-Lee wird Unternehmer und versucht, mit dem Open-Source-Dienst Solid das Web zu dezentralisieren
A decentralized web would give power back to the people online
Back to the Future:
The Decentralized Web
A report by the Digital Currency Initiative and the Center for Civic Media
Decentralized ToDo List App with Sign in & Storage
A New Internet for Decentralized Apps
Blockstack is a new decentralized internet where users own their data and apps run locally. A browser portal is all that’s needed to get started.
Decentralized websites using Bitcoin crypto and the BitTorrent network
Syncthing replaces proprietary sync and cloud services with something open, trustworthy and decentralized. Your data is your data alone and you deserve to choose where it is stored, if it is shared with some third party and how it's transmitted over the Internet.
An open network for secure, decentralized communication.