Substratum decentralized net

//Substratum decentralized net

Substratum decentralized net

Substratum provides tools anyone can use to help keep the internet accessible through decentralization. Unlike providers such as AWS (Amazon) or Rackspace, hosts on the Substratum Network pay per click, not for uptime. This creates an economical and direct relationship between a site’s popularity and the cost of webhosting.

Because there’s no single authority delivering or monitoring content, censorship and geo-restricted sites won’t be an issue on the decentralized web. It doesn’t matter where you live or what content you’re accessing, everyone in the world sees the exact same content.

Utility tokens (aka user tokens or app coins) represent future access to a company’s product or service.

Substratum Nodes

Substratum Nodes work like forwarding points on the network. When a user requests a site, nodes use artificial intelligence to find the fastest way to get the information to them. Multiple nodes can work to fulfill a single request, which splits the data into unique parts for added security.

Multiple nodes can work to fulfill a single request, splitting data into unique parts for more efficient delivery. Combining this with Substratum’s encryption technology creates a remarkably secure connection, all without VPNs or Tor.

Substratum passive income

By | 2018-05-08T16:54:56+00:00 May 8th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|Comments Off on Substratum decentralized net

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Brian Wang, MBA and BSc, is a business oriented futurist, speaker and author of emerging and disruptive technologies. Sole author and writer of, a science focused news site that covers disruptive technologies and trends globally in industries including Medicine, Technology, Science, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Biotechnology, Nanotechnology, etc. Nextbigfuture is Ranked #1 “Science News Blog” worldwide by Alexa, an Amazon company. Website traffic: 2M page views per month and 4M unique readers annually. Lecturer at Singularity University - provided 4 annual reviews of developments in nanotechnology. Sought after speaker at TEDx (lecture on Energy), University of Toronto (futurism) and Transhuman Visions. Contributor on 10-year plan for the Institute for the Future.