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« on: May 17, 2017, 09:45:39 AM »

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Luis Fernando Molina Blogs / How To Discover A New Internet of People
« on: April 06, 2017, 11:59:22 PM »

How To Discover A New Internet of People
Luis Fernando Molina
Jun 23, 2016

Luis Fernando Molina
Jun 23, 2016

It was when I was in the midst of solving another problem that I discovered a new space — a realm of possibilities that heretofore had been a vacuum.

In the initial development of the Fermat project, I was focusing in creating incentives for end users that would inspire them to adopt apps built within the mobile app framework I had designed. My working theory was if I could just enable mobile apps to talk to each other over an open source p2p network, new business models would be spawned that could take advantage of running directly on end users’ smartphones. With a fully empowered p2p solution, apps would not need to go through companies’ web servers, meaning at least some level of disintermediation could be achieved. Since disintermediation almost always results in lower pricing of transactions, the inherent cost-savings was just the incentive that I was looking for.

The idea made sense on the surface, so I dived deeper to explore if it should work. The world has already vetted successful single purpose p2p systems like bitTorrent or bitcoin. However, it remained unclear what a multi-purpose infrastructure should look like.
It turns out that in general, different end users take differing approaches in how they use an app and what they need from it. For instance, if a user is on Whatsapp, it’s a certainty that each user is there to chat. Those on Tinder are date seekers, and those on other apps may be job seekers, taxi drivers, and so on. Currently, the major app stores are teeming with different varieties of online dating apps — there are dozens of choices — and in every last one of them, the end users are people playing the same role: seeking dates.

Upon close examination, my findings showed that users need to maintain multiple, different profile types to use with the various apps on their devices. Usually, each specific profile-type interacts with peers’ profiles of the same type. For instance, those using chat apps interact with similar “use-case peers” under the purview of that same chat app. And yet, there are some profile types that could interact with other profile types to create a more powerful, functioning ecosystem: one can easily imagine a system where riders interact with taxi drivers, each running an app with its own specific functionality, and they they are completely related to the other.
In a true p2p environment, these profiles would first need to find each other. Once identified, the p2p environment must allow individuals to connect with each other, at least within relevant communities, to fully interact. But to get there, in order for a profile to be found even when hardware like a smartphone might be offline, profiles should be acknowledged and stored by a constantly online, decentralized network. To allow for this functionality, the network must handle a distributed catalog of end user profiles, sortable by category.

Taken together, these features enable a simple messaging network for interconnecting mobile devices to evolve into a multi-layer and multi-functional p2p network, where each stacked layer is a network itself. Think of it like a fiber optic cable, where a single strand of perfectly hewn glass can handle the transmission of thousands of frequencies at once.

In this expansive network, would be a layer of chat users stacked atop layers of date seekers, taxi drivers, job seekers, and anything else. Apps interacting with one or more of these layers can form their own micro ecosystems of interrelated-apps: an online dating apps ecosystem, for instance, can form with many dozens of apps, each of which could capture users whose profile type is a date-seeker. All these similar apps would connect to a date-seeker network layered on top of the basic p2p infrastructure.
Though it shares some concepts and technologies with presently available paradigms, what’s borne is a truly new space, one that could be as significant as the web space or the mobile space, with its own set of extraordinary properties. In this new p2p space, mobile apps will no longer stand alone. Instead, each app could be a part of a distributed system, one capable of spanning multiple devices to accomplish tasks and to connect with multiple human networks in a truly peer-to-peer way.

This new space comes with many advantages. Among these features, this innovation allows for dramatically enhanced user privacy, since the most essential information will be stored on end user’s devices. Moreover, in this space there is universal access to a growing total of global networks, each comprised of people playing their own, individual roles, through apps specifically designed to handle and complement every interaction. Because this technology connects us in a way more human and social and equal than ever before, this space needed a new name. I call it the Internet of People.

Thanks to Amadeo Charlé for the editing.

If you are interested in learning more about this technology, this list might help you:

1. “Fermat, the Internet of People and the Person to Person Economy.”
The Internet of People architecture dissected.

2. “Introducing the Graphchain.”
The cryptographically secured data structure we use to store profiles and their relationships.

