What is Historia?
Historia aims to be a consesus based historical record database. The Historia network features record storage via IPFS and consesus based voting of records to prevent falsehoods from entering in the historical record. The current version of Historia was built on Dash 12.2.3 and inherents advanced features from Dash such as: instant transaction confirmation, double spend protection, anonymity equal to that of physical cash, a self-governing, self-funding model driven by incentivized full nodes and a clear roadmap.
The links and documentation collected here can help you get started. You may also use the table of contents on the left to find a specific topic of interest. New users may be interested in getting started with an appropriate :ref:`wallet <wallets>`, or joining one of the many :ref:`Historia community sites <information>`.
The Historia Whitepaper describes the unique value proposition and key innovations in Historia from an academic and theoretical perspective.
The Historia Roadmap sets out delivery milestones for future releases of Historia and includes specific technical details describing how the development team plans to realise each challenge. Like the Whitepaper, it is versioned and maintained as a project on GitHub.