Decentralized WordPress Hosting Platform Launched by Flux


A decentralized WordPress closed beta has been launched by Flux, a pioneer in creating decentralized infrastructure to fuel Web3 development. With the introduction of the decentralized Flux architecture, the web has undergone a transformation, according to Flux. With the help of this new platform, WordPress websites may now be operated on a sizable, decentralized cloud infrastructure. It would offer the well-known content management system “new levels of performance and scalability.” 

For those who don’t know, WordPress is a remarkably adaptable and user-friendly platform that would underpin more than 43 percent of all websites on the global Internet. It has become into a vital tool for companies, developers, and people alike due to its simplicity of use and flexibility via plugins.

But why use Flux to power a WordPress website? According to the Flux itself, the company offers the highest performance and scalability. Flux’s nodes would be hosted on “enterprise-grade” hardware. This should enable quick response times and high uptime. Second, according to the business, setting up a WordPress application on Flux is quite easy and just takes a one-page installation procedure. Flux also touts the affordability of its WordPress hosting platform, with plans starting at only a few dollars per month, making it a good choice for startups, small enterprises, and bloggers on a budget.


Flux also brings new possibilities to the Web3 ecosystem. Users now have access to decentralized storage and a one-stop ecosystem for all of their business and application needs thanks to plugins for integrating decentralized features on WordPress and the recent debut of Flux IPFS.

Decentralized WordPress on Flux is also poised to play a critical role in bridging the gap between Web2 and Web3 technologies. Decentralized WordPress would offer the ability to significantly reduce the learning curve for individuals who are new to Web3, with over many new users joining WordPress every day and a significant market share in the CMS field.

Web3, also known as the ‘decentralized web,’ refers to the next evolution of the World Wide Web, where decentralized technologies like blockchain and peer-to-peer networking are used to create a more open, transparent, and user-centric Internet.

The current version of the web (Web2) is dominated by centralized entities such as large corporations and tech giants, which control much of the data and digital infrastructure. In contrast, Web3 seeks to create a more decentralized internet where users have greater control over their data and interactions with others.

Some of the key technologies that are associated with Web3 include blockchain, distributed ledgers, smart contracts, and decentralized applications (dApps). These technologies allow for decentralized governance, more secure data storage, and peer-to-peer interactions that are not reliant on intermediaries.

In practice, Web3 is still in its early stages of development, but it has the potential to transform the way we interact with the Internet and each other, particularly when it comes to issues of privacy, security, and digital ownership.