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Silktorrent is meant to be the base technology for P2P cloud storage dependent applications that can withstand a situation, where Police/adversaries have

taken down literally all servers of the authors of the censorable files

and, at the same time,

have access to all of the encryption keys of the authors of the censorable files

and, at the same time,

have taken down internet connections of the general public and switched in jammers that take out ad hoc mobile networks.

The Silktorrent is meant to be a doomsday last resort network software infrastructure that allows to create reliable information systems.

There is an effort to design Silktorrent by taking to account the results of the vast amount of prior work, including the 2010 doctoral thesis of Michael John RogersThe Silktorrent differs from many other projects by having an implementation architecture and algorithm architecture that are expected to be gradually upgraded as new knowledge becomes available. The Silktorrent implementation is designed to be usable for at least decades. 

The Dat protocol/Beaker , the IPFS and the ZeroNet require an honorary mention at the main page of the Silktorrent project, because those projects implement features that are remarkably similar to the features that are dreamt up at the Silktorrent project.

Algorithm and Implementation

Action Plan


List of Similar Projects

List of Related Issues

Marketing Scheme

Philosophical Test Cases

Project Opportunities

Project Risks



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