Interpeer is the new censorship free, peer-to-peer world-wide-web that supports web2.0, also a market place for massively parallel processing tasks and redundant data storage.
in essence Interpeer does for the world-wide-web what bitTorrent does for file-sharing; each interpeer-site is hosted by other peers, which makes it very difficult to destroy, also authors can upload sites anonymously.
But unlike bitTorrent, the site is not static data; so to continue the analogy, it would be equivalent of uploading wikipedia.org onto bitTorrent, and users still being able view and edit pages using their web browser without any knowledge of Interpeer.
- almost indestructible hosting.
- supports web2.0 (dynamic user modifiable content).
- seamless transition from the current world-wide-web.
- massively distributed parallel computing.
- peer consensus can stop updates.
Please read the white-paper completely and then open discussions to criticise. As peer review is vital.