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A library for creating distributed web and grid projects

Project description


Decentralized Internet


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The NPM library is a collection of the following repos made for the purpose of building decentralized web projects:

lotion | bitcoin-peg | clusterpost | gridbee-framework | Reinvent-the-Internet

IDEs Platforms Extensions
Atom Linux Jira
Intellij Chrome GitHub
Eclipse Android Swagger
VS Code Windows Mockable

Installation Methods

Install via NPM: npm i decentralized-internet
Install via DUB: dub add decentralized-internet
Install via YARN: yarn add decentralized-internet
Install via PIP: pip install decentralized-internet
Install via APM: apm install decentralized-internet
Install via GEM: gem install decentralized-internet
Ember Installation: ember install decentralized-internet
Install via Spack: ./spack install decentralized-internet
Install via VS Code: ext install Lonero.decentralized-internet
Install through Leiningen/Boot: [decentralized-internet "0.1.0"]
Install via SNAP: sudo snap install decentralized-internet --edge
Install via Docker: docker pull gamer456148/decentralized-internet
Use Clojure CLI/deps.edn: decentralized-internet {:mvn/version "0.1.0"}
Use Gradle:Compile 'decentralized-internet:decentralized-internet:0.1.0'
Use wget: sudo wget -O decentralized-internet.tar.gz ""

For Mac Users:


Sketch Plugin:
brew install wget
Export Components:

bit export decentralized-internet.lonero_decentralized-internet

Add via Maven
Arch Linux Installation Instructions:
git clone
cd snapd
makepkg -si
sudo systemctl enable --now snapd.socket
sudo ln -s /var/lib/snapd/snap /snap
sudo snap install decentralized-internet --edge
Install via Dart:

Add to your pubspec.yaml file:

  decentralized_internet: ^3.4.1

Run: pub get

Use this Module via Puppet:

Add this to your Puppetfile as a declaration:
mod 'gamer456148-decentralized_internet', '1.3.0'
Next run the command:
bolt puppetfile install
Instead of the above, you can also try adding:
mod 'gamer456148-decentralized_internet', '1.3.0'
This mod line is for those who use r10k or Code Manager
Learn more here

Cloud Deploy:

Deploy to Salesforce Deploy with ZEIT Now Deploy to Netlify Deploy Deploy Deploy to IBM Cloud Deploy Deploy to Azure amplifybutton
Codeship Status for Lonero-Team/Decentralized-Internet | Jira Guide | .travis.yml | Nanobox Guide | Deploying w/ FTP | Deploy w/ Octopus | Run on Digital Ocean | Deploy via Google Cloud | Deploying AWS CodeDeploy | Deploy via Alibaba Cloud | MicroBadger Layers | | StackShare | bit

Languages Frameworks
Rust Node.js
Javascript Ember.js

Current Todo List:

☐ Build Developer "DAPP Store"
☐ Deploy Live Peer Net Explorer
☐ Add "New" Stats Counter Criteria
🗹 Build Binaries w/ GUI Guide (Custom)


Check our

Research Pre-Prints IACR JODC1 JODC2 engRxiv

Regular Classical Processing:


Post-Classical Processing:


  • These are purely just mathematical "representations"
App to add GitHub metrics tracking to select repos here

Also special thanks to: The Lonero Dev Team

  • May need some updates in Seed Migration for some of the org repos | Website

Lotion Sample (State Machines):

  • From original Lotion repo (shown on installation page for demo purposes)
// app.js
let lotion = require('lotion')
let app = lotion({
	initialState: {
		count: 0
function transactionHandler(state, transaction) {
	if (state.count === transaction.nonce) {
let connect = require('lotion-connect')
app.start().then(appInfo => console.log(appInfo.GCI))

ccxml Device Connection Sample Code:

  • xml taken from TI's IDE in device config for driver
<connection XML_version="1.2" id="TI MSP430 USB1">

Papers worth checking out: Lonero Whitepaper (Original) | CrowdCoin Scientific Whitepaper
This project is being mantained by the folks here
Read our Hackernoon blog posts here


Q. Why a Decentralized Internet?
A. We are taking back technology in the hands of the people
Q. What other benefits does this provide?
A. An overarching mission to replace telecom towers and outdated grids
Q. What makes this different from other Decentralized Web projects?
A. Our outermost support for distributed computing, and a focus on an offline-first network
Q. Why do you use alot of open source or previous libraries?
A. We wanted to expand upon them to start building our core tech right away.

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Test w/


Play w/ Dependency via scrimba:


Command Line Interface Coming Soon:


$ npm install -g lonero-cli
$ lonero-cli COMMAND
running command...
$ lonero-cli (-v|--version|version)
lonero-cli/0.0.4 linux-x64 node-v12.4.0
$ lonero-cli --help [COMMAND]
  $ lonero-cli COMMAND

This project was created in order to support a new internet. One that is more open, free, and censorship-resistant in comparison to the old internet. An internet that eventually wouldn't need to rely on telecom towers, an outdated grid, or all these other "old school" forms of tech. We believe P2P compatibility is an important part of the future of the net. Grid Computing also plays a role in having a better means of transferring information in a speedy, more cost-efficient and reliable manner.

For citing our software:

Kamal, A. M. decentralized-internet. npm (2020). Available at: (Accessed: 2nd March 2020)

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