How the NetFlowCoin network will be the foundation of the next internet

How the NetFlowCoin network will be the foundation of the next internet?

The internet we know today is about to change, not immediately, but over the next few years. We are currently surging toward a transition from a web 2.0 architecture, to a web 3.0-based one. With it, the way we navigate, communicate, and access digital information will change.


To many, the concept of web 3.0 flies over their heads, as the core principle that’s rattling around everybody’s minds is, why does it need to change, and why should I care?


Well, to answer this question we must first understand how we are currently accessing the internet. As many of you know, our entire outlook of the digital world is controlled by a handful of companies, like Facebook, Twitter, Google, Microsoft, etc…


And some have branded the way we access the internet like slaves being told what information we think we want to see. What many people haven’t realized is that our entire digital existence is controlled by these companies.


How this has been done, and many of you have heard about it, and that’s through the mass collection of personal data. We have unwittingly handed these companies our personal data on a silver platter, giving them permission to manipulate our views and reinforce conventional beliefs that have created the most polarized social-economic structure in the history of the world.


Well, this is fundamentally at the core of the next generation internet that we call web 3.0. Regardless of the hype around cryptocurrencies, it’s actually this new distributed, decentralization, that should be the main focal point of the industry.

Taking back control of your data, and the internet

This brings us to what web 3.0 is, and what does it have to offer? Well, in simple terms, the idea of web 3.0 will be that users will have complete autonomy over how their data is used, ultimately giving control of data back to the people.


In a web 3.0 architecture, people will be able to remove the need for centralized authorities I.e Facebook, Google, etc… and bypass their services to get the same, or similar, information without divulging their personal information.


No one knows exactly what web 3.0 will eventually look like, but there are some key characteristics that are beginning to take shape. These characteristics are as follows;


Decentralized & Centralized: The web 3.0, contrary to popular belief will be both decentralized and centralized, as every participant upholding a network’s integrity will become their own centralized location.


Organizational structures in the form of a DAO: Companies in the future may adopt a DAO (decentralized autonomous organization) structure. This can be regarded as one of the highest forms web 3.0 could develop into, whereby businesses are no longer run by a group of individuals, but instead run by a mass amount of people.


Complete control over your data: Any, and all data, will be owned by the individual, and any revenue that data generates. The core concept is that the freedom of data collection for companies is over.


Authentic rights over identity: Your digital identity online is entirely up to the individual, as you’ll have the choice of whether you want to remain open, partially open, or completely hidden across web 3.0.


Sustainability: The current web 2.0 architecture has numerous sustainability, and scalability problems associated with it, as networks crash constantly, and we are confined by the internet/bandwidth speeds. In a web 3.0 architecture, these issues can be overcome, as there will be a combined network of edge computers, etc…. upholding a network’s integrity.


As you can see, these problems have been prevalent throughout the 21st century, but have never really been solved, until now, with the rise of blockchain technology, we are finally at a stage where the internet can evolve by solving these problems.

Where does NetFlowCoin fit into the web 3.0?

So after defining the issues with web 2.0 and the direction web 3.0 is heading, where does NetFlowCoin fit into all of this? Well, NetFlowCoin’s network is a P2P communications network, that operates in the same way we communicate across the current internet. The only difference is that it is completely peer-to-peer, meaning anyone accessing the NetFlowCoin network is subsequently bypassing the need for third-party intervention.


The NetFlowCoin network, in essence, has created the foundation bed for a decentralized web 3.0 internet. Users will have the freedom to store, stream, and share any type of digital content from anyone, with anyone, across the globe.


A decentralized internet isn’t new, it has been around for years, but, with the combined technology of the blockchain, and the hype surrounding cryptocurrencies, people are now incentivized to support a network’s integrity.


A similar function has been applied to the NetFlowCoin network, whereby miners are rewarded by contributing digital content, and internet bandwidth, that generates data traffic. This data traffic is converted into NetFlowCoin rewards.


The previously conceptualized distributed internet model has not been made possible, as there was no network that can support the mass adoption of a P2P communications network, and reward people simultaneously, at least not until today. NetFlowCoin’s vision is to build out a global network that rewards all who participate, creating a win-win internet for all.

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NetFlowCoin and UC Berkeley establish a partnership for blockchain and web 3.0 infrastructure research

NetFlowCoin and UC Berkeley establish a partnership for blockchain and web 3.0 infrastructure research

Today NetFlowCoin and Berkeley Defi Research Initiative announced an industrial partnership to jointly develop new blockchain technologies and Web 3.0 applications solutions, leveraging on the strong blockchain community and deep expertise of its faculty and students at UC Berkeley.


