A new era of cloud computing services, powered by blockchain technology.
DADI is a global, decentralized cloud services platform, offering compute power, database storage, content delivery and other functionality to help businesses scale and grow.
How Clouds Will Crystallize Around Blockchain - InformationWeekBlockchain stands poised to become a key disruptor in today's highly centralized cloud computing industry. What's happening is that startups everywhere are rethinking the cloud around blockchain, proving out new approaches for radically decentralizing hosting, management, and access to compute, storage, and other resources.
'Wikipedia of Structured Data' Protocol Secures Backing From Pantera, DCG, 25 OthersDecentralized structured data startup Dirt Protocol has secured investments from major crypto venture players to build a blockchain platform for reliable data, the company announced July 11. Contributors to the funding round included well-known crypto industry names such as Pantera Capital and Barry Silbert's Digital Currency Group, along with Coinbase co-founder Fred Ehrsam.
Grant open for ideas that use tech to uphold democracy | Charity Digital NewsOpen to small charities, NGOs and other projects, the Challenge Award will fund a project that harnesses technology's power to support democracy and help 'reframe' the role of technology.
Entries open for first DADI Foundation charitable grant | UK FundraisingEntries have opened for the Challenge Award, a new grant that will award £10,000 in funding, as well as expert technical advice and mentorship, to a project that is harnessing technology to support democracy. The Challenge Award is the first charitable grant to be awarded by DADI Foundation, a new non-profit organisation backed by blockchain technology startup DADI (Decentralized Architecture for a Democratic Internet).
DADI: Firm Announces Node Giveaway Following Decentralised Internet LaunchDADI is aiming to connect hundreds of thousands of nodes to its new internet platform by the end of 2018 in an attempt to deliver ownership of the web back to the public and away from large corporations
DADI: Firm Announces Node Giveaway Following Decentralised Internet LaunchParticipants across mainland Europe have been invited to apply to become one of the first nodes in an innovative new decentralised internet platform. DADI - the Decentralized Architecture for a Democratic Internet - announced the beta launch of its highly anticipated peer-to-peer network at the end of June.
A British company created the new internet called DADIAccording to the company, DADI (Decentralized Architecture for a Democratic Internet) is faster, cheaper and safer, but the most important thing is that network control will not be in the hands of big companies but to those who use it. The network will only be managed by users who will ...
InternetA UK-based blockchain start-up has revealed what it is calling a new version of the Internet. DADI (Decentralized Architecture for a Democratic Internet) will be faster, cheaper and more secure, but most importantly - the control over the network won't be in the hands of large corporations, but rather in those who use it.
Blockchain startup DADI launches new network to power a fairer, faster, safer internetBlockchain startup DADI has now begun the rollout of its revolutionary 'DADI ' network - the Decentralized Architecture for a Democratic Internet. The new peer-to-peer, decentralized network is faster, more secure and up to 60% cheaper than the internet's existing infrastructure.
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FinTech Crypto Briefing: Will Facebook's U-turn help?If, like me, you find it important to stay on top of all things crypto then you will have read about Facebook's decision to reverse its ban on cryptocurrency ads. The social media giant says it will now allow ads and related content from "pre-approved advisers" but will still ban ads promoting binary options and initial coin offerings (ICOs).
British blockchain startup launches new network to power a fairer, faster, safer internetThe new 'DADI' network will be faster, fairer, safer and majority-owned by the public Consumers will earn income by contributing spare computing power to the network DADI raised $30m in January, in the UK's largest early-stage funding round of 2018 London, UK - A British technology startup today...
British start-up launches 'new internet'A UK-based blockchain start-up has revealed what it is calling a new version of the Internet. DADI (Decentralized Architecture for a Democratic Internet) will be faster, cheaper and more secure, but most importantly - the control over the network won't be in the hands of large corporations, but rather in those who use it.
This Crypto Start Up Plans To Bring Amazon And Microsoft To The Blockchain - Crypto Daily™A new UK based start-up thinks they have have the solution for the convergence between cloud hosting and blockchain technology. Many believe that 'the cloud' is seen as the pre-blockchain, an infant version of a technology which is essentially used for the storage and the transmission of data.
Blockchain startup Dadi launches new P2P network to power a fast, scalable, and secure internetDadi, a blockchain startup building fast, scalable, secure and inexpensive web services, today begins the rollout of its revolutionary 'DADI' network, the Decentralized Architecture for a Democratic Internet. The new peer-to-peer network, which is built on blockchain technology and the concept ...
UK tech startup wants businesses to share their surplus compute capacity to run its cloudA UK-based technology startup is asking businesses and consumers to contribute their surplus compute power to its decentralised cloud network as part of its push to democratise the internet. The Decentralised Architecture for a Democratic Internet (DADI), as the company is called, operates a peer-to-peer network - built on blockchain technology - that runs on the spare compute capacity stored on devices in people's homes and businesses.
A London blockchain startup is spending $30m on building 'a new internet'The roll-out of the Decentralised Architecture for a Democratic Internet, or DADI for short, begins today as the London-based blockchain startup seeks to build an internet run and owned by the public. Labelled as a peer-to-peer network built on decentralised ledger technology, the Dadi network is promised to be up to 60 per cent cheaper to run that the internet's existing infrastructure.
Big brands sign up to 'internet of future'Bauer Media is among giants using DADI network technology which launches today and harnesses unused computing power in our devices
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