Holo is distributed hosting, owned and run by users.
Powered by Holochain, Holo facilitates businesses and communities building the next Internet paradigm, free from centralized control.
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“Holochain is talking Mozilla’s language.”
Jim Cook, Former Mozilla Chief Financial Officer / Co-Founder of Netflix
“The ICO that will be remembered as the gateway to a better internet.”Tom LaForge, Former Global Director of Human and Cultural Insights at Coca-Cola
“We strongly believe in all things Holo. It’s very aligned to everything we want to do.”Duleesha Kulasooriya, Head of Strategy and Research, Deloitte, Center for the Edge
How It Works
Frequently Asked Questions
Holochain is a new technology for distributed computing. Holo makes it possible for this technology to be used by mainstream internet users and spread faster.
Holochain is a platform infrastructure technology for distributed peer-to-peer applications, and Holo is the first application to be built on top of it. The purpose of Holo is to act as a bridge between the budding community of distributed Holochain apps, and the current centralized web. By creating an ecosystem and currency that enable distributed hosting services provided by peers, Holo brings access to distributed applications to the familiar web browser. The long-term goal is for Holo to run itself out of business by expanding the community built on and around Holochain apps until the majority of people switch over to using Holochain directly. But adoption of a new technology as fundamental as Holochain won’t happen overnight, so Holo is here ease that transition.
Powered by Holochain
Holochain is a new open source framework for truly peer-to-peer applications. Not only is Holo a Holochain app, Holo supports and extends other Holochain apps.
Relative to Blockchain, Holochain apps are:
- Massively scalable
- Exponentially faster
- Far more energy efficient
- 10,000x cheaper