We use modern cryptographic protocols and defense in depth to help ensure that information is not disclosed to unauthorized entities and not modified in an unauthorized or accidental manner.
Our privacy-enhancing techniques (such as device communities) help to prevent attackers from learning information about device interactions.
On Filament networks, devices are first-class citizens and can interact and exchange value without the involvement of a server or a connection to the cloud.
Remote locations and private networks are straightforward with Filament technologies. Plus security and resilience are improved when devices do not require a server in order to communicate.
Value can be exchanged between devices in the form of data, network access, currencies such as Bitcoin, compute cycles, contracts for ongoing service, trusted introductions to other devices, and more.
Telehash is a technology for communication between trusted endpoints over any underlying data transport system, such as Internet connections or radio links, using advanced encryption and public key cryptography techniques to ensure the privacy and security of all data.
TMesh is a method for self-forming mesh networks over radio links; it provides encoding of communications data into radio parameters, shared management of available spectrum among any number of devices, and establishment of networking relationships among those devices.
Blockname is a technique for decentralized resolution of endpoint addresses in electronic communication using the Bitcoin blockchain and public notaries to verify the authenticity of name/address bindings.
Blocklet is an electronic accounting system that builds upon the blockchain to provide autonomous, decentralized equivalents of traditional methods for commercial transactions, including contracts, agreements, receipts, and escrow arrangements.