Project • POC application



A peer-to-peer router and design system enabling decentralized internet access. Powered by the IOTA cryptocurrency.

  • mesh networks
  • flash
  • mam
  • iot
  • fog computing



Instead of relying on Internet Service Providers, data on the Fognet is transferred directly from peer-to-peer. Fognet distributes the costs of running a network among all participants — incentivizing people to participate and increasing availability for all. The Fognet router works together with phones and laptops in the area to distribute data with little or no internet access. When a primary node has access to the internet, it can share its connection with others. With no internet connection, devices can share cached and local data.


The IOTA distributed ledger can be used to publish secure streams of data, and and control who has permission to subscribe to these streams. Along with IOTA micro-transactions and encryption, this will enable a new era of peer-to-peer business models. IOTA tokens will be used on the FogNet to stabilize network traffic, monetize creative content, and sell valuable data without any intermediary.


Fognet routers automatically self-organize into resilient ad-hoc mesh networks. Routers can join or leave the mesh at any time, and messages are routed directly to their recipients using a stateless pub/sub model. Fognet mesh networks do not rely on any central routing tables, thus have no single point of failure. 


The Fognet operating system will allow anyone to build a website and serve it to the network. Fognet sites will be distributed as small configuration objects rather than full code files, reducing load time. We are creating a component-based design framework to enable fast development on the Fognet stack.

Evan Feenstra
over 3 years ago

Update #3 -

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Evan Feenstra
almost 4 years ago

Update #2 - Scenarios:

Evan Feenstra
about 4 years ago

Development Update #1: