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Since the inception of the World Wide Web, data centers and hosting providers have been utilized by developers to build and publish experiences that have changed how each and every one of us experience daily life. Like any technology, the way we have distributed data over the past decade has…


Now that you have seen all that dWeb 3.0 has to offer, it’s time to start playing around and creating dWeb-based services. The all-new dWeb CLI makes all this possible. dWeb’s CLI handles the entire dHub daemon installation process for you, so that you can focus on development and publishing…


For computers across the world to exchange data on a peer-to-peer basis, there needed to be a software that could operate on personal computers, capable of creating, managing and seeding dDatabase-based abstractions, whether it was raw dDatabases (distributed append-only logs), dTries (distributed trie-based key-value stores), dTrees (distributed binary trees) or…


As described in the previous post, dSwarm’s DHT can be used to announce and lookup dWeb network addresses or for connecting with peers that announce themselves under previously announced network addresses. Once connected, peers can truly exchange anything, whether its a message or some other data structure. dWeb 3.0 features…


Like dDrive, dSwarm (formerly known as dWebSwarm) has been around since the inception of the dWeb but has improved greatly over the last two versions. Initially, dWeb network addresses were stored on a centralized DNS server but in dWeb 2.0, network addresses were moved to dSwarm’s own Kademilia DHT, where…


In the previous two posts, we outlined the all-new dMesh Graph-based DHT and Authenticator DHTs, as well as DHT-based bridging and validation. These new features in the dWeb 3.0 rollout provide a multi-writer distributed database and an authentication framework that can be utilized by applications who want to move beyond…


Since the inception of the dWeb, we have been able to distribute and access file systems amongst a group of peers efficiently, which is what you do every single day within dBrowser (http://dbrowser.com) when you type in a dWeb network address and view a website. While this was amazing three…


Since the launch of Bitcoin more than 10 years ago, there has been growing interest in and around the concept of decentralized and distributed computing platforms (DCPs). Much of this interest has focused on the development of novel digital currencies, commonly referred to as “cryptocurrencies.” Many of these cryptocurrencies, including…


Yesterday, we kicked off the Let Freedom Stream (LFS) series where I described dMesh’s all-new Graph-based DHT library, which allows us to traverse any dMesh DHT almost effortlessly for the data our applications rely upon. While it’s quite amazing that we’re able to do this on a peer-to-peer basis, it’s…


Welcome to the all-new “Let Freedom Stream” series, where we’re rolling out dWeb 3.0, the world’s first blockchain-less and distributed web. We are very excited about the debut of dWeb 3.0 and we’ve been hard at work on its many components. As promised, to kick things off, we’re going to…

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