Decentralized Internet

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An SDK for building decentralized and distributed computing projects

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Currently, as of April 2020 our SDK is utilized by over 81.5k+ developers through various installation methods. This SDK has been mostly voluntarily developed and isn't possible without lots of the pre-existing open source technologies, tools, and protocols that helped it become what it is. All marketing/ad expenses have also been done out of pocket. Infact, we been so involved with this type of technology, we even wrote a little book.

This project was created in order to support a new internet. One that is more open, free, and censorship-resistant in comparison to the old internet. An internet that eventually wouldn't need to rely on telecom towers, an outdated grid, or all these other "old school" forms of tech. We believe P2P compatibility is an important part of the future of the net. Grid Computing also plays a role in having a better means of transferring information in a speedy, more cost-efficient and reliable manner.

Even in the past, we developed a custom dev board for hardware projects that utilize our SDK. This lead to building cool things such as below: