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Anyone knows of an easy to build-for, preferably Windows-based, existing, distributed programming application? I can add more adjectives if needed. The only distributed application I'm aware of is BOINC.
Check out Hiveware. It is both a distributed decentralized app builder and a platform. It's written in C++ and Windows based. Because web apps are inherently insecure, its apps are native code. It has no servers at all and is not blockchain based (that is, is not an Altcoin). Because it maintains state (unheard of on the internet), its digital objects become unique digital assets that can be bought and sold. Its smart contracts determine the digital behavior between ancestor and descendant only. No central authority or need for "consensus" or "stakes". It has infinite scale-ability because its database is not client/server. It is not ready for full distribution yet however.
Is it the best? We won't know until it becomes generally available and stands the test of time and a million people kicking it security, privacy and ownership claims.
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