HyperSpace Transaction Protocol

Web addresses designed for interactions with text, media, and the navigation of web pages are not a sufficient technological foundation with which to develop the next generation of spatial applications and web spaces for people and things to interact, transact with, and navigate between. It isn’t designed to integrate the disparate technologies of the Web 3.0 era—AR, VR, AI, IoT, and DLTs.

For this, we need to establish a new spatial protocol standard—one that communicates to and through each tier of the Web 3.0 stack. A spatial world needs a Spatial Protocol. It is the digital thread from which the Spatial Web is woven.

Address of a space

Users and Smart Assets can be transferred or relocated between Spatial Domains anywhere across the Spatial Web, using HSTP for “hyperporting” between web spaces by allowing “hyperspace” links to be placed in one webspace that links to any information about anything or to another webspace.

Routing users and content

The web is currently accessed by the protocol HTTP (Hyper-Text Transfer Protocol) to route users and content between web pages. Similarly, HSTP (HyperSpace Transaction Protocol) will route users and 3D content such as objects/assets between web spaces.

Foundational and Disruptive

The Spatial Protocol is not merely another disruptive technology but a foundational one, designed to serve as the digital infrastructure to support the next generation of Web 3.0 applications. Foundational technologies facilitate disruption across every industry.

A reflection of the physical world

Unlike our current Web—a network of informational web pages locked behind a screen—a Spatial Protocol weaves a web for the world we live and operate in, a network of experiential web spaces—the Spatial Web. With an address for every space and a protocol to connect these spaces, we can move objects from space to space securely, we can track movements through space, and we can automate transactions through space.

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