3. “Introducing Redtooth”
Like Bluetooth with global range.

4. “The Profile Server.”
The cornerstone software of the Internet of people.

5. “The Location Based Network.”
The geo-located network that help other services to be geo-localized.

The Internet of People is being built by the Fermat Project. If you like what you are reading, check out our online community on Slack.

A bit about me: I am a systems architect who started his career designing and building banking systems. Later I turned into an entrepreneur. Three years ago I learned about bitcoin and decided I would use the underlying technology to fix the biggest problem we have as humans: “unlimited concentration of power”.

Liputan Pers / Liputan Pers Oleh "BTCManager.com"
« on: April 01, 2017, 11:36:02 PM »

…A decentralized and blockchain-fueled app platform which has existed in proof-of-concept mode for two years, Fermat has now officially launched …

Fostering a Global Peer-to-Peer Economy: Feature Interview With Luis Molina, CEO of Fermat

May 3, 2016 15:03 by Michael Scott

Imagine life in a global, peer-to-peer economy. A system where all citizens could hold direct control and ownership of their purchasing power. Where  anyone, anywhere, could find, communicate and facilitate transactions with others without interference from third parties or privacy risk concerns. Whether a job seeker, apartment owner, doctor, rideshare driver or even someone looking for love online, the opportunity exists to transact openly in a free market environment without unnecessary rules, barriers and constraints.

This Utopian vision may soon become a reality with the groundbreaking initiative being pursued by Fermat, arguably the largest open-sourced project on the blockchain. On Tuesday April 26th, Fermat released a landmark white paper articulating the details of this movement along with an invitation for enthusiasts to participate.

A decentralized and blockchain-fueled app platform which has existed in proof-of-concept mode for two years, Fermat has now officially launched in alpha-testing mode. This app ecosystem signals a new day for peer-to-peer exchange, one supported by a collaborative, component-based design where incentives are tracked and paid over the blockchain.

Fermat (a name derived from a French attorney/mathematician) is comprised of a team of over 60 full-time developers, designers, and other experts busily crafting what has been described as a new "Internet of People.” The working goal of this collective is to eliminate the need for third-parties and other intermediaries, thereby opening up unprecedented digital ownership and monetization possibilities for the community. This blockchain system will be user controlled, censorship-resistant and flexible in its engagement model.

Luis Molina: Fermat’s Chief Visionary

Recently, BTCMANAGER had a one-on-one conversation with Luis Molina, the CEO and visionary leader of Fermat from his home in Budapest. Born in Cordoba, Argentina. Molina matriculated to Europe following a career at the Latin-American based Kepler Technology. He also had a stint with Frame Labs, an internet banking and security system consulting firm that he founded.

In 2014, Molina moved to Hungary to launch the Fermat movement. “It was three years ago while working on a project in Dubai where I discovered bitcoin,” says Molina. “Because of my background in technology I felt compelled to figure out how to get bitcoin mass adopted. Because I’m an idealist that sees opportunities to produce change, I spent more than a year just researching and attempting to figure out this problem.”

Molina found  this riddle to be a complex and daunting task. Nevertheless, what ensued from his investigatory work was the seed for starting Fermat, a peer-to-peer movement predicated on the use of mobile devices. “What was needed I discovered was some system that interconnects phones with each other without going through a third-party web server or infrastructure. In other words a peer-to-peer network for interconnecting people with each other. Doing this opens up a whole new universe of opportunities.”

Molina says the beauty behind all of this is that much of the software code already exists to make this a reality sooner rather than later.

There is a whole universe of applications that can be built off of existing code. We found that if we can capitalize off of code that has already been replicated in another application then we can do things much faster. This reuse across other applications saves time and money and prevents us from having to reinvent the wheel.

Fermat’s main strategic advantage, according to Molina, is this code reuse at an application level.  “If we were to build, for example, an AirBnB peer-to-peer application on top of Fermat, then it would become very easy for a developer to niche that application and create a dedicated component for a customer.”

It’s here where he says cryptocurrency aligns nicely with the Fermat model which will manage the delivery of micropayments from all over the world to anyone creating these components. The engine for this and for all of the other intricacies of the Fermat system  is a dedicated application token, similar to that used by Factom.

