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 No.8810

Has anybody else here heard of the SAFE network project? It seems very promising in concept. The basic idea is that the network will be fully automated and use spare resources from users' computers. All data is enycrypted and distrubted in such a way that makes everything undeletable and all communication impossible to track. I don't have the technical know-how to tell whether it's legitiamte.
https://safenetwork.tech/how-it-works/

 No.8811

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 No.8812

Thank you for sharing.

 No.8841

Sounds similar to the TOR browser.

 No.8842

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>>8841
Similar, in usage, but the technology involved is different. This distributes all information, so rather than just masking activity and the source of data, it automatically makes that information impossible to find. This by consequence makes information impossible to delete once uploaded. It's a little bit like blockchain. If you want more of the specifics, the forum has plenty of threads explaining it.

 No.8851

Seems like a reinvention of Freenet.

 No.8852

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>>8851
People have compared them on the forum before. Although the intent is similar, the technology is different. Part of the plan is letting people develop applications to filter out whatever they want so it'll appeal to the masses.

>Freenet provide no guarantee that data is not lost and always has been extremely slow.

>Freenet had a very small scope of capabilities, and none of the major pulls SAFE is ramping up to deliver.

>Freenet, as I remember it, was just a small box you’d have to buy and install, in hopes of connecting to other tinkerers and create a little network for fun. SAFE is running a whole new fully-featured replacement internet

 No.8911

>>8852
Freenet requires no special hardware to run. It's just free software that provides access to a relatively small darknet.

 No.8912

>>8911
I'm pretty sure they were referring to how to actually contribute to the network
itself.



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