Does anybody else feel like there’s something wrong with the internet? It was first conceived as a global communication network where information and power were equally distributed, but this principle is under the attack thanks to major corporations like Google, Facebook and Amazon who are centralizing control.
We are in the heading towards a future where you are the customer, and the product, of a network controlled by a handful of global corporations.
But what if this relationship could be reversed? What if we could collectively own the network, while also being the beneficiaries of the revenue that comes from its use?
Meet DADI, a cloud service platform using blockchain technology offering compute power, database storage, content delivery and other functionality to help businesses scale grow.
The platform uses cost-efficient fog computing, a decentralized infrastructure in which data, storage and applications are distributed in the most logical, efficient place between the data source and the cloud. This is than organized by a Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO) rather than a centralized cloud structure
Every digital product is powered by web services. Every business can already implement DADI technology for improved efficiency and performance. Soon the DADI network will be able to support these web services at a price point unimaginable today – some 90% cheaper than traditional cloud services available today.
DADI represents a radical overhaul of the cloud computing sector. Its mission is to uphold the founding principles of the Web by democratizing computational power.