“Yes, we maintain a blockchain in our own peer-to-peer network that is a conduit for the interconnection of devices. It’s not designed to be a payment processing or smart contract execution network. Rather it’s a network that just connects phones and their applications with each other”

The processing of these tokens, he says, is done via the bitcoin network as a colored coin. “This token helps us to bootstrap the network and put people to interconnect between each other. It also enables micropayments to be sent to authors of the components.”

Charting The Next Phase of Fermat’s Evolution

The main philosophy driving Fermat’s evolution says Molina is what he affectionately calls the “Internet of People.”  The goal is to produce a full-scale network which runs on end-user devices, thereby allowing people to connect globally in a peer-to-peer way.
Molina says that as the Fermat project has evolved from its early beginnings, growing numbers of people via word-of-mouth have joined to contribute — first in Argentina, then in the rest of Latin America — and now throughout the rest of the world. He says that he hopes many more will join, offering much-needed help with such a large project.

“From artists to engineers, everyone is invited. We are in particular need of analysts, people who can provide a broader analysis of what we’re doing, as we try to manage a complex system that is moving fast.  We’ve got several projects running at the same time, about 10 or so — some involving applications that have already been built while others entailing more lower level infrastructure. So our needs are great.”

System development efforts have been quite challenging at times, particularly at a technical level, where lots of components have been built by so many people. The system, says Molina, is very disruptive and is often headed many directions at the same time. Nevertheless, he believes that the community is a key component to making this happen.

The challenge is truly colossal, but with a lot of hard work, we believe we can accomplish this. The challenge is truly colossal, but with a lot of hard work, we believe we can accomplish this. We won't stop until we make it happen.

Liputan Pers / Liputan Pers Oleh "The Coin Telegraph"
« on: February 19, 2017, 09:33:24 PM »

“…Developers can be paid modularly for app components that they create…”

“Internet of People”: How Blockchain Could Improve Uber, Airbnb and Other Services

By Niall Maye

Luis Fernando Molina, the chief executive and founder of Fermat.org, has released a whitepaper on the “Internet of People”. The concept offers an alternative way for content creators to stay in control of their work.

Fermat.org is a platform that enables decentralised applications. The latter connect users directly to each other without any need for an intermediary. Developers can be paid modularly for app components that they create.

Evolution from social to peer-to-peer

Operating in stealth mode for the last two years, the platform already has more than 60 full-time contributors collaborating from around the world on the system using similar technology to that of bitcoin transactions on the blockchain.

Molina says that Fermat will give users direct control of their personal digital footprint as well as more privacy and compares the project to the file sharing service BitTorrent because they both use a device-to-device-based network saying: “We will see an evolution from social to peer-to-peer”.

The platform enables atomised, modular creation of apps which makes sure that developers don’t end up duplicating work as well as each component in the Fermat system being “white labeled” in which each product is created generically and can be packaged, branded and sold by other companies.

So if a developer creates an app that another developer wants to incorporate into his or her app, a micropayment will go to the original developer.

Copyright enforcement and digital asset

Another use case the system enables is copyright enforcement in which an author or journalist can publish something on the blockchain and use the platform to automatically handle copyright transfer and sales as well as giving consumers access to their content while enabling bitcoin micropayment fees for readership.

Molina explains:

“Laura, as a journalist, might be writing blogs, and you cannot prevent in the current web someone from taking some of the things you write and republishing it somewhere else, without even referring to you. We are currently creating an artist platform on which you can publish things and create your content as a digital asset, something that in our system is a combination of three things: a multimedia element such as a picture, a video, a song or an article or an ebook or whatever.”

Airbnb, Uber, job search, online dating and other services

Include all this with being able to set up a peer-to-peer version of Airbnb or Uber with hosts and guests and drivers and riders being able to connect to each other directly through their smartphones removing companies as middlemen as well as their fees, and you can see the potential.

Fermat also provides a similar function of the crucial reputation management and background checks that companies like Airbnb rely on in which users can build up their reputation in several ways by the use of services like online dating, freelance work or as an Airbnb host and combining these together so that one reputation connects all the profiles to each other, or if preferred separately.

