hiveware for myfiles

The Hiveware for MyFiles app uses the Hiveware engine to let users drag and drop files and folders and view and use them on any device he or she owns. Although Hiveware normally operates with concepts and content, and not files and folders, users currently perceive file sharing as a needed capability.

The difference between MyFiles and other file sharing apps like Dropbox is MyFiles does not use servers or clouds in any way. Instead it uses the memory and storage already present in the userís various devices including Desktop, laptop and mobile devices to store the files and folder information.

MyFiles will be a free app awarded each new Hiveware signup. Free means no fiat currency is needed to obtain it. But as each user puts however many files he wants to under Hiveware for MyFiles control, a fraction of a HVW is generated and returned to the Hiveware for MyFiles owners. The Hiveware storage co-op ensures users never run out of space.

Another difference is there is never more than one virtual copy of one's file ever. This means that if you make a change to the contents of one of your files at work, then a change made to the same file at home will be made after that change at work. This mechanism is called ledgering which Bitcoin has made popular today (Aug 2018). The difference, of course, between blockchain ledgering and Hiveware for MyFiles ledgering is blockchain only has one virtual ledger per topic, while every file-or-folder in a Hiveware for MyFiles app is a ledgering activity which keeps track of one's files as they are added, deleted and changed while under Hiveware for MyFiles' control.

This LinkedIn article describes how Hiveware for MyFiles creates wealth for its owners: "It takes work to create and move a file".

Also, see section Hiveware for MyFiles in the white paper for a more detailed description.

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