Holochain ~ Holo HostHolo Fuel
Control your Identity
Owning your own data
Transact without centralized systems
Connect applications to suit their needs
Build lighter, faster, cheaper applications
Taking a unique agent-centric approach
To learn about Holochain and Holo Host.
Web Hosting hApp
Holo: a marketplace for p2p app hosting
Holo is a distributed peer-to-peer hosting platform for Holochain apps (hApps); a bridge to the new Internet.
Holo does to web hosting what Airbnb did to hotels—anyone can become a host by turning their computer into a source of revenue, getting paid in HoloFuel for hosting distributed applications. The Holo software runs in the background, allocating spare storage and processing power to serve hApps to the legacy web. Hosts choose what hApps to serve, set their own hosting prices, and manage their own priorities. https://holo.host/
Blockchain Alternative – Ethereum Substitute
Holochain is an open source framework for building fully distributed, peer-to-peer applications. Holochain apps are versatile, resilient, scalable, and thousands of times more efficient than blockchain (no token or mining required). The purpose of Holochain is to enable humans to interact with each other by mutual-consent to a shared set of rules, without relying on any authority to dictate or unilaterally change those rules. Peer-to-peer interaction means you own and control your data, with no intermediary (e.g., Google, Facebook, Uber) collecting, selling, or losing it. https://holochain.org
Holo is a cloud hosting market for distributed applications.
An open source framework for truly peer-to-peer applications.
Holo is a bridge to link our advanced crypto technology, Holochain, and everyday users. This document explains how Holo works and the business model and funding that support it
We present a cryptocurrency design pattern scalable and efficient enough to operate on global scale without specialized hardware and without consensus.
We present a scalable, agent-centric distributed computing platform. We use a formalism to characterize distributed systems, show how it applies to some existing distributed systems, and demonstrate the benefits of shifting from a data-centric to an agent-centric model.