Other types of services that can be created using the Fermat system are classified ads, online dating, coupons, vouchers, discounts, job search and apartment rental to name just a few, and you can see the direction this is going in, which is a massive disruption of so many services that rely on intermediaries and middlemen just like digital currencies are doing in the financial world.

Liputan Pers / Liputan Pers Oleh "LTB Network"
« on: February 19, 2017, 09:18:15 PM »


“Travel Standard” Adalah layanan Travel Berdasarkan Blockchain Mendatang, Tujuan kami adalah untuk menyediakan jasa perjalanan yang sangat mudah digunakan dengan Sistem Reward menggunakan Token berdasarkan Blockchain.

Travel Standard sedang merekrut Orang-orang terampil dan spesialis untuk melengkapi tim untuk Proyek dan Program ICO Mendatang

1: Seorang Pengembang berbasis Blockchain inti  yang tahu teknologi Blockchain dan dapat membuat situs ICO, dengan semua Struktur backend.
2: Seorang Pengembang Web biasa yang bisa membuat Web berbasis Travel

Kami membutuhkan Baik pengembang Frontend dan Backend

Duta Komunitas:
Kami membutuhkan perwakilan komunitas, yang membantu kami untuk menyebarkan layanan kami ke seluruh dunia, menggunakan sumber online dan sumber Offline.

Jika Anda adalah karyawan berbakat dan Ingin bergabung dengan Proyek masa depan yang besar ini Jangan ragu untuk menghubungi kami:
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Kirimkan proposal Anda melalui Email: travelstandard2017@gmail.com
Atau bergabung di Slack kami dengan mengisi formulir ini untuk mendapatkan undangan dari slack: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/11Q0QqMOprcGOV8IGK_QFi9r8EmLPxCaK7jnxcqeOwYY

Aplikasi IoP / IoP Token V 3.0.1 Governance Blockchain System
« on: February 15, 2017, 09:12:43 PM »

Mac OsX


Code: [Select]
curl -L https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Fermat-ORG/iop-token-scripts/master/install-iop-token.deb.sh | sudo bash -
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Jual Beli Barang & Jasa / Rumah di jual tangerang
« on: February 14, 2017, 01:41:35 AM »
Rumah Dijual Cepat. Keadaan rumah sedang diperbaiki karena tidak ditempati. Renovasi meliputi perbaikan atap yang bocor, pengecatan, pembersihan kamar mandi dan perbaikan beberapa kusen. di depan rumah ada halaman sedikit untuk taman. kondisi lingkungan aman.Bahan bahan rumah kualitas tinggi. Lokasi dibelakang ruko graha raya bintaro dan cocok untuk investasi. Jalan bisa dilalui 1 mobil.

Luas tanah dan bangunan 200 M2
4 Kamar Tidur + 2 Kamar Mandi + 1 Gudang

Bahan bangunan yang digunakan bahan berkualitas

Dijual cepat dengan atau tanpa renovasi

Harga IDR 1,2 M Nego

Menerima IoP atau BTC

Untuk Informasi PM

Pengumuman / Wallet Versi 3.0.1 Segera direlease
« on: February 14, 2017, 12:12:39 AM »

Wallet Versi 3.0.1 akan segera diluncurkan.Banyak bug yang diperbaiki juga tambahan fitur baru. Salah satunya fitur "Blockchain Governance" yang aktif melalui kapasitas kontribusi dan voting. Aplikasi koresponden android juga akan di luncurkan segera sehingga anda bisa mengajukan proyek untuk mendapatkan suara dan bahkan mendapatkan pendanaan. 

Tunggu update selanjutnya  :)

Hello Timothy

Can anyone buy your product with crypto currencies, especially with IoP Token ?

Thanks and welcome aboard  :)

Video / Video Pertanyaan dan Jawaban untuk Fermat Local Chapter
« on: December 18, 2016, 03:24:29 PM »
Video Pertanyaan dan Jawaban untuk Fermat Local Chapter bersama Manager Komunitas Markus

Liputan Pers / Liputan Pers Oleh "Laissez Faires"
« on: December 15, 2016, 02:59:54 PM »

“…Fermat was designed to empower an ‘Internet of People’ in contrast to a ‘Web of Companies’ and to advance the P2P era and economy…”

Fermat: The New Face of Free Markets
Chris Campbell
By Chris Campbell
Apr 28, 2016

Meet Fermat. The new face of free markets.

