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Tel-Aviv based decentralized tech stack development company, Synereo has announced that it will be releasing the Alpha phase of decentralised social network in September. The company claims that this development will allow web applications to exist without centralized servers.
The CEO of Synereo, Dor Konforty, has pointed out that the lesson to be learnt out of this whole situation is the fact that the human factor must be put into consideration and respected.
Blockchain startup, Synereo, has initiated an attempt to break the monopoly of Ethereum as the only major platform that hosts distributed applications.
A decentralized and open source social network allows different servers to be linked through the same software.
With both Steemit and Synereo claiming to be the game-changing decentralized social networks, CoinTelegraph looks into the debate comparing these two platforms.
Synereo destroys half of all its platform’s native Cryptocurrency to give users more control over its platform
Decentralized social media platform, Synereo, disclosed a 4-layer tech stack that would power its system, with RChain To Replace Blockchain.
Synereo proposes a semi-autonomous system which requires human involvement in roles defined in smart contracts.
Synereo gets a push from a Silicon Valley company for its technology that allows for the building of decentralised applications.
Dor Konforty is the CEO of Synereo, a “next generation” decentralized social network that incorporates blockchain technology to overcome problems associated with centralized social networks such as privacy, security and commodification of users’ personal data.
Synereo, a next generation decentralized and distributed social network, will commence its crowdsale of AMPS on March 23, 2015 at 8:00 PM GMT.
Synereo, a next generation decentralized and distributed social network, has released its whitepaper in which it reveals in great detail how the technology and network model work.
Social networking has become ubiquitous throughout much of the world but introduce decentralization, and the traditional network becomes something unrecognizable.
Next-generation decentralized social network Synereo has announced its partnership and integration with US social communications platform Splicious following the unveiling of its first tech demo.
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