=nil; Protocol was established in October of 2016 to fulfill the need in development team for the fork of social-purposed database replication protocol Steem. In April 2017 the team was named Golos·Core. In October of 2019 the team was evolved into CyberWay development team, in April of 2020 the team was merged into =nil; Foundation.
Since the foundation time the team come through several reforms, stabilized its current state in April 2018, developed Golos, developed CyberWay, moved Golos to CyberWay, developed Commun. Now the team is working on authenticated transaction log databases permissions delegation protocol, popular replication protocol's adaptors to =nil; DBMS, protocol stabilizer, provably defeating DPI and many other things.
Authenticated transaction log permissions delegation protocol allows to seemlessly transfer data from database to database using local storage consistency conditions imperative logic.
Social-oriented database replication protocol "Commun" is a successor of Golos and Steem protocols providing advanced content grouping capabilities along with social communities financial incentivization features.
Communication protocol stabilizer based on neural network-powered communication protocol flow and serialization format generation turned out to be quite effective in defeating DPI.
Social-oriented database replication protocol "Golos" was a first licensed Steem fork made back in October 2016. The idea was to make user-created content valuable and liquid. Replication protocol has evolved to a project with more than 100k active users and ~$70m market capitalization. In April 2018 it was announced this replication protocol was voted to move ontop of CyberWay replication protocol as an embeddable set of application logic.
Replication protocol intended to execute complex imperative transaction commitment rules using own modification of EOS' bandwidth distribution curve.