Fermat is an open-source application platform which uses the blockchain and P2P technology. “At its very core,” Fermat
’s founder, Luis Fernando Molina, says, “Fermat is about freedom.

“The whole design orbits around the concept of users determining the level of privacy they prefer; whether they choose to have intermediaries or not; which currency they prefer to use and so on. Fermat was designed to empower an ‘Internet of People’ in contrast to a ‘Web of Companies’ and to advance the P2P era and economy.”

Fermat currently has over 60 full-time contributors working behind the scenes to create its envisioned “Internet of the People”: a marketplace free of central bankers, politicians, Flash Boys, and other market zombies.

Once finished, Fermat will, says the website, “allow anyone anywhere, to find, communicate and transact with anyone, anywhere, without unwanted third party involvement and privacy risks.”

“The project,” Jamie Redman writes on Bitcoin.com, “gives users sovereign ownership of their digital footprints. The network uses nodes that securely and autonomously communicate with each other. A token asset called Fermats that offer incentives for node operators and token transactions will be distributed over the Bitcoin network.”

“Beyond the obvious advantages to the developer community,” one of Fermat’s board of directors, Philip Farah, says, “Fermat will deliver significant benefits to end users and businesses. For end users, it will lower transaction costs for both buyers and sellers and give back user control over one’s personal information and digital content. For businesses, it will provide access to low cost digital marketing and distribution channels and a platform to deliver value-added services such as market research and insurance.”

We’ve talked about these marketplaces before in past episodes. And we’ll continue to talk about them. Why? Because the blockchain and other decentralized platforms are paving the way for a whole new definition of ‘free markets.’ And this idea — the thought of open, decentralized, peer-to-peer networks — is catching on.

“What is typically thought of as the peer-to-peer or sharing economy — think Uber or Airbnb — could someday,” Laura Shin writes in Forbes, “become so peer-to-peer that drivers and riders or hosts and guests connect to each other directly through their smart phones and ditch those companies as middlemen.”

“Today,” Molina chimes in, “the Internet is home to mega-corporations, governments, massive server farms and user surveillance.

“Our businesses, purchasing power, savings and personal data have become a playground for hackers, tech giants, marketers, bankers, politicians and other self-­interested third parties to pilfer, mine, exploit and otherwise abuse at our expense.

“Bitcoin promised a better world,” Molina goes on. “Fermat seeks to deliver it. Through a widely adopted decentralized app framework that incentivizes collaborative development, shared ownership and hyper­-customization of modular software, the Project aims to earn widespread mainstream adoption and unshackle free markets by removing middlemen from their current levels of influence.”

To be sure, these marketplaces aren’t some thought experiment for future generations to make real. They live today. They’re here. One early adopter, OpenBazaar, a decentralized peer-to-peer marketplace, just opened up its digital doors earlier this month. In fact, we’ve already opened our first store (for free) selling Fugio cent replicas.

Rather than taking the scenic route, OpenBazaar cuts a hole in the fence

With platforms like OpenBazaar and Fermat, the barriers to enter the market become a $200 laptop. (Or a library card.) And you keep what you earn. No questions asked.

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This, of course, levels the playing field, enticing more competition to enter. And, with the money saved on transaction and middleman fees, goods and services can easily be traded more cheaply than in the centralized marketplace.

(And that — cheaper prices — is the only reason most would need to begin to adopt these markets. Think: Wal-Mart and Amazon.)

But decentralized marketplaces sound complex, right? Well, if you’re worried about a learning curve, don’t be. It would run with you in mind, just like our current online marketplace, except even more so. Ease of use is top of mind for Fermat’s developers. Along those lines, Fermat’s white paper, which was just released this week, reads:

Fermat’s central premise is that there is a path to software development that is smarter, better and more efficient than the status quo. The Fermat framework allows anyone from anywhere to collaborate and mutually profit from shared ownership of modular applications: it enables an open-ended stream of micropayments to authors of reusable software components that can be perpetually combined and recombined to create an ever-expanding library of useful, highly-customizable, peer-to-peer commercial applications.

