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News from DatDot.org

Updates on our activities and progress.

DatDot Booth at Sub0 event

We presented DatDot at the sub0 event last week in Lisbon, Portugal. Here are the slides that helped us explain the problem we are trying to solve and also what the scope of DatDot is and how we are approaching to building it. https://githu...
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Published on September 28, 2023 by Nina Breznik

DatDot Economics - A First Proposal

Over the past several weeks, the team has continued to work hard on many components for DatDot - before we get into the meat of this post, I will attempt to summarize what the team has been working on: Adding additional factors for our matc...
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Published on January 22, 2021 by Nina Breznik

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Autonomous hosting network for p2p data systems
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DatDot is a Distributed (peer-to-peer ) Hosting Network.

Dynamic datasets with immutable history - due to their P2P nature it's hard to have guarantees about their availability. If we want to keep data available and up to date -> we have to keep our computer running or we have to rent a server.

Challenges: What if you want other people to help you host your data?

  • what incentives do they have?
  • how to find them and to trust them?
  • how to verify they are seeding your data?
Solution: A bridge between Dat Protocol and Substrate with a built-in incentive model which manages relationships between:

  • dat creators/publishers
  • dat hosters (who keep data available/host the data

Our team