Decentralized Internet: the Future of Trust and Loyalty

How decentralized trust will unlock a decentralized future

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Would you bet against the Internet?

The worldwide web is barely above 20 years old and it is often regarded as man’s finest and most important innovation. It’s not just the fact that it has opened the doors to innovations that we might have only dreamed of prior to it, but also that it has become a platform for admirable prosperity and has created billionaires all over the world. The internet is beautiful — it helps us to create, helps us in selling, helps in marketing, helps in communication, helps in transactions — it is simply the glue that holds almost everything together. To be honest, it is hard to bet against the internet.

Decentralized Internet: The future from the past

The concept of a decentralized internet is not necessarily a new thing. In fact, according to the man who invented the World wide web in 1989, Tim Berners Lee, the world wide web was supposed to be a platform that promoted equality and allowed anyone to access it easily and create value that can be shared seamlessly. Since then, the “father of the world wide web” has been involved in a lot of activities and endeavors to ensure that the world wide web lived up to become what it was created for.

Why not?

Copyright and patent issues of digital artworks are being solved with NFTs and artists are able to own the exclusive right to their work because of NFT. A lot of artists have made huge sums of money because they have been able to sell the exclusive rights of their artworks for lucrative prices.

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