Codius

Where smart programs live.

Fair warning: Codius is in beta, expect dragons.

What is Codius?

Codius is an open hosting protocol. It makes it very easy to upload a program, whether you want it to run on one host or thousands.

It also has built-in billing. That means once a program is uploaded, anyone can pay to keep it running — the author, the users and even the program itself.


Peer-to-peer Hosting

There are many ways to host reliable services. But they all require constant maintenance, abandoned projects die.

Codius lets you turn your service into a peer-to-peer network. That means as long as there is one person out there using it, it'll keep running and it'll never be down.

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Decentralized Apps

It's great that we have decentralized currencies like Bitcoin. But right now you have to choose between centralized, user-friendly and decentralized, annoying wallets.

With Codius, you can get the best of both worlds.

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Smart Contracts

When two people transact, they could write the terms of their transactions into code, but neither of them might trust the other to run it.

Codius allows a third party to run it and attest to the integrity of the exact code it received.

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Features

 Incredibly fast

Codius runs at close to native speeds.

 Secure

State-of-the-art sandboxing means applications are isolated from the host and from each other.

 JavaScript

No need to learn custom programming languages. Codius supports the language of the web.

 Built-in payments

Codius applications can pay each other using a built-in micro-payments system.

 Here to stay

Codius is used by Ripple Labs for banking and enterprise integrations.

 Connected

Codius can talk to anything connected to the internet.