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Handshake Goes Live With an Uncensorable Internet Browser

From an article by Daniel Kuhn in the CoinDesk web site:

Handshake set out to disrupt the World Wide Web of internet names. Now it’s looking to reinvent browsing.

Today, as the Handshake Network records its 1 millionth transaction, HandyBrowser will go live. It’s a dedicated way to access the uncensorable internet ecosystem made possible through the distributed Handshake Network, as well as anything else you would normally search for.

“This is a pivotal moment for Handshake, much like the advent of Web3 tech in general,” Steven McKie, HandyBrowser’s technical manager and CEO of Amentum, said in a phone call. After building the peer-to-peer Handshake network as a labor of love with two partners, lead developer Alex Smith and quality-assurance specialist Thomas Costanzo, McKie hopes to entice peers, developers and investors.

You can read the full article at https://www.coindesk.com/handshake-goes-live-with-an-uncensorable-internet-browser.

Categories: Online Privacy & Security

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