Akasha Smasha!! The Decentralized Social Network, Akasha, Launches Web3 Site. From Prescient Augur of Exchange to Future WOW

 

This email came with an embargo In Mid January,

This is the Akasha update news letter
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From: AKASHA
Date: Thu, Jan 18, 2018 at 1:00 PM

Please do not share yet publicly as we are still ironing out bugs!

One year ago we released the AKASHA Alpha. It was our first stab at what seemed an “impossible dream” at times – freedom of expression as a basic human right embedded in software. A truly decentralized social media network offering free speech not as an option, but as a default from design stage.

To everyone’s surprise, the Alpha experiment unfolded into a resounding success thanks to your participation! Together we proved that the dream is possible. On this note, a BIG THANK YOU to all the pioneers that have been part of this adventure since its beginnings!

However, today is not about the Alpha.

Today, we invite you to become pioneers in the next experiment: the Beta \o/

The beta is the result of almost a year of sustained hard work, on multiple layers, which resulted in an entirely new dapp – rewritten from scratch. We feel that the time has come to share with you this new Web3 experience and from the bottom of our hearts we hope you will enjoy it! ^_^

Feedback & Issues

Below you will find the instructions and links that should make the dapp setup a breeze. If you get stuck at any point feel free to reach us on Discord, we are friendly people 🙂

The best thing to do in case you stumble upon a bug is to open a GitHub issueand/or get in touch with us. That being said, a screenshot and a copy of the logs describing the error would be super helpful.

On the other hand, if you have an idea that you’d like to share with us don’t be shy – we have a Discord channel for #ideas and we’d love to hear from you!

Windows Pioneers

  1. Download the .exe installer or the .zip archive from our GitHub repo
  2. Run the installer or extract the files contained in the .zip file
  3. Open the AKASHA dapp and synchronize with the Ethereum test network
  4. Create or import an AKASHA identity
  5. Login and enjoy AKASHA

Mac Pioneers

  1. Download the .dmg installer or the .zip archive from our GitHub repo
  2. Run the installer or extract the files contained in the .zip file
  3. Open the AKASHA dapp and synchronize with the Ethereum test network
  4. Create or import an AKASHA identity
  5. Login and enjoy AKASHA

Linux Pioneers

  1. Download the .deb installer or the .zip archive from our GitHub repo
  2. Run the installer or extract the files contained in the .zip file
  3. Open the AKASHA dapp and synchronize with the Ethereum test network
  4. Create or import an AKASHA identity
  5. Login and enjoy AKASHA

* Do not download/install AKASHA from other users or websites and always verify the digital signature of the dapp. The digital signature should display AKASHA International GmbH.

** Starting with the 0.6.1 release, Linux users can install the AKASHA dapp also via snapcraft by running the command `snap install akasha`. Pretty cool, right? 😉

*** Please be aware that this is a beta pre-release and by no means a final product, rather the first step into a new odyssey of discovery. We expect AKASHA to evolve a lot in the first years and we see you, the Community, as the main source of this evolution.

Witnessing history in the making is cool. Writing the future yourself is even cooler 🙂

See you on AKASHA! \o/

Gratefully Yours,
The AKASHA Team

Please do not share yet publicly as we are still ironing out bugs!

PS: DO NOT SEND ETH to anyone claiming that AKASHA has an ICO or a pre-sale.

If/when an AKASHA “ICO” will be conducted we will announce it on all our official channels. If anyone claims that there is an ongoing AKASHA sale/private-sale/ICO but you can’t find anything about it on our official channels (TwitterDiscord, the AKASHA dapp, etc) you can safely assume that it is a SCAM.

Stay safe and thank you for being part of this project!

And This One Came today !!!
✨The AKASHA Web Version Is Here!✨
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Internets here we come!
We are super excited to announce that AKASHA is now accessible also from classic web browsers running the MetaMask and IPFS extensions!!! \o/
We just published a new post announcing this release, where you can also find instructions on how to get the latest version working on your computer and browser. This release also marks an important milestone because we are starting to close the gap between the (usually slow) user experience on decentralized services vs (usually faster) centralized ones.
The latest enhancements are even more noticeable in the desktop app but can be felt within the web app performance as well. That being said, we acknowledge that there is much left to do and we invite everyone to join us in pushing the boundaries even further in this odyssey of discovery!
Give it a try for yourself and let us know your thoughts!
Thank you for being part of this adventure!
Gratefully yours,
The AKASHA Team
PS: Join the r/ethereum discussion here!
So what is all the fuss about? Well , put simply there will not be and has not been much fuss,
theres an old adage; ” when you see a bandwagon
 it’s alwas to late to get on”. Well on this one, the Bandwagon has actually just gone on
Beta tesing it’s around the point that Ethereum was in late 2015 early 2016
It is exciting as it shows how the web 3 will work on top of thedistributed Block Chain.
Free at last Free at last free at last !

