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Syntropy is designed to solve issues prevalent in the current Internet framework, including security, privacy, governance, performance, reliability, and ineffective resource utilization. It is based on a combination of technologies that includes blockchain, encryption, optimized routing, and an economic model that enables and fosters the deployment of this architecture.
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  2. Source : http://blog.syntropynet.com/post/entain-and-fifa-case-study/
  3. Source: https://blog.syntropynet.com/post/monthly-update-syntropy-in-november/
  4. Read More : https://blog.syntropynet.com/post/syntropy-in-october/
  5. This Wednesday, Syntropy Co-Founder and Chief Technical Liaison William B. Norton will guide you through DARP developments and current industry tendencies from a network engineers' perspective. Watch AMA Video : https://www.crowdcast.io/e/drpeering_ama
  6. Who could’ve imagined a few decades ago, that the only thing separating you from virtually any piece of information or content would be your fingertips. Who knows how much of our advancement was facilitated due to the appearance of this tech. However, by now, you’ve probably figured that the Internet, like most things, is not perfect. In the previous three articles, we looked into the unprecedented appearance and evolution of the Internet, learned the basics of its inner-workings, and brought to light its principal design flaws. The latter is what I want to elaborate on in this last article from the educational series. Be that as it may, identifying the problem is one thing, but now the time has come to propose the solution. Now, we will learn how to perfect the Internet, or at least solve the problems that we, at Syntropy, see as the most prominent ones. https://medium.com/syntropynet/perfecting-the-networks-noias-programmable-internet-part-4-e1e1acadcc14
  7. Yes, you read it right. For the last two articles, I’ve been telling you that the Internet is the most incredible invention, but is it? We learned the inner-workings of the Internet and how it has come to be what it is now. You probably figured that what we looked into is a major oversimplification of how data is routed through the network. There are many other nooks and crannies: various networking protocols and technologies working on multiple layers of the Internet infrastructure; thousands of ISPs coming to work together in synergy, and numerous institutions governing the Internet. However, all of this does not always work as you would expect it. You probably wonder, how after all these years of development and with so many people working on the Internet it is still not efficient? That’s what I will try to answer in this article. https://medium.com/syntropynet/the-internet-is-flawed-here-is-why-part-3-8ac18e184aec
  8. The Internet is a network of networks. It is a truly decentralized collaborative creation, and in this series of articles, we are explaining how it works. In Part 1, we took the journey through time and learned how this once-unimaginable idea of interconnected earth came to fruition. The Internet, originating from ARPANET, spread through the world like a virus. Albeit rapid expansion, the Internet for the longest time was government-funded and restricted to non-commercial uses such as scientific research. Only in the 90s, after passing new legislation in the US, precursors of modern-day ISPs started forming, and it kickstarted the commercialization of the Internet. Then, the real evolution began https://medium.com/syntropynet/the-rise-of-the-commercial-internet-and-how-it-grew-into-the-network-of-networks-part-2-a862ddd75f32
  9. The Internet, in the most literal sense, is just the mesh of wires connecting computers throughout the world. In the whole history of our species, it is the single most significant invention in terms of its ability to connect us to each other and change virtually every aspect of the human experience. The Internet, as we know today, was at least 40 years in the making, but how and by who was it created? This is a bit of a trick question, actually. What if I told you that the Internet, as you know it, wasn’t created, at least by a single person or an institution. It just happened. In this educational series hosted by Syntropy, we will explain to you how the Internet became what it is today, how it works under the hood, and what can be done to make it even better. So, how it all started? https://medium.com/syntropynet/the-internet-was-not-developed-it-just-happened-part-1-a123fe4628
  10. How it works: DARP nodes constantly share latency information, creating a global intelligence layer for internet pathways. NOIA Token DARP nodes relay network traffic when they provide a superior route versus the default public internet path, earning NOIA tokens for their contributions. Experience DARP https://darp.syntropystack.com/
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