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Around 1 year ago the first public version of ZeroNet released. It allows you to create interactive, P2P websites that runs without any server. Since the first version, to extend the possibilities of the network lots of new feature added:
It allows the site owner to define per-file permissions, so the users able to post new comments, upvotes, etc. without contacting the site owner. The site owner also has ability to limit user’s files total size or type of uploaded files.
The built-in SQLite database engine makes sites load faster and also greatly simplifies the development process. The records synchronized the same, P2P way as any other file.
Browse and interact ZeroNet sites without downloading anything.
Easier to remember site addresses using .bit domain names instead of 35 character long addresses. There is also a Chrome plugin that allows your to access ZeroNet sites like any other site on the internet, eg. by typing http://blog.zeronetwork.bit in address bar.
Allows the site owner to define files that is only downloaded when the user’s browser requests it. It makes possible to create larger sites (eg. photo galleries) without overload the visitors disk.
Large file (>1MB) hosting support is planned later.
To make the network more resilient to surveillance by encrypting the connection between peers using TLS.
Makes possible to create end-to-end encrypted data and messages.
Greatly increase privacy by communicate and host sites using .onion instead of IPv4 addresses.
Follow your favorite sites in a simple, clean and customizable newsfeed. You can choose what you want to see: new topics/comments/new blog posts.
And many other feature and speedup to make ZeroNet faster and easier to use…
We still committed to make the internet more decentralized and have tons of ideas. Will try to focus on content by creating new sites: Infinetly scalable social site, Github-like project hosting, Marketplace, Image hosting, …
And core enhancements also planned: I2P and IPv6 network, Big file support, Intelligent optional files cache limit, Content deduplication, Private sites, …
Stay tuned for 2016 :)
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