Shared December 31, 2019
Challenges for distributed and decentralized technology from the perspective of Signal development
Considerations for distributed and decentralized technologies from the perspective of a product that many would like to see decentralize.
Amongst an environment of enthusiasm for blockchain-based technologies, efforts to decentralize the internet, and tremendous investment in distributed systems, there has been relatively little product movement in this area from the mobile and consumer internet spaces.
This is an exploration of challenges for distributed technologies, as well as some considerations for what they do and don't provide, from the perspective of someone working on user-focused mobile communication. This also includes a look at how Signal addresses some of the same problems that decentralized and distributed technologies hope to solve.
Presentation by Moxie Marlinspike at the 36th Chaos Communication Congress in Leipzig, Germany.
Source: https://media.ccc.de/v/36c3-11086-the... (unfortunately not the original file, but reencoded through peertube)
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