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Textile Threads v0.2: Progress report for March 2020


Summary We’ve been hard at work developing the Threads database and networking protocol. If you aren’t familiar with Threads, please take a look at our whitepaper release post from December [https://blog.textile.io/introducing-textiles-threads-protocol/]. TLDR; Threads are databases that run on IPFS with built-in support for decentralized applications, meaning multi-user, standardized encryption, and multi-protocol data exchange. Today, we wanted to give an update on our progress in developing T

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