Radicle (RAD) is an open-source protocol enabling developers to collaborate in a peer-to-peer and decentralized manner. Similar to centralized code collaboration platforms like GitHub and GitLab, developers can collaborate to code and build DApps on it. That happens through Radicle’s peer-to-peer replication protocol called Radicle Link.
Radicle Link retains the efficiency of Git while offering global decentralized data repository storage through its peer-to-peer networking layer. Users can spread data through “gossip,” meaning they retain redundant copies on their computers and share local data with the network. Furthermore, users can fund and manage software projects started by others. This pick-and-match type of collaboration, where users host their own content, and content they find interesting, is what Radicle calls “bazaar-style” collaboration.
The Beta Release of Radicle was in November 2020 and supported MacOS and Linux. In February 2021, Radicle released an Ethereum integration that introduced the smart contract system, the token, and protocol governance through the Radicle DAO.
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