The Decentralized Social Network, Akasha, Launches Web3 Site

  April 18, 2018 5:59 pm0
What do you get if you mix Twitter, Medium, Reddit, Ethereum (or tokens/money), the Inter-Planetary File System (IPFS) and MetaMask?
Akasha, a project in development for two years and still very much in development, has reached a milestone in launching a web3 front-end, making the decentralized communal space more accessible to all.
Naturally, we had to try it. We’ve been keeping an eye on this since what feels like forever, so couldn’t possibly miss the opportunity of seeing how it has developed in the past two years.

I Downloaded it and Have it all working but this is the only way to Share what will be the Next Big Thing, this is because what is useable now is on a private test net, anyone can have ago but public links to the seam diven serve based web arenot possble from this test Net this is fordevelopment and debugging reasons not because it is not doable, It is.

Bigger than Facebook and Bigger than Amazon and no Centralised Censoring authoritarian meglomaniacal  Billionaire Arseholes to fuck it all up and tell Big Brother!

Welcome to the Brand New Shiny Web3 , Uncensorable and the key to Democracy, Free Speech and Honest Money.
Made this comment in the article linked to above.

 

I am very excited about this. I got into Ethereum a while back here’s my Original Post on that. This development is fantastic.
I have been doing some blogging on Steemit and also have started a Distributed web Video channel on WETUBE.
I have also experimented with ZeroNet.IO and OpenBazaar. IPFS came onto my Radar through Amanda B Johnson on The Daily Decrypt, before she went over to DASH full time.
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AKASHA Internet 3 The future in BETA Now!

Hugely Excited to have AKASHA installed on my UBUNTUMACPRO. I have been doing some blogging on Steemit and also have started a Distributed web Video channel on WETUBE. I have also experimented with ZeroNet.IO and OpenBazaar. IPFS came onto my Radar through Amanda B Johnson on The Daily Decrypt, before she went over to DASH full time.
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This is jaw droppingly brilliantly exciting and this people is the future. The free speech uncensorable distributed web now in BETA #AKASHA #IPFS #Ethereum https://blog.akasha.world/2018/04/18/akasha-web-mend-the-gap/ … Almost There

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I Downloaded it and Have it all working but this is the only way to Share what will be the Next Big Thing. Bigger than Facebook and Bigger than Amazon and no Centralised Censoring Billionaire Arseholes to fuck it all up and tell Big Brother!Welcome to the Brand New Shiny Web3 , Uncensorable and the key to Democracy, Free Speech and Honest Money.

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I Downloaded it and Have it all working but this is the only way to Share what will be the Next Big Thing. Bigger than Facebook and Bigger than Amazon and no Centralised Censoring Billionaire Arseholes to fuck it all up and tell Big Brother!

 

Welcome to the Brand New Shiny Web3 , Uncensorable and the key to Democracy, Free Speech and Honest Money.

Roger Lewis
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This is a race with a very wide field indeed and the sweepstakes potential is breathtaking. Ether is my Tip though and why I am writing this blog.
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Enter discount code for 3% Off ( o6OvP9 ).

This is what Genesis Mining have to say about Ether.

Ethereum – The World Computer!

Category / Altcoin / Bitcoin / Cloudmining Industry / Featured posts Published on 09.03.2016.
Price for Ether has skyrocketed in the last couple of weeks, bringing the total market cap to USD 800 mn. Ether is now the second largest cryptocurrency after Bitcoin and its market cap is bigger than all other alternative Cryptocurrencies combined. There is a lot of excitement about the new cryptocurrency and its possible applications!

What is Ether and why is everyone so excited about it?

440 dollars invested in Mining on that contract then had earned 50,000 dollars by Jan 2018 still over 20,000 dollars even with 550 dollar Ethereum.
AKasha is the realisation of the potential of Ethereum and Blockchain technology This Post will I am sure be similarly vindicated Within 5 Years Facebook and Amazon will be smoke like MySpace and Freinds re-united.

