HTTP(I). Web Security by Design

Meet the next generation internet protocol — Based on the Blockchain.
Trust, as it should be: Distributed and Immutable.

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What is HTTP(I)?

The current internet structure contains several centralized components like the Certifying Authority (CA) or the DNS. These entities present a single point of failure and are an increasingly popular target for dDOS attacks.
With the HTTP(I) protocoll, attackers are penalized with fees each time they show malicious behaviour. HTTP(I) makes dDOS attacks expensive for the attackers — Good Buy, dDOS!

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