welcome to hiveware®, a distributed app blockchain alternative
Hiveware (US Patent No. 7,124,362) is both a (crypto, distributed-app, decentralized) platform (non-blockchain) and a currency. Hiveware applications are created with state-of-the-art security, ownership and privacy. Each Hiveware app produces goods and services (“wares”) for its owners measured in a common unit of account whose token symbol is HVW. Hiveware apps enable internet creators to produce and control completely secure digital assets for commerce.
End users, developers and especially entrepreneurs are welcome to review the Hiveware technology. Take a look at the IT for professionalstab for in-depth descriptions of the technology. For a look at the company's objectives and vision statement, see about Hiveware Inc.
Content organization today is haphazardly and implicitly based on the archaic file and folder computer artifacts created in the 1950s when today it should be overlaid with a network of concepts based on social interaction based on a particular topic area. To date, natural language is the only real capability homo sapiens has for establishing communicative social interaction and to date, ISO 8879 SGML (not XML) is the only international standard that makes the connection between natural language and the computer tractable.
The Hiveware technology implements a general tool for facilitating human cooperation. Although collaborative technologies are fairly well developed today, generalized cooperative implementations are non-existent. Ushering in this era will be an overhaul of the IPv4 Internet Protocol with an upgrade to IPv6. IPv6 eliminates the need to share IP addresses via NAT (i.e., having a single IPv4 address per computer). NAT is an example of security "theater" and has hindered users in pushing their content and context directly to their own observers of choice.
Here is a picture of what the interconnected world would look like if Hiveware's push technology reigned instead of today's corp-centric client-server technology (eg, cloud). Thinking humans would man each one of these nodes. Now imagine doing an internet search in such a rich context (Google only does metric searches, not context searches):