UC Berkeley has been a leading institution at the forefront of innovation in blockchain and Web 3.0 applications. Through this new partnership, NetFlowCoin will donate its network validators and engineering resources to establish a NetFlowCoin witness node at Berkeley. Berkeley Defi Research Initiative will sponsor forward-looking research topics based on the NetFlowCoin network and also Berkeley students to utilize NetFlowCoin’s capabilities in their research projects.


NetFlowCoin has expressed its commitment to further strengthen its academic outreach program at Berkeley as the initial phase of the partnership is taking place.

About NetFlowCoin

Aiming to become an integral part of rapid growing Web 3.0 infrastructure, NetFlowCoin has created a platform that allows users to share, store, and stream data in a completely decentralized environment, while rewarding contributors in the process.


The NetFlowCoin ecosystem is a combination of blockchain, SDVN, and DAPPS. Each area provides value to the space.


Users are given the option to purchase NetFlowCoins and pay for a variety of services across the network, such as storing data, accessing and streaming media content, and/or using DAPPS.


In addition, users can become miners themselves, offering their storage space and media content, to other users in return for NetFlowCoins.


The platform will act as a globally distributed network that can support applications designed for the metaverse. Developers can host their game-fi, social-fi, and de-fi applications across the NetFlowCoin network.


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The roadmap of the NetFlowCoin Foundation

The roadmap of the NetFlowCoin Foundation

Where did NetFlowCoin come from? Some people believe NetFlowCoin came from thin air, acting as another blockchain project attempting to create a hype, and fade away as though it never existed.


Well, they couldn’t be more wrong. To understand NetFlowCoin’s roots, we must first understand what NetFlowCoin is? NetFlowCoin is a combination of the SDVN protocol and the blockchain. It is designed to act as an incentivized P2P communications network, enabling users to share, stream, and store data with anyone, across the globe.


Roughly 10 years ago, the SDVN network was built, and deployed among numerous fortune 500 companies, acting as their privately secure communications channel. Over the years, numerous developers have built applications above the SDVN protocol, accumulating well over 4.5 million users of its technology.


In 2019, the NetFlowCoin Foundation was born, and with it, a whole ecosystem. The idea of the NetFlowCoin network is to become the dominant layer that will eventually act as the underlying layer for all metaversal web 3.0 applications.


By late 2019 NetFlowCoin released their whitepaper, outlining the blockchain industry as a whole, and what has been missing. By early 2020 the protocol was written and the traffic on-chain development code was completed.


By early 2021, the testnet was made live, enabling a handful of early miners to join the ecosystem and begin mining NetFlowCoins. The testnet was a great success. By late 2021 the mainnet went live and was adopted by 100 private miners.


In Q1 2022, NetFlowCoin went live on the BitMart exchange, kickstarting the ecosystem into action and allowing early adopters to begin purchasing the coin. We are currently in Q2 2022, and the NetFlowCoin Foundation will be making its entire network public. This marks the starting point for the web 3.0 conceptual foundation.

What is to come?

What is exciting about the NetFlowCoin network is that the possibilities are truly endless, as the foundation will focus on community building, and working with 3rd parties to greatly expand the network.


Recently, NetFlowCoin and UC Berkeley have partnered to shed light on the blockchain industry for UC Berkeley’s De-fi students. They will use the NetFlowCoin network as a point of focus for research.


Although the mainnet is still yet to be made public, this is a focal point for the team over the next 2 months. Once the mainnet is made public, users, miners, and developers can begin growing the ecosystem into the very-much promised platform that’s been spoken about.


A key objective for the NetFlowCoin Foundation is to expand the ecosystem. Meaning, that throughout 2022/2023, once the mainnet is launched, the goal is to bring on board 10,000 new miners, greatly increasing the network’s traffic flow.


In addition, partnerships will become more frequent, as numerous relationships are being formed. Of course, this article cannot announce partnership names, but be sure to keep an eye open for these announcements.

How NetFlowCoin will fit into web 3.0?

As we are beginning to see signs of this next-generation internet, we must take a step back and ask ourselves, where does NetFlowCoin fit into it all?


The key characteristic that people have been describing web 3.0 as is a decentralized internet that gives ownership of data back to the people. Theoretically, users will be able to detach their online identities from their offline ones, becoming completely anonymous online.


How might this happen? Well, by taking NetFlowCoin’s network as an example, firstly, a user’s identity can be shielded through the use of their wallets. By making purchases, playing games, viewing content, etc… leaving no digital footprint wherever they travel to.

The way content is distributed online has always run through central servers, at least in the web 2.0 era. By doing so, when a user uploads any type of media content online, they lose ownership over that content.


