Tag: decentralized

Tildeverse, Gopherspace and Geminispace

It’s been a while since my last article. I know I said I would post an article everyday for the month of July, but hey – I had a headache for a few days and then went exploring through the internet. And guess what I found?! It’s been totally worth the wait. Let’s start with …

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Crappy Privacy Alternatives: Secure Scuttlebutt

Secure Scuttlebutt was created in 2014. It advocates itself as a decentralized social network platform. Anyone who’s used the Fediverse would find it relatively easy to dive into SSB. Unlike the Fediverse, however, SSB has a lot of design problems. First of all, in order to get started with SSB, you will need an invite …

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Crappy Privacy Alternatives: Blockchain, Blockstack and DApps

I haven’t posted in a few days. I was procrastinating and got distracted by other things. But now that I’m here, I’m feeling angry. And so I’m going to expose crappy technology in the privacy world. Blockchain was developed by some anonymous Japanese dude to serve as a public transaction ledger for bitcoin. The dude …

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