What Is Deeper Network (DPR)?
This Deeper Network presents the use cases, technical framework, and implementation details of Deeper Network, a Polkadot project which consists of the Deeper Connect line of devices, and the Deeper Network ecosystem. Deeper Connect is a blockchain powered all-in-one solution that provides true internet freedom with enhanced security and a friction less user experience. Deeper Connect devices enable a secure and private
peer-to-peer network connection.
Users of Deeper Connect will constitute a truly decentralized consensus network based on Deeper’s unique Proof of Credit (PoCr) consensus mechanism. Deeper Connect is the first of its kind, combining cyber security technology with blockchain technology driven by an online sharing economy. Deeper Connect seamlessly segues users into the Deeper Network ecosystem powered by the Deeper, a truly decentralized smart contract platform running on the Proof of Credit (PoCr) consensus mechanism.
The Deeper Chain is characterized by its high security, high efficiency, and low energy consumption. Deeper Connect nodes can automatically
participate in Deeper Chain mining. The Deeper Chain enables many foundational web services to be developed on the Deeper Network e.g. dDNS, dCDN etc. paving the way for a Web 3.0 revolution.
Deeper Network Storage Key Points
|Coin Name||Deeper Network|
|Circulating Supply||1.25B DPR|
|Source Code||Click Here To View Source Code|
|Explorers||Click Here To View Explorers|
|Twitter Page||Click Here To Visit Twitter Group|
|Whitepaper||Click Here To View|
|Official Project Website||Click Here To Visit Project Website|
Plight of the Web 2.0 Era
Information replication began when Bi Sheng invented the first movable type using materials of porcelain. 100 years later, Johannes Gutenberg created the movable-type printing press in Europe. Nowadays, 1,000 years since Bi Sheng’s invention, the internet is the most evolved technology to share and store information as it represents an incredible acceleration in information flow, giving easily accessible information to billions of people.
Just like the printing press did back then, the Internet has revolutionized the diffusion of knowledge, this not being any longer the exclusive property of elites. The rapid development of internet technology has led to this critical inflection point in history the world Deeper Network live in is profoundly being changed by data. With the rise of the Web 2.0 era, data has become more personal, as entire digital identities are built on the internet.
The spread of network viruses is an endless threat and causes serious economic damage . In 2017, 1.65 million computers were hijacked by network viruses and forced to engage in digital currency mining . With the development of the Internet of Things (IoT), the scope of malicious interference increased by leaps and bounds.
IoT viruses can hijack personal computers, cameras, smart appliances, smart door locks, routers, and other Internet reachable devices. Starting with the Mirai virus  in June 2018, more than 600,000 networked devices have been hacked .
Information Suppression and Internet Censorship
The GME stock incident is a censorship perfect recent example, as trading platforms like Robin hood and E-market suspended all trading for the involved stocks. Even gamer-friendly platform Discord, shut down a chat group named after the WSB group in order to thwart any further coordination of this trading group. According to Freedom on the Net Global internet freedom has declined for the 10th consecutive year, as 26 countries’ scores declined during the 2019-2020 period coverage.
Deeper Network The United States score dropped for the fourth consecutive year. Even though Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms were used as tools for social activism, surveillance of social media by federal and local enforcement agencies negated these tools effectiveness, some individuals experienced targeted harassment or were imputed spurious criminal charges for their posts or retweets.
Internet Trust Crisis
Deeper Network Since Internet service providers and other big fish online are able to monitor, store and sell users data, it is a given that the Internet lacks data privacy. Not to mention the fact that they can of course also profile you and share that data with government agencies. The extent of this surveillance is deep and extremely intrusive. From January 2005 to May 2008, there were more than 200 million suspected cases of personal sensitive records being breached .
As a consequence, medical institutions lost $6.2 billion dollars in 2014 and 2015 . Deeper Network In 2018, the Facebook and Cambridge data breaches  once again attracted global attention to the threat of data leakage. In fact, data breach cases are common all over the world . These panic-inducing data breaches are caused by the highly centralized nature of the Internet and the side effects of information trading .