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Author Topic: Morph - Free open source peer-to-peer high-performance distributed datastore  (Read 1613 times)
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September 01, 2015, 12:34:15 AM


Written in Python and 100% open source, MORPHiS is intended to be free to open collaboration, transparency, and rapid prototyping. Lets work together to get this project off the ground!

The network is optimized for performance and low latency to allow for applications to be built on top of it using MORPHiS as its database.
It also uses TCP to be 100% compatible with TOR so that it is as anonymous as TOR for those who connect their node through TOR to the MORPHiS network.

MORPHiS is a custom (enhanced with inventions) Kademlia DHT over a custom (enhanced with optimizations for performance in security) SSH protocol. MORPHiS is written in Python, a free and open language that is memory safe with high performance asynchronous I/O, and is not controlled by US/NSA corporations.

Because the nodes are distributed on each of our computers, the MORPHiS network is completely decentralized. It is reliable, transparent, scalable, and is high performance without any centralized power having control.

Through a trust based system of reputation, this feature will enable reputation based searches (deprecating GOOGLE/BING/ETC, DNS, and so on), forums (bye bye disqus, etc!), and eventually deprecating democracy and stone age government (democracy via stone age paper ballots VS real time direct voting).

This layer will allow for Bitcoin Micro-transactions and an inherent automatic Bitcoin Mixing Layer (anonymize bitcoin and add infinite micro-transaction ability).

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