What is Mainframe (MFT)
Weaknesses in existing Internet protocols make it impossible to provide robust network security. Mainframe is an incentivized and fully decentralized communications layer that enables reliable, secure packet routing, packet delivery, packet holding, file storage and data services. Its security model not only provides encryption, but also resistance to censorship and surveillance.
Overwhelming success also introduced new challenges. Multiple third parties mediate users’ information, and often aren’t aligned with the users’ best interests. Government surveillance and malicious agents pose additional threats. Each takes advantage of the same decades-old architecture on which the entire Internet is built. This threatens privacy rights and the well-being of anyone working with valuable information. In the corporate world alone, recent headlines show security breaches cause stock markets to plummet, deals to fall through, and company secrets to leak. There is little hope of fully securing these holes using existing methods.
New tools are emerging to solve these problems more effectively. Mainframe is an unstoppable communications platform providing unparalleled security, including:
- Data privacy: Full end-to-end and group encryption
- Surveillance resistance: Node relationships can be hidden
- Censorship resistance: Hidden node relationships prevent communications jamming
Mainframe’s communications infrastructure is entirely decentralized and unhosted. A token economy incentivizes network performance, including:
- Incentivized packet routing
- Incentivized packet storage for later retrieval
- Incentivized file storage
- Incentivized data services
Mainframe provides unprecedented communications security without compromising convenience.
Blockchain Platform: Ethereum