INFRASTRUCTURE Currently Citizen Synergy resource modules can be divided into 3 types: petty reward Whether it is reporting a pothole on the road, answering a question on a forum, donating blood, open sourcing a piece of software etc. ... they are all contributions that should be rewarded. sovereign transaction Sovereign Transaction delivers Homomorphic Encryption at scale, enabling massive amount of sensitive data (e.g. daily movements of whole population) to be processed securely. CLUSTER Demonstration of Private Cyberspace in action. compute station Compute Stations owned by different people are designed to operate together as a team to provide large scale backend computing to the Personal Consoles frontend interface running on their mobile phones. jeiheaxi2iu4phea RELIABILITY Fuzzy Block uses blockchain technologies for production instead of speculation, replacing wasteful mining with productive processing. It is made up of citizen owned computing devices (like mobile phones and home computers) and is the ONLY truly distributed public blockchain in the world. entity agent Entity Agent substantially improves the security (with modular assist) and quality (with partition ai) of technical support over traditional support services. disposable node Disposable Node lets you AGGREGATE latent resources worldwide (unused disk spaces, stray wifi signals, idle night bandwidth, bored retiree labour etc.). Mix and match resources as nodes EASILY (like assembling toy bricks) without technical knowledge and deploy them rapidly with just ONE COMMAND. quuvoo4ohcequuox What will the economy look like if there is Compute Equity ? oztralia.com OZtralia (oztralia.com) is a Private Cyberspace Infrastructure Builder in Australia, we supply components for you to build out your own Private Cyberspace as well as provide assembly services to those who do not want to get their hands dirty. area mesh Using the revolutionary Compute Module design framework, Area Mesh removes the skill and cost barriers to the building and operating of Community Networks by dividing the network up into fixed size cells.