Boston, Massachusetts — Inkrypt is demonstrating the core functionality of its first product, nLIGHTn, a decentralized, censorship-resistant publishing platform, at Distributed Conference on July 19th, 2018 in San Francisco, CA. nLIGHTn is a DApp that combines a peer-to-peer, encrypted storage protocol with an anonymity overlay that ensures both front and back-end censorship-resistance for published content. Inkrypt will start rolling out nLIGHTn to its test demographic of freelance and citizen journalists in conflict-zones in Syria and Iraq and regions of Turkey and Pakistan, with the help of various global and regional freedom of information advocacy organizations.
“nLIGHTn will usher a new era of freelance and citizen journalism that will not only inform and empower citizens of censorship-prone geographies but also facilitate production of valuable content for global consumption”
“nLIGHTn will usher a new era of freelance and citizen journalism that will not only inform and empower citizens of censorship-prone geographies but also facilitate the production of valuable content for global consumption,” said Dr. Muhammad Ali Chaudhary, Inkrypt’s co-Founder and System Architect. “With over two-thirds of the world population living in regions with limited access to information, nLIGHTn will be a liberating force that protects the journalists, their content and the consumers of this content”, Farhan Javed, Co-Founder and the Business/Corporate Development lead for Inkrypt.
About nLIGHTn: nLIGHTn is a decentralized content publishing platform built upon distributed storage technology and anonymity protocols to ensure an open, more informed tomorrow.
About Inkrypt: Inkrypt is a decentralized digital media ecosystem that leverages blockchain technology and distributed computing to remove single points of failure in the content hosting infrastructure and ensure content authenticity, resilience, and censorship-resistance. Our mission is to restore the liberating effects of a free internet.