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From Twitter: A public beta expected mid-May 2020

To build the P2P Web
Building the Next-Gen P2P Web
Building the next-gen peer-to-peer Web

Homepage: Beaker Browser

Beaker is an experimental browser for exploring and building the peer-to-peer Web.
Beaker also supports a peer-to-peer protocol called Dat, which means you can browse dat:// websites like dat://

dat:// websites work just like any other webpage. They’re a collection of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript files that come together to form a webpage. Just like with http:// websites, you can click links, download images, and use developer tools to interact with the page.

How Beaker works - Take Tour
  1. Beaker adds support for a peer-to-peer protocol called Dat. It's the Web you know and love, but instead of HTTP, websites and files are transported with Dat.
  2. Deploy a website from your computer — no server required! Visitors connect directly to each other, sharing your site's files and helping keep it online.
  3. Files are transported with the peer-to-peer network instead of being locked away on a server, so you can explore all the files that make up a website or app.
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