uPlexa Decentralized Application Protocol (UDAP) is the protocol in which the uPlexa privacy network uses in order to offer UNApps (Utility Node Apps) to provide underlying infrastructure to privacy based blockchain applications.
Why UDAP? UDAP is being developed to incentivize developers to create privacy based applications without needing to maintain nor have pre-existing capital to start their ventures. With UNApps based off of UDAP, both users and developers may remain anonymous whilst using and/or developing the most secure and private applications on the internet.
The UDAP will be available November 1st, 2019 on the uPlexa Network. The UDAP is a part of the Steadfast Storm release on the uPlexa network, in which will utilize "Utility Nodes" to help power the infrastructure of UNApps on the UDAP. You may read more about UDAP, Steadfast Storm, UNApps, and Utility nodes here.
UDAP will function much like the existing "hidden services" within the peer-to-peer privacy application, "tor", UDAP will utilize the onion routing protocol mixed with uPlexa Utility Nodes to help users and developers remain completely anonymous. The UNApps will provide users with a higher-degree of anonymity than can be acheived when accessing external hosted content.