By using the NetFlowCoin network users will have full control over their data. As a user, all accounts/content will be uploaded under your digital ID. In that case, all of a user’s digital assets are owned, and controlled, by that one user.


Turning toward the mining aspect of the network. Miners will enter the ecosystem using an NFC-ready NAS device. A NAS device is a personal cloud storage unit that miners can use to host any type of media content they’d like and share it across the NetFlowCoin network.


By doing so, that specific miner becomes their own centralized location, meaning, at any point in time they’d like to remove their media content, they can do so by leaving the network. Of course, if a miner leaves the network, he/she will lose out on mining rewards.

In conclusion: The future is bright

We have seen in the past many extraordinary companies building some of today’s most innovative solutions. Could NetFlowCoin be one of them? Well, judging from what we see today, and where the industry is going, NetFlowCoin is most certainly a contender.


The future is bright, as the development of web 3.0 will take numerous years before it’s adopted and implemented, and the NetFlowCoin Foundation has proven to be resilient. Over the next few years the expansion of the NetFlowCoin ecosystem will grow larger and larger until finally, a dominant network is in place.


What a decentralized internet will look like?

What a decentralized internet will look like?

We are beginning to see signs of the emergence of a decentralized internet. But, many people are still unaware of what this new internet will act like. No one knows for sure exactly how web 3.0’s development will eventually unfold, but the signs are clear as to what users will be able to do with it. 


Throughout the 21st century, data has been at the forefront of discussion when discussing the legacy web 2.0 internet. Whereby, large private organizations have been harvesting massive amounts of data from the public and selling it to other organizations without compensating the owners at all. 


In a web 3.0 architecture, the keyword that’s buzzing around is ‘ownership’, and this ultimately means that users/individuals will have full control, I.e “ownership”, over all their data and content. Let’s break this down into how exactly this will be done. 

A new communications network, owned by the people

Digital messaging is an aspect that many cannot live without. Over the years many messaging applications have revealed privacy flaws that leave many user accounts vulnerable.


Currently, a centralized architecture usually stores and records all of an individual’s messages. How this works is, person A sends a message to person B. But that message doesn’t travel directly from person A to B. It instead travels from person A to the service provider, whether that be Facebook, Tencent, or other service providers, and then gets sent to person B. This information is stored on a centralized server that can access your history at any time. 


What a decentralized communications network can do is, open a direct line between person A and person B, to allow direct messaging, completely removing the storage aspect of a service provider. Not only is the message completely private, but no one can see any information between the two parties. 


Although the web 2.0 is dominated by companies such as Amazon, Google, and Facebook, a web 3.0 decentralized internet will not push the attention away from these organizations but instead creates an opportunity for them to work with a web 3.0 architecture. 


As data will still be an important aspect for these companies, there could be a hybrid model whereby these organizations pay individual users monthly for access to their data. 


There are numerous obstacles that stand in the way of a decentralized internet, but one main concern will be access to the information we see today. This poses a challenge for Dapp developers to create a system that enables similar information to be categorized and stored among numerous nodes within a decentralized network. 


Currently, decentralized storage is slowly becoming more popular, but, blockchain projects have still yet to solve the access to content sharing and streaming model that we see in a web 2.0 network. Aside from the NetFlowCoin Foundation, there are no other companies that can take on this challenge. 


This is an aspect that many fans of the new internet must take into account. The internet is basically one huge library of information, and so, in order for a decentralized internet to offer similar information, there must be mass adoption of content creators all contributing similar content as they did on the web 2.0 to the web 3.0. 

Individual identification management systems on a web 3.0 network

A people’s-owned internet can also break down the barriers of identity management systems. Something that big-name companies have been unable to achieve. Not through lack of trying, but the liability would be too great if they were to be hacked. 


A decentralized internet can actually be used to enable an identity method that enables users to access any type of content, Dapps, and services without having to create numerous accounts to do so. Instead, have one account to access all. 


This can be achieved, as a decentralized internet architecture will be used in parallel with blockchain technology that uses systematic consensus mechanisms that can authenticate a person’s identity without actually revealing any information about that person. 


Although this system will have numerous issues when implemented on a government level, daily use of accessing the internet can be a viable solution that not only protects private information about an individual but also makes access smoother and more simple than what we see today. 

The decentralized internet will not be an easy transition

The transition from a web 2.0-based internet infrastructure to a web 3.0-based one will be accessed differently from what’s being used today. A decentralized internet will ultimately be shaped by numerous distributed nodes across the globe.


Accessing these nodes’ content will need touchpoints in the form of some type of portal. As many blockchain’s networks are designed to solve different issues, it will be hard for users to continually cross between different platforms to access the content they’re looking for.