--Let’s take, for example, a company like Airbnb. Now, put that company on Fermat’s platform. What would that look like?

“In the peer-to-peer Fermat-powered version of Airbnb,” says Shin, “someone who wants to let a room would download the Fermat host version of the app and upload information about the room.

“People with Fermat’s guest version of the app who had appropriate search criteria would find the offering. Once a guest and host decide to make a deal, they chat through the app themselves, without having to use a middleman. And when payment is exchanged, they can use a currency like Bitcoin to transact directly with each other — sans bank or PayPal fees.

And it gets better. Fermat, as mentioned, gives users direct control and sovereignty of their personal information. Thus, their privacy is as tight as they want it to be.

“The blockchain-enabled system,” the white paper goes on, “is built to be user-controlled, censorship-resistant and flexible — a platform for person-to-person exchange of goods, services, assets and data, free from the whims, risks, costs and interference of unwanted, self-interested third parties who are no longer needed to facilitate the exchange.”


Let’s just hope these things are up and running before the dollar craps the bed. If so, we can just flush the parasites out with one go and keep on sailing.

If they can’t beat us, they’ll join us.


[Ed. note: Fermat’s white paper is at this link. Check it out, it’s interesting stuff.]

Until tomorrow,

Chris Campbell

Liputan Pers / Liputan Pers Oleh "Bloquezero"
« on: December 11, 2016, 10:33:16 PM »

“…un proyecto extraordinariamente ambicioso destinado a revolucionar la economía peer-to-peer (persona-a-persona)…”

FERMAT: Proyecto de economía P2P
por Guillem Sorolla Lerma | Abr 27, 2016 | Empresas, Noticias, Noticias Destacadas, Tecnología

Nace FERMAT tras 2 años de sigilo, más de 60 contribuyentes colaborando a tiempo completo para desarrollar la plataforma de código abierto mundial que pondrá en marcha el “Internet de las personas” según su creador.

Fermat lleva dos años construyendo una plataforma de aplicaciones modulares descentralizadas y compatible con blockchain. Hoy, por fin, ha anunciado la publicación de su “white paper” donde describe un proyecto extraordinariamente ambicioso destinado a revolucionar la economía peer-to-peer (persona-a-persona) y el desarrollo de software para móviles. El marco de aplicación incentiva el diseño colaborativo basado en componentes y la propiedad compartida con seguimiento y pagos mediante el blockchain. En este momento se encuentra en la fase alfa y ya ha recibido el reconocimiento  de los pesos pesados de la crítica en la industria.

En un white paper publicado recientemente, la organización Fermat esboza su visión de una plataforma móvil que permitirá a los usuarios conectarse a los unos con los otros, sin la necesidad de que un tercer intermediario (empresa o mercado centralizado) para proporcionar servicios de “conexión”. Los usuarios de Fermat podrán chatear, conseguir un taxi, alquilar apartamentos, encontrar una cita, publicar y buscar en anuncios clasificados, encontrar un trabajo, alquilar o prestar servicios independientes, obtener cupones digitales, cupones y descuentos, pagar con monedas fiduciarias o criptomonedas, y mucho más. Además, Fermat es también una criptomoneda habilitada para permitir el intercambio global de valor. Con diseño peer-to-peer, Fermat incorpora ventajosos controles de privacidad para todos los tipos de transacciones.

El resultado es una plataforma peer-to-peer que elimina los intermediarios y permite la monetización y propiedad de los contenidos digitales y la información personal.

La visión Fermat requiere el desarrollo de una gran biblioteca de intercambio de aplicaciones móviles de economía compartida a través de esta plataforma. Para lograr este objetivo, Fermat propone un nuevo modelo de desarrollo de software que permite la colaboración y el aumento de la eficiencia. Se introduce el concepto de la propiedad de componente en proyectos de código grandes y abiertos, se incentiva a los creadores con el flujo de micropagos recurrentes abonados por los usuarios finales y ejecutadas por el propio sistema. Estos componentes de software reutilizables se pueden combinar y recombinar a través de una biblioteca cada vez mayor de aplicaciones comerciales altamente personalizables, siempre preservando los derechos de propiedad de los componentes y los ingresos de sus propietarios.

