Ethereum co-founder Anthony Di Iorio officially introduces Andiami to the public at the Metro Toronto Convention Center. This project, which has been incubating for ten years, mainly aims to improve the decentralization of the Internet through blockchain personal computers.
Andiami, designed for a user-controlled Internet
Anthony Di Iorio is one of the co-founders of Ethereum, the second largest cryptocurrency in the world by market capitalization. He is also behind the Decentral gaming ecosystem and the Jaxx Liberty blockchain wallet. Always eager for decentralization, freedom and a user-controlled Internet, he embarked on a new innovative Web3 project: Andiami. Di Lorio has entirely imagined, designed and implemented this project.
The idea for him is to solve the centralization paradox in decentralized technologies. As he explained, “The promise of the Web3 […] is hampered by the continuous centralization of the decentralized node infrastructure and the persistence of modsWeb2 business partners “. The goal is really to give users the ability to better control the internet and decentralized networks. Essentially, this will be done via plug-and-play personal blockchain computers.
The blockchain personal computer: Kesako?
The “Cube” is a bit like the heart of the Andiami project. It is, as it were, a blockchain personal computer. This plug-and-play device, which works on the same principle as a game console, counteracts the centralization of the blockchain. Thanks to this hardware, cryptographic users can easily run nodes. This, even if they have little or no expertise in the matter. The “Cube” functions at the same time as complete nodes and a personal digital server.
With the “Cube”, users can connect directly to decentralized networks. For the next phase of the project, Anthony Di Iorio plans to ship consoles to people randomly selected from a whitelist. Then there will be the launch of the game “The Quest for Liberty”, the way to participate in the project, to access Andiami products (non-fungible Phygital or NFP) and to earn prize tokens. Each step leads to the implementation of the node sharing protocol planned for 2025.
With the Andiami project, Anthony Di Iorio tackles the most pressing problems of cryptography. In particular, he fights against the growing centralization of decentralized networks and the widespread use of Web2 business models in search of Web3.
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