StreamSpace is a content delivery and distribution world computer secured by smart contracts and powered by an incentivized distributed network. A key component of the platform is the StreamSpace popularity-driven distributed Content Delivery Network (dCDN), where nodes are compensated for storing and delivering content. For example, someone could monetize the extra computing power on their home PC by becoming a StreamSpace Curator and delivering encrypted content to consumers.
StreamSpace envisions a content distribution application built on top of this dCDN where smart contracts enforce transactions between creators and consumers, and a powerful recommendation engine ensures commercialization of popular content. StreamSpace's dCDN cuts costs and improves performance and security of media files online.
Performance and reliability at scale
Expands community through decentralized infrastructure
Enforce smart contracts
StreamSpace discusses the proof of concept behind its distributed Content Delivery Network