With three days remaining on its Indiegogo campaign, before the project slips into the “In Demand” phase of funding the development team based in Portugal. Who have created the Holo, an Internet shared P2P hosting solution are closing in on raising $500,000 in funding thanks to over 1,080 backers. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the Holo hardware and its feature set which hope to offer a peer-to-peer internet services hosted on mini-servers.
The Holo mini servers are available to purchase priced at $99 and shipping is expected to take place during May 2018. The company also offers training days and the HoloPort pictured above which is available to purchase for $449 again with an estimated delivery date of May 2018 if all goes well. The HoloPort is equipped with a 2.9 GHz Dual-core Quad-Thread, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD, USB 3.0 making it small, powerful and silent.
By hosting applications on the Holo systems users can earn cryptocurrency which is offered by the application’s creators and rewarded when you host an application, using the peer-to-peer connected technology. If you are interested in how the Internet acquires and uses your personal data and would like to keep your privacy little more secure, then the Holo range of P2P hosting solutions are definitely worth more investigation. For a list of all available pledges, full specifications on each Holo hardware system available and further videos jump over to the official Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign page by following the link below.
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