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NGI 1: IPv4 is Killing Progress

IPv4 is no longer possible without NAT, which holds back the development of the Internet. In short, IPv4 has served its time and should be forcefully replaced by IPv6 in the coming 5-6 years.

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IdentityHub: Built with Blocks

The IdentityHub is a rather complex composition of processes. How are we going to design it with practical software? How are we going to help you run your own components? Here's what we have in mind.

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Identity 9: Phone Numbers are User Identities

Although the InternetWide Architecture is building structures to support advanced modern-day users now and in the far future, the properties of personal control over online identity can start really modest, with a simple phone number.

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Identity 8: 1+1=2 Authorisation Mechanisms

While we are tightening our infrastructure, we may also consider letting guests into our setup. As you might expect, we intend to do this in the tightest possible manner.

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Identity 7: Welcoming Guests

While we are tightening our infrastructure, we may also consider letting guests into our setup. As you might expect, we intend to do this in the tightest possible manner.

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