THE WEB IS RUNNING OUT OF BANDWIDTH
Net Neutrality is a utilitarian issue not a political one. Bandwidth is limited, our needs are out growing our networks. To solve this issue we need modern revolutionary technology to replace existing components. If we don’t, fast lanes & prioritization of data is our only option. The inevitable rise of IoT, more devices per-person/household, self-driving cars, & developing countries coming online suck up bandwidth we don’t have.
A DECENTRALIZED WEB ISN’T A SOLUTION
The global economy depends on a fast web & cheap bandwidth. If a solely decentralized web replaced the modern web it would take up more bandwidth and crash the global economy. The term Web 3.0 is not a magic globe, a revolutionary idea, or a solution. Both topologies have their use cases but together they are a solution to an ever growing problem that has gone unchecked.
HTTP & DNS ARE SUFFOCATING THE WEB
HTTP & DNS were built a long time ago in Web history. HTTP is the vehicle for money, any slowing down to HTTP means a slower economy. DNS & HTTP are inherently broken, have poor scalability, are dreadfully slow, lack modern features, eat up bandwidth, and cost consumers & businesses billions. Replacing just these two core technologies with modern future-proof solutions would alleviate the massive pressure placed on our networks.
THE WEB LACKS IDENTITY & ACCOUNTABILITY
The Web is the Wild Wild West. There are limited laws and the ones that do exist are easy to navigate around. Domain regulations need to be updated & enforced. We need to be able to identify attackers, hold bad faith players responsible, and hold rent-seeking large entities accountable. At the same time good faith actors need to be prioritized & rewarded.
ACCOUNTABILITY & SECURITY
The Identity Registrar validates certificates, signs certificates, & protects the network. The Identity Registrar provides the basis to distinguish good actors from bad and further protect the network. READ MORE
SINGLE SIGN-ON FOR THE WEB
All the benefits of traditional web apps & dApps provide hApps with the highest scalability and modern real-time features. hApps build themselves; imagine a bridge building itself as you walk across. On the front-end hApps have reactive components that plug directly into a UDSP stream. The front-end has a built in utility library Acid. The Sentivate browser ships with typically used libraries like jQuery, backbone, and underscore ready to be imported. If you have experience building traditional Single-Page Apps with Reactive Components and websockets then you can build an hApp.