Iniciado en 2014, el proyecto ya ha llamado la atención de colaboradores especializados de todos los rincones del mundo, incluyendo doctorados académicos, expertos, empresarios criptográficos de Bitcoin, equipos de desarrolladores e iluminados del mundo de los negocios de Australia a los Estados Unidos y de Europa a América del Sur.

Fermat: Economía compartida P2P

Las aplicaciones más populares de economía compartida se están portando a Fermat en un formato P2P. Las aplicaciones P2P en Fermat ofrecerán a los consumidores finales la opción de que cualquiera que use los servicios existentes con modelos de negocio tradicionales ahora- o tomando ventaja de los motores de búsqueda más eficientes “sin intermediarios” de Fermat, podrían reducir drásticamente los costes. Por su diseño, se convertirá en un catalizador en la evolución de la corriente llamada “consumo colaborativo” a algo más robusto  llamado “economía P2P” a través de múltiples industrias.

Fermat consiste en una red P2P, un framework y un ecosistema de aplicaciones, todas construidas con lenguaje de programación Java para permitir la compatibilidad multi-OS. Fermat está diseñado para ser compatible con blockchain y totalmente resistente a la censura, asegurando que cada usuario tiene el control directo de su propia huella digital personal.
La red de Fermat consta de nodos especializados que permiten la comunicación de los dispositivos entre sí para intercambiar con seguridad y de forma autónoma la información. Mientras que el framework de Fermat se ubica en la parte mas externa del sistema operativo de un dispositivo como una extensión que es compatible con el ecosistema de aplicaciones de Fermat. El ecosistema se forma, como un organismo complejo a partir de una red de células, a partir de un vasto conjunto de componentes atómicos interconectados, reutilizables, siendo varios de ellos la interfaz de usuario.
Fermat ha desarrollado un sistema de tokens de aplicaciones para incentivar el desarrollo de la infraestructura y las aplicaciones. Los tokens llamados Fermats servirán de incentivo para los operadores de nodos que proporcionen el hardware y ancho de banda y para compensar a los desarrolladores por escribir código y elaborar componentes. El sistema de Fermat está diseñado para subcontratar el manejo de transacciones de tokens hacia Bitcoin, la red segura y distribuida. Mientras que el blockchain Fermat registrará las transacciones de tokens de nueva emisión. Las transferencias de valor de usuario a usuario serán manejados directamente por la red Bitcoin.
El CEO y fundador de Fermat, Luis Fernando Molina, dijo que prevé un futuro donde las personas físicas son más importantes que las personas jurídicas como pueden ser las corporaciones o empresas, y añadió:
“En su esencia, Fermat se trata de libertad. Todo el diseño orbita de forma completa sobre el concepto de que sean los usuarios quienes determinan el nivel de privacidad que prefieren; si deciden tener intermediarios o no; la moneda que prefieren utilizar y así sucesivamente. Fermat fue diseñado para fortalecer un Internet de las personas en contraste con una red de empresas y para avanzar a la era de la economía P2P “.
“El aspecto más difícil fue el diseño de un sistema capaz de entregar ese futuro en el menor tiempo posible. Con esto en mente, surgió un sistema de colaboración masiva cuando introdujimos los conceptos de propiedad de los componentes y flujo mensual de micropagos para sus propietarios “
, agregó Molina.
Philip Farah, miembro del Consejo de Administración de Fermat y ex Director Global de Servicios Financieros Consulting en Cisco Systems, dijo que Fermat llevará a la economía peer-to-peer al siguiente nivel.
“Más allá de las evidentes ventajas a la comunidad de desarrolladores, Fermat ofrecerá beneficios significativos a los usuarios finales y empresas. Para los usuarios finales, reducirá los costos de transacción para los compradores y vendedores y devolverá el control al usuario sobre la propia información personal y su contenido digital. Para las empresas, proporcionará acceso a la comercialización digital de bajo coste y unos canales de distribución y una plataforma para ofrecer servicios de valor añadido tales como estudios de mercado y de seguros “
, dijo Farah.

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