The academic report I wrote goes wider than just describing TrustNet, meaning you should read it if you want to understand:
* how Scuttlebutt works
* what public-key cryptography is
* the nuance of content moderation
* (peer-to-peer) distributed systems
* computational trust
As far as I could motivate it, my thesis is basically a from-the-ground-up introductory text to the fundamentals underpinning peer-to-peer systems like SSB, Cabal, and others.
1k USD p/m gang!
congrats on this amazing work and thanks so much for sharing! 🙌 🖤
@glyph hoooolla!! and thanks glyph ^____^
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