Over the past year or so we’ve dug deep into the Internet Networks, learning the very origins of it and understanding it on a protocol level.
We’re lucky to have had William B. Norton devote his time and effort to work on these pieces. Previously, Bill authored the book “The Internet Peering Playbook” as well as wrote 13 other papers on Internet business and Peering.
Needless to say, we’re thrilled about the result we got in the end.
Today we’re releasing the first versions of the Programmable Internet Whitepaper and the NOIA Tokenomics Whitepaper.
Programmable Internet Whitepaper
In this paper co-authored by our aforementioned co-founder William B. Norton, we provide you with a model that demonstrates how Segment Routing (SR) and Distributed Ledger Technology enables us to create an Internet sharing economy with an alternative internet routing system called “Programmable Internet”.
Read it here: Programmable Internet Whitepaper
NOIA Tokenomics Whitepaper
This paper shows how an incentive-based token economy can be used to run a self-sustained network using the Decentralized Internet Transit Exchange. It models token utility and velocity to show how the token price equilibrium can be reached. And describes the way it is linked to the overall usage of the network.
Read it here: NOIA Tokenomics Whitepaper
We highly recommend you find some time to read these documents as it provides the most detailed description of what NOIA Network is currently building.
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