Twister

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Twister

http://twister.net.co/
Twister is the fully decentralized P2P microblogging platform leveraging from the free software implementations of Bitcoin and BitTorrent protocols

Twister is a microblogging peer-to-peer platform, that is, it is a distributed system like bittorrent or similar file sharing technologies. Being completely decentralized means that no one is able to shut it down, as there is no single point to attack. The system is also designed so it cannot be censored, freedom of speech cannot be taken from you. And because the cryptography is employed end-to-end, no entity is able to spy on your communications.

"IRC general" IRC general channel
irc://irc.gnu.org/twister





Licensing

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Jgay

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9 January 2015




Leaders and contributors

Resources and communication

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Python (Ref)https://pypi.org/project/twister


Software prerequisites

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Required to buildbitcoind

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 3 April 2018.



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