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PLANET EARTH has forever been LUCIDLY based on...

THE SYNERGETIC POTENTIAL of the very development
of WEB 3.0, ever since Tim Berners Lee and his T.E.A.M. first established the...

HyperText Transmission Protocol [http]
as the basis of the original World Wide Web between
1989-1991 and HTTP has seen many changes, keeping most of the simplicity and further shaping its flexibility.

As currently considered, the WEB 3.0 promise is missing somethingnamely, the logical next step toward a better internet. This logical next step has now been provided by Sir Tim Berners-Lee the originator of the web himself.

Blockchain is an impressive technology that can be highly useful in specific contexts. But it does not provide the end-to-end capabilities needed to serve as the foundation for the next evolutionary phase of the web. Achieving the full promise of Web 3.0 will require Solid technologies and standards that enable interoperability and fine-grained access control within a distributed and compliant system. These capabilities serve to engender trust as people gain visibility, transparency, and consent over their data.


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Comment by Michael Grove on February 15, 2023 at 18:21

The US Securities and Exchange Commission is on   the warpath—and crypto is in its crosshairs. Over the weekend, The Wall Street Journal reported that the agency intends to sue crypto firm Paxos for issuing BUSD, a stablecoin developed in partnership with the world’s largest crypto exchange, Binance.

Comment by Michael Grove on March 16, 2023 at 10:42

[IN] the very context of crypto currencies, and BLOCK-CHAINS, & the movement to establish
WEB3.0 on a network of BLOCK-CHAINS, I can
only rejoice in the fact that the original WWW was established around HTTP/S as a direct result of APPLE & NEXT providing Tim Berners Lee with the IDEAL toolkit, and that his latest INRUPT development of a SOLID based solution for WEB 3.0 can [NOW] be regarded in the context of addressing
how Solid Pods May End Up Becoming the Building Blocks of the Metaverse.

Comment by Michael Grove on March 30, 2023 at 10:46

Today March 28, 2023 we announce the general availability of the version 2.1 release of Inrupt’s Enterprise Solid Server (ESS). 

Solid is currently powering mission-critical 

deployments and new applications around the world. To support this adoption, v2.1 of the Enterprise Solid Server includes significant improvements to its robust scaling, availability, and performance capabilities. Additionally, v2.1 represents an exciting milestone for Inrupt and Solid’s developer community. The release includes Beta support for Java client libraries, an expansion of our free developer tier in Asia Pacific, and a new Solid Developer training program specifically for large organizations.  

To support Solid's mission-critical deployments around the world, v2.1 includes improvements to ESS's robust scaling, availability, and performance capabilities. Additionally, v2.1 enhances Inrupt and Solid's developer community, including:

  • Solid client libraries for Java
  • An expansion of our free developer tier in Asia Pacific
  • A new Solid Developer training workshop for large organizations


As a part of our commitment to helping developers create their best work, Inrupt is proud to announce a Solid Hackathon from April 10–28. If you’re interested in building new Solid experiences for your users, kickstart your new app idea and learn from a great community of developers. Register today!

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