Designed for anonymous offline communication and data storage.
The Zentanetwork is designed to enable offline communication in the Zentameshnet.
The ecosystem contains all the necessary technologies to create and host scalable decentralized databases, distributed services and p2p decentralized communications.
Anyone can support the various networks.
Zentalk is an ultra-secure, hybrid, and encrypted decentralized peer-to-peer (P2P) messenger application without cloud storage.
Next to great usability, under the hood, users will find state-of-the-art encryption with AES-256, Diffie-Helman, RSA, and El-Gamal security.
Zentalk provides anonymity and offline communication using Zentanodes inclusive hashing function Blake2 and the Tor-network.
In the Zentameshnet, each Zentanode is connected to one or more than one node.
When a message is sent from Zentalk and the data is sent through the Zentameshnet, it passes from one Zentanode to the next until the message has reached the desired recipient.
These nodes have the unique ability to interconnect with each other in a distributed fashion.
Zentavault is a service that acts as an encryption delivery tool, which can securely distribute data on the InterPlanetary File System by using the Zentagateway.
This state of the art encryption and file sorting service utilizes the Zentachain ecosystem. Zentavault doesn't have a central storage facility or a backup database.
The nodes for enabling offline communication. The Zentalk messenger application can be used without an internet connection.
The node can be thought of as a node, a device, a data point in Zentameshnet. These nodes are also active network components such as cell phones, routers, switches, bridges, and gateways.
Katsumi is a network of the Zentachain project, it uses the same code as Zentachain. The purpose of the Katsumi project is to be a pure community-driven network.
Katsumi is the early phase of Zentanetwork to analyze the future of Zentachain.