Commit 9572499c authored by Edward Benet's avatar Edward Benet
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### Markdown Syntax
LibreWeb uses simple [Markdown syntax](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Markdown "External link") as the 'source-code' for your content, article, site or blog ... similar to static website generators like `Hugo` and `Jekyll`. LibreWeb Browser however, does ***not*** require conversion from Markdown to HTML.
LibreWeb uses simple [Markdown syntax](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Markdown "External link") as the 'source-code' for your content, article, site or blog ... similar to static website generators like `Hugo` and `Jekyll`. LibreWeb Browser however, does _not_ require conversion from Markdown to HTML.
LibreWeb Browser parses & renders Markdown documents directly, allowing end-users to view content without the need for HTML or JavaScript. This results in websites that are much cleaner and load faster.
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### Blockchain
LibreWeb explicitly does ***not*** use Blockchain nor is it based on cryptocurrency. It therefore avoids huge scalability issues and the unnecessary, negative impact upon the environment that's associated with these technologies. After all, neither is needed to create a fast, decentralized and uncensorable Internet.
LibreWeb explicitly does _not_ use Blockchain nor is it based on cryptocurrency. It therefore avoids huge scalability issues and the unnecessary, negative impact upon the environment that's associated with these technologies. After all, neither is needed to create a fast, decentralized and uncensorable Internet.
## IPFS
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[IPFS](https://docs.ipfs.io/concepts/ "External link"):
* **Supports a resilient Internet.** Imagine an [IPFS](https://docs.ipfs.io/concepts/ "External link") world in which Wikipedia's web servers suffer an attack or some other catastrophic failure. Users would still have access to the exact same webpages - served seamlessly from countless nodes elsewhere.
* **Makes it harder to censor content.** Because files on [IPFS](https://docs.ipfs.io/concepts/ "External link") can come from many places, it's much harder for governments, corporations or ***anyone*** to block content. [IPFS](https://docs.ipfs.io/concepts/ "External link") is designed to circumvent censorship and other attacks.
* **Makes it harder to censor content.** Because files on [IPFS](https://docs.ipfs.io/concepts/ "External link") can come from many places, it's much harder for governments, corporations or _anyone_ to block content. [IPFS](https://docs.ipfs.io/concepts/ "External link") is designed to circumvent censorship and other attacks.
* **Can speed up the web when you're far away or disconnected.** Retrieving a file from nearby instead of hundreds or thousands of miles away often means getting it faster. This is especially valuable to communities that are networked locally but don't have good connections to the wider Internet.
Learn more about [IPFS](https://docs.ipfs.io/concepts/ "External link") in the *IPFS Whitepaper* attached at the bottom of this page.
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