Today's Update

Holo infrastructure tests on global, distributed network

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Holo has successfully moved all of its infrastructure testing to a fully distributed network formed by HoloPorts that joined the HoloPort Alpha Program. Across 50 countries, close to 800 HoloPorts provide the alpha testing environments that will support the Holo hosting platform as we move towards Beta. This unique setup allows development and test teams working on Holo and Holochain to have a precise experience of how their code and integrations will play in the wild. Soon, developers of third party Holochain applications will also be able to run their projects on Holo both in test and showcase modes.

New registrations for the HoloPort Alpha Program are now closed, but this could potentially open again as we progress in the roadmap and need additional testing resources. Stay tuned on the Holo Forum.

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Holo is a distributed cloud hosting marketplace for peer-to-peer apps built on Holochain. We're helping to build a better Web.

Holo is to cloud hosting what Airbnb was to hotels—anyone can become a host by turning their computer into a source of revenue, getting paid in HoloFuel for hosting peer-to-peer applications to the legacy web. By hosting P2P apps, you support a web that empowers your peers and communities.

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