The Quest for a Decentralized Web
Our current Internet is centralized. Websites and applications have servers - a central point of both control and potential failure.
dWeb stands for the decentralized web, which ensures applications and sites run on the entire network of connected computers. There will be no single place of vulnerability, and no one entity will control everything, including your data.
Organizations such as Ethereum are taking the revolutionary concepts behind Bitcoin and applying them to the entire Internet. This is all made possible by cryptography. In the same way that cryptocurrency allows us to securely make transactions peer-to-peer without middlemen such as banks, the decentralized web will allow us to use the Internet without trusting a single entity with our precious data.
Everything is secure, uniquely encrypted, and distributed across the entire network. The decentralized Internet will be open source, meaning everyone can see exactly how it works.
The future of the web is decentralized.
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