This means companies need to create a cross-chain solution that will enable users to move seamlessly across different networks and access the services provided on those platforms. The next generation internet seems to be moving toward the direction that will be comprised of numerous blockchains all connected together through a bridging protocol.


Although there are not many chains dedicated to acting as a foundational layer for web 3.0. The NetFlowCoin foundation’s chain is working toward building the underlying network that will support the entirety of the new internet.


As these chains have set out to solve specific problems, NetFlowCoin’s protocol is the communications layer that will enable users to interact with the web 3.0 similar to how users currently interact with the web 2.0.


Through a bridging protocol, NetFlowCoin’s network could be integrated alongside other chains within the industry, generating the glue needed to combine and expand the new internet into what everyone is envisioning it to be.

In conclusion: Decentralization is the future, and no one can stop it

Although there is hype around the novelties that we are seeing today, in terms of NFT (non-fungible tokens), virtual real estate, and cryptocurrencies. The bigger picture is more than what is being spoken about on the surface. 


We are part of a digital evolutionary stage that has unlocked a path for the people to control what is seen, used, and shared online. The way in which we can communicate can be changed, and no longer be confined by the keyhole that so many companies are forcing us to only see-through. 


Governments, media, and conglomerates will now need to adapt and change their digital strategy to be a part of this people-first decentralized internet and give value instead of blockades for what is to come, and for what is deemed the future. 

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Key aspects of mining NetFlowCoin

Key aspects of mining NetFlowCoins

It’s no surprise that the evolution of the blockchain is bringing us more innovative ways of being implemented, especially in the crypto world. A blockchain is defined in numerous aspects, however, one of the most important characteristics is the number of miners supporting that specific network.  


The blockchain has been combined with numerous types of protocols, incentivizing all who join that ecosystem. As there are many ways to mine a coin, it is important to understand exactly the importance a miner is offering.


We are now crossing the threshold from a centralized, data gathering, web 2.0 architecture, to a decentralized data freedom web 3.0 architecture, and with that, mining is becoming more than just a money-generating hobby, but rather an integral aspect of building this new internet.   


NetFlowCoin’s vision of the future: Bring data back to the people through web 3.0

NetFlowCoin is fast becoming a strong contender in challenging all other web 3.0 platforms. After 10 years of developing the SDVN (software-defined-virtual network) protocol, and implementing it among numerous fortune 500 companies through their 3rd party app developers. NetFlowCoin’s vision is toward breaking the data-centric architecture, into a distributed people-first data architecture.


The NetFlowCoin network is a decentralized P2P communications network, enabling users to share, store, and stream data among one another without the interference of any centralized bodies. Thus creating an environment where people have full control over any data they have, and choose how their data is used.


Miners of the NetFlowCoin platform are doing more than just accumulating NetFlowCoin tokens, but, are actually supporting the future internet. Every member who joins as a miner is contributing resources that can be utilized by the entire ecosystem. Incidentally, miners are taking on the challenge to create iterations of the current content of web 2.0, and offering it across the web 3.0 network.


By doing so, centralized companies will lose the ability to use people’s data for their own gain without offering users compensation to access it, transitioning from web 2.0 data gathering to web 3.0 data ownership.


It all starts with the miners

It’s no surprise that miners become one of the most important aspects of a blockchain project once the mainnet and technology are ready. Miners are the lifeblood of any blockchain network, and without them, a network cannot support itself.


NetFlowCoin miners have the option to mine certain aspects of the network. There are three types of mining for NetFlowCoin, firstly there is block generation mining. Block generation uses the consensus mechanism POS (proof of stake) and verifies transactions across the NetFlowCoin network.


The second mining method is traffic mining. This method uses a POF (proof of flow) consensus model. These miners are offering their mining device’s storage, and content to a network of users. The more users purchase their ‘services’, whether that be content streaming, or storing, the more a traffic miner can receive NetFlowCoins.


The third mining method, also using a POF model, is bandwidth mining, whereby miners can contribute their bandwidth power to the network, which will increase the overall speeds of the network. Enabling users to experience very low latency, fast upload/download speeds, and incredibly smooth streaming.


As the NetFlowCoin network is a very powerful ecosystem, miners will have to purchase very specific mining equipment. These mining machines will be in the form of a NAS (network-attached storage) device, that has NFCs SDVN protocol software embedded into the firmware. There will be 3rd party sellers releasing these mining machines in 2022.


In conclusion, the NetFlowCoin network is more than just another blockchain project, but instead, is a people’s first, private communications internet infrastructure that will break the chains that individuals are forced into by today’s oligopolies, and take back ownership of their data.