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Project SAFE London
● Welcome
● Intro to MaidSAFE
● Installer
● SAFE App example
● Summary
Introduction
● How I found SAFE
● Thank you to Dirk Hoving (slides)
Maidsafe
Massive Array of Internet Discs
Secure Access for Everyone
Scalable decentralized applications
No trust consensus...
Why Maidsafe?
● Internet access is highly dependent on centralized servers
● Traffic peaks make websites slow and suscepti...
Maidsafe origins
● Founded by David Irvine in 2006. Inspired by ant colonies,
more than 9 years in the making.
● More is d...
MAID
● Massive Array of Internet Discs
● Combining storage space, bandwith and CPU
power
● Hardware combined into one glob...
From a presentation by @ioptio
Vault roles
● Storing data
● Data managers (managing data for other
vaults)
● Verifying and validating other vaults
● Grou...
Data distributing
● Data split into 1MB chunks
● Each chunk stored at least 4 times
● All chunks are stored in a location ...
SAFE
● Secure Access for Everyone
● Variety of encryption layers
● Privacy, security, freedom
● Self Authentication → no p...
Safecoin and farming
● Integrated cryptocurrency. No distributed ledger in the
form of a blockchain.
● Proof of resource w...
The way forward
● Installers for linux coming this or next week
● Development bundle 1 being released this or
next week (s...
SAFE Installer
● All SAFE apps access Vaults via installer
● Features:
● Single access
● Secure non-cross app access
● Ins...
SAFE app example
● Upload a file
● DNS
● Browser accessable (Firefox plug in)
●
Summary
● First official release Date?
● Web skill build SAFE apps
● Decentralized web
● Thank you
Discussion / Q&A
● James Littlejohn
● @aboynejames
● 07521580938
● james@aboynejames.co.uk
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MAIDSAFE Installer DEMO Project SAFE London

  1. 1. Project SAFE London ● Welcome ● Intro to MaidSAFE ● Installer ● SAFE App example ● Summary
  2. 2. Introduction ● How I found SAFE ● Thank you to Dirk Hoving (slides)
  3. 3. Maidsafe Massive Array of Internet Discs Secure Access for Everyone Scalable decentralized applications No trust consensus without blockchains By Dirk Hoving – SAFE Amsterdam For presentation outline thanks to the Maidsafe team and the rest of the community. Special usage of framework made by @ioptio
  4. 4. Why Maidsafe? ● Internet access is highly dependent on centralized servers ● Traffic peaks make websites slow and susceptible to DDOS. ● Cost of maintaining and securing servers causes monopolisation. ● Current internet is susceptible to censorship. ● Many centralised servers get hacked ● Blockchain tech is hard to scale, there must be a better way to get consensus on ownership distribution
  5. 5. Maidsafe origins ● Founded by David Irvine in 2006. Inspired by ant colonies, more than 9 years in the making. ● More is different: complexity at large scale from simplicity at a small scale ● Ants have different roles, can switch roles, very adaptable ● Specialization, adaptability, communication and large numbers ● Crowdfunded in 2014, bitcoin caused an additional wave of interest
  6. 6. MAID ● Massive Array of Internet Discs ● Combining storage space, bandwith and CPU power ● Hardware combined into one global cyberbrain ● Anyone with device+internet connection can create vault ● MAID is what enables SAFE
  7. 7. From a presentation by @ioptio
  8. 8. Vault roles ● Storing data ● Data managers (managing data for other vaults) ● Verifying and validating other vaults ● Groups of 32 randomly chosen of which 28 need to reach consensus. ● Nodes not behaving properly get outranked
  9. 9. Data distributing ● Data split into 1MB chunks ● Each chunk stored at least 4 times ● All chunks are stored in a location depending on the hash of the chunk. Each chunk has a different location. ● Self encryption. Need all chunks to decrypt the whole. ● Parallel downloading of 1MB chunks makes data retrieval incredible fast.
  10. 10. SAFE ● Secure Access for Everyone ● Variety of encryption layers ● Privacy, security, freedom ● Self Authentication → no password information leaves your computer ● Store data, privately, shared or public ● Build and use applications that interact with this data
  11. 11. Safecoin and farming ● Integrated cryptocurrency. No distributed ledger in the form of a blockchain. ● Proof of resource will farm you safecoin ● Uploading data to the network costs safecoin. Safecoin is recycled and given back to the network. ● 10% of farming rewards go to app developers ● Micropayments, instant verification ● Reward content creators, cut out the middleman
  12. 12. The way forward ● Installers for linux coming this or next week ● Development bundle 1 being released this or next week (simple vaults, LAN only) ● Couple of sprints for Development bundle 2 (community run vaults and farming integration) ● Development bundle 3 (safecoin full implementation, POSIX API and messaging API)
  13. 13. SAFE Installer ● All SAFE apps access Vaults via installer ● Features: ● Single access ● Secure non-cross app access ● Install & DEMO
  14. 14. SAFE app example ● Upload a file ● DNS ● Browser accessable (Firefox plug in) ●
  15. 15. Summary ● First official release Date? ● Web skill build SAFE apps ● Decentralized web ● Thank you
  16. 16. Discussion / Q&A ● James Littlejohn ● @aboynejames ● 07521580938 ● james@aboynejames.co.uk

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