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What is Sonr?
The Web3 Data Delivery Protocol - Last Updated 11/30/2021
Imagine a world where you can sign up and get this drivers license for the internet. this drivers license is encrypted on a blockchain where it contains your record book for all your devices and all your data.
Nobody else can see it and only you can with your drivers license. Every time you want to use a new app itโ€™ll ask you every time to access your information. Rather than sign in with google, or sign in with facebook, it would say sign in with @ChrisDixon, or sign in with @TomBrady.
What if I told you this drivers license can also reach any other drivers license on earth directly and in real-time. That would mean you could send files, money, messages, contracts, and basically everything digital between anyone without using Cloud Storage, which are prone to hacks.
Now youโ€™re probably thinking that sounds incredible but probably years before anything like that happens. Well iโ€™m pleased to say, youโ€™re wrong ๐Ÿš€๐Ÿฌ

Introduction

Sonr is a data delivery protocol that integrates Identification, Discovery, Delivery, and Transmission for a seamless Web3 experience.
With Sonr, you can easily share any type of data across the world with the ease of use of Airdrop. When you install the Sonr wallet or Sonr enabled DApp, the device becomes a peer on the Network. It can talk to other peers, and call functions on them - kind of like Serverless Functions.
Description of fundamental improvements
Prior to interacting with the network, you register your verified .snr subdomain. From your SName (i.e. jony.snr) you become accessible by other Peers on the Sonr Network. This is the central point of access from where you can receive files, money, or any arbitrary data - and also showcase your content with DApps.
For Example, let's say there is an Instagram type DApp on Sonr called 'DGram'. To access the user's page you would access example.snr/dgram - where everything is resolved automatically.
See DApps for more details.

Fundamentals

The basics on how the Sonr Network operates.

How do peers communicate?

How does data get sent between peers?

What Apps/Wallets exist or can exist from Sonr?

FYI: Our knowledge base is in active development, some pages may be still a work in progress.

Technical Details

For more in-depth documentation of the Protocol's components:

How do the nodes work?

What is the Sonr Blockchain?

How do the .snr subdomains work?

How it's Going

โ€œIn almost every computation a great variety of arrangements for the succession of the processes is possible, and various considerations must influence the selections amongst them for the purposes of a calculating engine.โ€
-- Ada Lovelace
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