Decentralized web — network architecture, participants and evolution

1. Current participants

2. Current connection cases

user1(O&I) and user2 (OO)
user1(O&I) and user2 (O&I)
user1(OO) -> <- user2 (OO)

3. Assisting outward only users — introducing a new participant

user1(OO) , bridge1(O&I) and user2 (OO)

4. Decentralized Network architecture, comparing it with blockchain networks

5. Implementation of bridge nodes

raspberry pi3
  • Pi bridge — on raspberry pi3 hardware, running minimal Linux OS. It does not only forwarding of data, but can potentially store messages received, run smart contracts, and host personal web sites
android tablet & phone
  • Android bridge — on android phone, or tablet; usually older version/release, just sitting unused at home

References

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