Traditional Application

1. Introduction

Traditional Applications can run inside your Disposable Node (to take advantage of's capabilities like Fuzzy Blockchain, Dynamic Alias, Infinite Disk etc.) in 3 general ways:

  1. Attached Application
  2. Imported Application
  3. Integrated Application


1.1. Attached Application

Existing applications of yours running on your own devices can be attached to your Disposable Node in minutes through standard protocols over the IP network, without any new hardware or software needed.

Disposable Node supports numerous protocols. For example, use SMB to access Infinite Disk and use OpenVPN to access Campus Network.

Function Protocol
Storage smb, s3, webdav, sshfs, nextcloud mobile apps etc.
Network openvpn, tinc, dhcp etc.
API carddav, caldav,

If you have problems connecting with your Disposable Node from an external network is of poor quality or firewall blocking, try some network tricks.

1.2. Imported Application

Imported Applications will be protected and managed inside your Disposable Node. The application itself is left untouched, but the hardware it is running on is a special Compute Station designed for Citizen Ecosystem.

It involves running your application on Compute Stations inside a virtual machine (e.g. KVM) or a system container (e.g. LXD). This can be performed in minutes for almost any x86 or ARM applications. You have to manage the application yourself, but the Compute Station it run on will be managed by your Home Operator.

Virtual Machine

Virtual Machines emulating either x86-64 or ARM v8 are supported.

KVM is preferred but most hypervisors will work.

System Container

System Container with Linux kernel.

LXD is preferred but most that can provide a Linux kernel 5.4 or later inside them will work.

1.3. Integrated Application

Out of the 3 different ways that existing apps can work within your Disposable Node, Integrated Applications shares the MOST logic and data with Citizen Applications in your Disposable Node.

It involves running your application inside a Disposable Node in a predefined way within a preconfigured LXD container that has other applications. Your application is full managed like other applications inside Disposable Nodes.

If an application has already been integrated by someone else before, then you can just use it directly in your Disposable Node without integrating it yourself.

Attached Application Showcase

Millions of open sourced software can take advantage of improvement in reliability, privacy, scalability provided by Infinite Disk to deliver services at global scale.

The following are some open sourced software we have bundled into Infinite Disk or have tested with Infinite, with so many available, you are sure you will find many nice ones we are not aware of ... tell us about them!

Server based File Managers

Client based File Managers

Imported Application Showcase

The following are some applications that have been integrated into the demonstration Home Digital Hub at

Only the File Storage is created by default on all Home Digital Hubs. You need to specify which extra tradit module you want in yours.

Personal Insight

. Function Demonstration
1. File Storage
2. Smart Search
3. Avatar Generation
4. Media Album
5. Relationship Manager

Group Interaction

. Function Demonstration
1. Web Site
2. Online Chat
3. Online Meeting
4. Email Server
5. Video Broadcast
6. Discussion Forum

Artificial Intelligence

. Function Demonstration
1. Speech Recognition
2. Image Recognition
3. Video Recognition
4. Text Recognition