This section contains basic information that you will need for your journey into the world of cyber. This guide will be your foundation for knowledge from the different aspects of the Cyber ecosphere. Strap in, it's going to be a wild ride.Release version
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Cosmonauts need to undergo an intensive training regime to reach the stars. In this section, you will be presented with some basic terminology that will give you a deeper understanding regarding the Cyber eco-sphere. Some basics will include the history of Cyber, how it works, how to interact with it and the core Cyber philosophy.Technical questions in plain terms
Click on the below questions to expand the answer:What are distributed technologies? Distributed technologies are technologies that do not have a central source of power in terms of computing and storage. In regards to blockchains (distributed data ledgers), it is primarily referring to databases that are shared across multiple indep...