RSS3 is destined to become the indexer for any cyber persona, and we are adding verification and indexing modules to the protocol. RSS3Hub (or later the RSS3 nodes) will be able to verify ownership of a given specific account, and then index the assets from verified accounts into the RSS3 files. And network does not only refer to decentralized networks but also existing centralized platforms as well.
RSS3 hosting is a peer-to-peer system serving the RSS3 protocol. Generally speaking, there are three parties in this system, node, user, and third-party applications. Typically, the user refers to the real humans behind the persona, who runs node clients on multiple platforms, including servers, laptops, mobile phones, or even embedded systems, which are all connected peer-to-peer. The core hosting part emphasizes most on giving users full control and access to their data and is supposed to be a general-purpose shared distributed system. Therefore, it is decoupled with the application layer, which gives users the freedom to switch apps and gives developers sufficient flexibility. Developers are free to build third-party applications with friendly front-end UI on top of distributed nodes, which can be mobile apps, desktop apps, browser extensions, or anything else.