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The people pushing for a decentralized web

David Cassel has a great recap of the recent Decentralized Web Summit and what it was all about. It’s a follow-up to a similar event in 2016, though now “People are starting to show real working code and real projects. They’re building whole technology stacks that are more decentralized, in large part fueled by the excitement of the cryptocurrency systems. The altcoins and Bitcoins are proving that interesting and complicated systems are starting to work out there.” Click through for lots of quotes and takeaways. I think Changelog might have to get involved if they do this again next year...


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Explore the peer-to-peer web with Beaker

This repo hosts a curated list of websites and apps that run in the Beaker Browser. Is Beaker new to you like it was to me? Here's its pitch: Beaker is a peer-to-peer browser with tools to create and host websites. Don't just browse the Web, build it. If you've been following the podcast for awhile, you know I've been intrigued by the recent efforts around decentralization. The thing I keep saying to people in th space is, "this stuff is too hard for people to use." Perhaps Beaker is a first step toward making the decentralized web user-friendly...

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