decentralization

IPFS and Docker

How can docker help to get an IPFS node up and running? This article shows how easy and simple it can be to host an IPFS node on a remote server.

Docker for Polkadot & Decentralization

Docker is a powerful virtualization tool. While this is not the only virtualization solution available today, it remains one of the simplest to use. Let's see if and how it plays a critical role in decentralized systems.

The Brave browser and what you missed

Table of Contents 1. Disclaimer 2. Brave Features 2.1. Multi-platform support 2.2. Privacy as core feature 2.3. Brave rewards and BAT tokens 2.4. Chrome extensions support 2.5. Security 2.6. Multi Users 2.7. Incognito on steroids 2.8. Encrypted sync out of the Google realm 2.9. Crypto Wallets 2.10. WebTorrent 2.11. IPFS Google Chrome needs no introduction and most people who visited an internet page within the last 5 years likely used Chrome or one of the Chromium based browsers.

dApp browsers of 2019

Your account as an id, custodial wallets and dApp browsers. How to leap forward decentralized services. The (no longer so) “inter” net of 2019 In 2019, the typical workflow for a traveler through the internet looks most of the time as: open your favourite web browser browse to your favourite site directly or through a search select your auth provider, which mostly mean clicking on on of the button below.

Project Spotlight: Universal Login

Light on an interesting project: Universal Login

Your very own local Polkadot & Substrate network in less than 30s

Substrate & Polkadot are new Blockchain technologies programmed in a rather new but ultra safe language called Rust. This article helps you get started with a full network running locally, without requiring any prio Rust knowledge.