xlibp2p is an opinionated, easy-to-use P2P network
stack for decentralized applications written in Go.

xlibp2p is made to be minimal, robust, developer-friendly,
performant, secure, and cross-platform across multitudes
of devices by making use of a small amount of well-tested,
production-grade dependencies.


xlibp2p was intended to be used in Go projects that utilize Go modules. You may incorporate xlibp2p into your project as
a library dependency by executing the following:

go get -u github.com/xfs-network/xlibp2p


In examples folder, you can find a chat example to help you get started in using xlibp2p.
The example helping you expand your knowledge about xlibp2p and p2p networks in general.


If you’d like to contribute to xlibp2p please fork, fix, commit and send a pull request. Commits who do not comply with
the coding standards are ignored (use gofmt!). If you send pull requests make absolute sure that you commit on the
develop branch and that you do not merge to master. Commits that are directly based on master are simply ignored.


xlibp2p is released under the open source MIT license and is offered “AS IS” without warranty of any kind, express or
implied. Any security provided by the XFS software depends in part on how it is used, configured, and deployed.
xlibp2p is built upon many third-party libraries, xfs.tech makes no representation or guarantee that xlibp2p or any
third-party libraries will perform as intended or will be free of errors, bugs or faulty code. Both may fail in large
or small ways that could completely or partially limit functionality or compromise computer systems. If you use or
implement xlibp2p, you do so at your own risk. In no event will xfs.tech be liable to any party for any damages
whatsoever, even if it had been advised of the possibility of damage.