Penguin: Web 3.0 Player? Google Competitor Presearch Launches Decentralized Search Engine

Software, Sources (Info/Intel)

Google Competitor Presearch Launches Decentralized Search Engine

Presearch aims to end Google's search monopoly while providing privacy and rewarding users with crypto.

In brief

  • Presearch is a privacy-centric search engine that is going live.
  • Users are rewarded with PRE tokens.
  • The blockchain-based search engine is designed to protect user IP addresses, device info, browsers, and location data.

Penguin: Web 3.0 Foundations Prasaga & Quantum Generation?



We started our blockchain journey to solve the problems of data exchange between machines…and we learned something game changing along the way — how to take trade between humans to new heights of speed, ease, and security.

Quantum Generation

Quantum Generation (QG™)  transforming our global infrastructure in quantum communications, space based banking, exchange, data storage, and more with QSAT™ blockchain satellite constellation. QG™ providing 24/7 access with new sovereignty around the world under a decentralized blockchain platform that incentivized, secure, and private. You don't need 5G, 6G, 7G, 8G, etc.; you only need QG™ (Quantum Generation™), a transformative movement for the 21st century.

Penguin: Open Source E-Commerce – One Example

Money, Software

Open Source is critical for Aatmanirbhar Bharat: Saurav Pathak, Bagisto

Bagisto is a free opensource platform used to build an e-commerce store. In a time frame of just two years, the platform from India has got over 30k+ downloads, 3k+ Github Stars, built a community of 1500+ members and generated revenue of more than $300k. Saurav Pathak, Vice President, Product and Sales, Bagisto, shares with us, how his firm has succeeded in this market, and why open source development and adoption must be encouraged to reduce trade deficits.

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Stephen E. Arnold: Does Open Source Create Open Doors? PBI: Yes, But Proprietary Is Just as Open


Does Open Source Create Open Doors?

Here’s an interesting question I asked on a phone call on Sunday, December 20, 2020: “How many cyber security firms rely on open source software?”

Here’s another question, “How many of the whiz kids working in US government agencies communicate the exact process for selecting, vetting, and implementing open source components directly (via 18f type projects) or from vendors of proprietary cyber security software?”

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