Decentralized servers

Decentralized servers transfer decision-making from central entities to distributed networks. Decentralized servers work with any network functioning separately making decisions. These networks also distribute processing power and workload functions among connected servers. Decentralized servers make it possible for organizations to utilize edge computing and deploy multiple internet-of-things devices. Scaling a network using pooled resources, decentralized servers have an advantage in terms of reliability and scalability with each node working independently but contribute into the computing resources. Meaning no single point of failure or vulnerability. The rest of the network will not be compromised and will still be operational. Decentralized networks use protocols across devices called nodes. G999 takes advantage of decentralized servers with a massive infrastructure of 4000 Masternodes.
These independent decentralized servers hold and process data without a central authority. Decentralized servers not only serve the blockchain but are able to serve many purposes using its scalability. The G999 communication application uses decentralized servers to store and transmit messages making them private.