Kaotisk Hund


I mostly do my research on decentralized technologies. My main project is Arching Kaos. You can find its index of services to see its subparts and learn more about the project.

Most of the related repositories can be found here in a cgit instance.

There is also a "port" to centralized distribution of the source code through github.com.

Why decentralized and distributed technologies?

I was fascinated by peer to peer technologies. I was understanding that this model is person to person as in human societes which is good, is the natural way of doing things. For example, if I want something you have, I am going to ask for it. If there are any requirements that I would need to firstly complete, you would tell me.

I believe we don't need a central authority or server for me to let you know that I just said "Hi!".

In the ending question: how to say "Hi!" to someone without letting anybody else to know what or to whom or by who it was sent without anyone except the original greeter and the targeted person?

Other projects

Since 2014, I had helped people initiate their appearence in the web, by providing custom sites and infrastructure.

To be specific, I got the chance to create:


Crypto is used as reference to cryptocurrency: A series of programs that are issuing, distributing and allow irreversible transactions of coins in a network that these programs create.

Example of these programs are BitcoinCore that makes up the Bitcoin network, LitecoinCore that makes the Litecoin network etc.

There are cryptocurrencies that someone can create their own "asset" in the network and issue coins (some refer to them as tokens). These can be bought, sold, sent or received.

I used Stellar Network to issue KAOTISKHUND coins. There were around 940 billion of them, but I burned some.

Asset's utility

KAOTISKHUND is NOT a commodity, security or stock. It's more like meme-coin like DogeCoin. It represents nothing concrete. It exists only for understanding the Stellar network, coin distribution, markets and it's used for exploring ideas that could be implemented for general purpose.

Asset's current distribution

As of the above, KAOTISKHUND is NOT backed or reserved with anything. Its only backing is by any people that want to buy it or sell it. Distribution was made by testing how I should do it, so I put an order for selling most of them. After that, 738 of 942 billions were bought at some point by an address I don't own. There are around 40 accounts that trusted so far KAOTISKHUND for their own reasoning.

My allocation

As of writing this, I hold less than 0.3% of the total supply, while I have locked 0.7% in liquidity pools.

Whale situation

The asset's whale has 723.5 billion coins where 218 billions are set to be sold for 0.0000001-0.0000002 XLM each.



Kaotisk Hund is interested in decentralized technologies, sound exploration, coding utilities, creating simple webpages and much more. He likes to learn new things and he enjoys small things. Loves coffee! If you have a project you wanna build and you feel like contacting Kaotisk Hund, he 's more likely to answer 'cause he 's always in search for these. He does his work with open source programs, scripts of his own, some php, nodejs and more on programming routines away.


Kaotisk Hund played with "Sheep" game on Windows 95. He then had a CYRIX 40Mhz computer with Windows 3.11 while not even speaking english. He formatted the disk without knowing. He got a diskette! With MS-DOS, QBASIC and "Titus The Fox". An old as well computer appeared but was discarded as not functioning just to months or years later understand that the VGA cable was bended that much already, that it could "fit" the wrong way, thus appearing to not work...

Hacky hacky on Windows 98. Favourite tool "Resource Hacker". Installed ALL the programs from EVERY CD/DVD I ever purchased just to see what's there. I reinstalled the OS. Later, KNOPPIX! Favourite game: "Enigma"! Later later, turn to the audio.

Classic guitar lessons were already going late for me, I couldn't play much cause I wouldn't study cause nothing I was studying was seeming to get my attention. However, bass guitar really resonated me. I got one and starting playing and, obviously, why not to connect that to the computer and record it to some program or something? So there it was, I would have to search for every program about sound there would be... in CD/DVD from magazines. Don't forget CD-R/CD-RW and the tons of software to create a fine CD-DA (AudioCD). Starting from normalizing to crossfades with nice UIs most of the times. But I wasn't judging, I was exploring what can someone do with this piece of machinery and some speakers and the answer was "everything" every time. So I wanted to share my "knoweledge" with other people. I 've seen the internet back then and I had some nice IDE to write HTML/CSS/JavaScript things and make a "webpage". I made some templates, some lists etc but to me only possible hosting was self hosting from 56K modem, so that wasn't possible as well.

However, music part was doing good. I was playing in a school rock/metal band, joined two others then left everything cause...

I made it to a university focused on Audio and Accoustics, it turned to be mostly physics and accoustics (of rooms, musical instruments, materials, soundproofing etc) and math (like many things, even FFT and convolution manually) but it was okay cause there was electronics (a/d), programming (AVR/C/JAVA/MATLAB, even MaxMSP/pureData), sound synthesis and analysis, sound recording, mixing and mastering and and psycho-accoustics! There was some early band involvements there but I didn't engage it that much. I was learning and it was quite enough for me what I could achieve on my own. Bass-ically, I was following technical death metal bass lines with ease. Jazz was out of the question cause the same qualities I appreciate on this type are the same that repel me want to play it. But to pretend to play was kinda sound jazzy enough to me. he-he.

Still undergraduation, I chosen my path! There is a requirement for a thesis paper. I chose to build a radio station though it got really complicated. The start was easy, I wouldn't do that much, but when the administration stopped the team that was supposed to have access to the radio server from having that ability, I was also cut out and my work was there and also my proof-of-work was the server itself!

That's when I started to look over the peer to peer techonologies even more seriously. I wanted then to make the "unstoppable radio station" that nobody could ban or ... well, stop!

Did I tell you that during the university I was continuingly digging on Linux distributions, tools, programs, code, compiling code etc? So, yes, I was! It was a long and exhausting sometimes adventure. With my laptop not booting at times or with no OS or or or or. Exams were the best time to tear down everything apart and reset it, reinstall everything and do the work in the last minute. I invested these experiments to get to know as many Linux distributions I could. Later that would proven good while I was getting my practical training/working like what apprentice's position on the university in the Network and Computer administration department of the university. I know, right? Got to learn many many things there.

So, what about the radio project? Well, it's still ongoing. At least for me. I had some friends that contributed their programs on this, but things are going slower and slower I feel.

However, it is still under development, it is currently ( written on Sat Jul 22 12:02:17 PM UTC 2023 ) evolved from the classic live streamer to a multi blockchain parser, looking for mixtapes around. I am currently designing a system to make it back to live stream, while I am also figuring out a way to migrate the distributed filesystem that the project already uses.

You can find the current implementation here and a site about it of a "high" level descriptions and posts here





You can reach me using the IRC client here. PM kaotisk or shout out @ #arching-kaos channel.

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