Just one word on Mining. I mine with my own machine now which I built specialy for the purpose, Genesis Mining served me very well 2 years ago and the contract did exceptionally well, I prefer to mine andsupport the network as a node Paticipation is partof the fun and stregnth of dstributed (de-centralised ) networks.
Building your own miner is by far the most profitable way to mine Ethash coins. Mining Contracts are great as the are easy, they are though up to twice the cost of building your own machine excluding the time for learning curve etc. From an investment perspectie Mining is an excellent way of Laddering into an investment and over the next 5 years with development of Distributed Web 3, an investment into mining for a portfolio of Coins should provide solid returns, Caveat Emptor and be aware that theMarket in the short term is both volatile and fraudulent, google Bitfinexxed for details.

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The Power of Smart Contracts on the Blockchain

androloandrolo Jamtland, SwedenMember Posts: 36 ✭✭

This project is part platform for decentralized organizations (based on the “DOUG model”), and part implementation of that platform. Here is a video showing the (almost) latest features: 

PLATFORM

The platform is based on an actions-manager that handles all code changes, i.e. changes to the contracts that makes up the organization. Actions are similar to Java runnables; they contain code, and indata, and the actions manager works as an executor (queuing them up, running them, etc.). On top of the actions manager are a few basic systems, such as contract management through DOUG (adding/removing contracts to/from the cluster), users and groups management, polls, and systems for messaging and fund-management.

DOUG

DOUG is basically just a name registry for contracts in this system, and does not require an explanation. DOUG contracts are Dennis McKinnons’ invention, and the latest versions includes more stuff, such as an access control layer (though I’m not sure if he has made an actual working contract yet). My DOUG is different, in that I’ve chosen to decouple everything but the name registry from the contract itself – and made it “actions compatible”.

THE REPUBLIC

The republic is an implementation of the platform, where certain groups are added, such as citizens, the court and the senate, and the organzation is run by granting people different permissions based on what group(s) they are in. A judge, for example, can rule on whether a person can become a citizen (or if they should have their citizenship revoked). A senator can distribute public funds (and appoint judges). Citizens can appoint senators etc. It is supposed to work like a democratic country, you could say. It is still new, and under construction.

CODE

This system (and most others like it) have two main components. One is the contracts that make up the DOUG cluster, which could be seen as the server code. This would be the difference between a Dapp and a normal webpage/app. The other part is the front end, which is essentially a webpage that communicates with the contract code through javascript. Both of these parts will be available for download, and will be open source. Actually, they are already stored in public github repos, but it is still early so the code is often being refactored, and is not very neat. I would not recommend working with the code at this point (June 8’th, 2014). I will add a link section and instructions for bootstrapping when I feel it has matured enough for people to start using it.

The contracts are written in LLL, but future organizations based on this platform (if any) would be concerned mostly with adding new actions and polls, and that should/will be possible to do using other languages too. Most actions are trivial. If you want to add a new action for adding users to the organization, you’d want to check the users contract if the name is already taken, and maybe a few other things, then register the new user. Those are all elementary operations, regardless of what language you write in. The code that makes the contract into a proper action is the same for most actions. Same thing for polls. There will be templates available.

CURRENT STATE

Everything works on private chains, as you can see in the video, but the public (or ‘dev’) chain is a bit unstable atm., so I have not managed to deploy the system yet. Actually I came part way, then added to little gas for one contracts and got perma-banned from the blockchain (even after rebuilding, clearing caches and changing my address). There has been blockchain issues all throughout PoC-5, so hopefully when all these great new LLL upgrades are done, and that scumbag that stole Gavin’s computer gives it back, and PoC-5 is being wrapped up, it will be possible to deploy.


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From Troy to Damascus: Seeing the Light. Bourgeois Resolution.

From Troy to Damascus: Seeing the Light

What a fantastic Piece and so very timely.

“Up and above keeps its head while green is the wheat;

It is capable of bowing only after ripe and ready to reap.”

“People, like wheat,” my father told me, “must reach maturity in order to understand, appreciate, and accept.  They must learn to see, to hear, and to behave.  Behave not like the green wheat, a poorly educated man or an impolite person, but like the ripe wheat.”

by Hugh O’Neill
One of the oldest cities in the world, Damascus was already 2,000 years old at the time of Homer’s Trojan War (1200 BC). In order to understand the present, we have to place it within the context of the past. However, there is a caveat that only the winners write history and so the challenge to historians is to read between (and behind) the lines. Historians must also deploy their judgement of the various human factors in the events recorded, by whom recorded and why; they must also be aware of their own biases which inevitably influence their vision i.e. what they choose to see or ignore.
War may be defined as the deployment of mass violence to acquire resources of the many to benefit the few. Homer would have us believe that many thousands of Greek heroes left their homes and families for ten years so…
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