Building a decentralized internet is a complex engineering process and there is no single road map that can help you achieve it. However, some steps you may need to take to build a decentralized internet include:
Decide on a Decentralized Platform: The first step is to decide on the platform you will use to build the decentralized network. Popular options include Ethereum, EOS, IPFS, and NEO.
Configure Nodes: After deciding on your platform, you will need to configure the nodes and create the distributed network. This requires setting up the server, installing the client software, configuring the nodes and setting up the consensus mechanism.
Develop Applications: Once the network is set up and running, you can start developing applications that leverage the platform’s features. These applications generally fall into two categories: dApps that run on the decentralized network and those that run on centralized servers but leverage the capabilities of the underlying platform.
Secure the Network: This is absolutely essential for any decentralized network. You must set up protocols for data encryption, user authentication and authorization. Additionally, you will need to install security measures to prevent malicious attacks on the system.
Monitor the Network: There should also be a system in place to monitor the health of the network and ensure it is running as expected. This involves collecting performance metrics, tracking user activity and keeping an eye out for anomalies.
That is just a basic overview of the steps you will need to take, but you will also need to consider other factors such as user experience, scalability and integration with other systems. You may also find these resources helpful when building your decentralized internet:
• A Guide to Building Decentralized Applications https://blog.usejournal.com/a-guide-to-building-decentralized-applications-2b95a1bff1fc
• Building Decentralized Applications on Ethereum https://medium.com/@blockchains/building-decentralized-applications-on-ethereum-9fc906fcf048
• Decentralized Web Primer https://blog.mozilla.org/netpolicy/2019/09/20/decentralized-web-primer/
I hope this helps!