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“In the case of Capsule, each content creator has their own website — has their own address, like Capsule.Greenwald.com — and then people go there and their first discovery of the mesh is through people that they’re interested in hearing from.”

techcrunch.com/2021/01/18/cryptocat-author-gets-insanely-fast-backing-to-build-p2p-tech-for-social-media

I had to think about this for a bit, but I think I like this idea as an extension of the current IndieWeb ecosystem. Most people don't want to pay for a domain name or hosting, so I wonder whether Capsule can find a way to enable both groups to interact successfully.

The question for me is, will non-paying servers be able to operate as first class citizens in the federation, with a trusted identity? Will be interesting to watch development.
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