You should own your thoughts. Subconscious is a tool for thought build on the open source Noosphere protocol that empowers users to do just that by avoiding centralization and enjoying the networked intelligence effects of a worldwide knowledge graph.
Announcing an IPFS community event in Istanbul and a new Web3 funding primitive.
Fund Ring is a Web3 funding primitive that seeks to help Filecoin and IPFS-connected open source projects get long-term support for maintenance, security, and feature updates with monthly or annual funding.
We're coming to you with the exciting news that we've received a grant from IPFS and the Arcological Association to continue our work on IPVM! We also chatted about DWeb, wrote about CRDTs, and set a date for EP02 of the Causal Islands Podcast!
Nodes in distributed systems can store and edit files offline and in geographically diverse locations. Each node accessing the file has a copy. When it's time to bring the changes together and synchronize the copies, Conflict-free Replicated Data Types (CRDTs) handle this efficiently and accurately.
We're pleased to announce that Fission has received an $ 800,000 USD grant to support further applied research of the InterPlanetary Virtual Machine (IPVM) protocols and the Homestar reference implementation from the Arcological Association and the IPFS Network Capital Pool.
This week we explored user-owned data solutions and shared the research papers that have influenced our IPVM and Rhizome work.
Fission's work would not be possible without the research that has been published in various academic computer science papers. Today we share some of our favorites that have influenced our work on IPVM and Rhizome.
At Fission, we believe that people and the communities they belong to deserve more agency over their data. Let's review some solutions to preserving data agency and their advantages.
This week we hosted the monthly UCAN Community Call and shared a guide to UCANs, the open source protocol that enables authorization in distributed systems.
UCANs are a secure way to handle authorization in distributed systems.
The big news this week is we launched a podcast! We're also gearing up for the monthly UCAN Community Call and discussing P2P networks.