XCurrency is developing distributed “web 3.0” architecture to serve content to both the traditional and distributed web, starting with in-wallet ads for QiBuck.
What if web content could be served in a distributed fashion and thus made both cheaper and invulnerable to hacking, censorship, and hardware failure?XCurrency is poised to deliver just this.
Increasingly, cryptocurrency experts are coming to realise the potential of the blockchain to revolutionise the architecture of the internet. In its current state, it is insecure, vulnerable to hacking, and its core components are owned by states and global corporations whose interests do not necessarily align with those of users. What if, instead, the privacy of private information could be ensured by mathematics, while publicly viewable content was stored and served by nodes distributed around the globe, with no central point of failure or attack?