What are dApps and How Do They Enable a True Free Market?
Crowdsourcing innovation and ideas is the most effective way to not only make the best possible systems, but to ensure that those systems work for everyone and can adapt over time. If we can transform the economy into a giant game of d-commerce, we can once again participate in a free market. The most free market the world has ever seen.
We need to democratize our economy from the ground up and force the big players to play by our rules or quit the game.
Some people tend to think that individual innovators or thought leaders are the ones who create the great products and corporations of our time. Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, and Elon Musk surely are intelligent people, but they have huge teams of brilliant minds working under them. How many other brilliant minds are scattered across the country? Across the world?
Read full article
Successful Decentralization Lives Right Under Our Nose
As I scroll through social media and LinkedIn, in particular, I see a thriving inclination towards the term ‘Decentralization.’ No doubt, cryptocurrencies have fueled the discussions around such a space; however, decentralization as a subject is not just limited to the financial sectors — a fact that I’m very well versed with courtesy of the endless discussions about social media decentralization.
For such discussions to turn to fruition, we have to have a basis — perhaps a concrete example of what decentralization is capable of, how it would influence the society, on the whole, and how this space would further escalate into something that we don’t currently know about.
And while I look around for a concrete shred of evidence, I find none better than our very own Internet. The Internet, and more specifically, the Web, is one of the most decentralized technologies ever created.
How could Amazon Web Services be unbundled on Web3
The level of economic experimentation in the blockchain industry is exponential, and cryptonetworks are a new way to coordinate humans and global investments for the public good. We are at the dawn of a decentralised surge that will eventually encourage a shift away from the centralised monopoly powerhouses of the webspace and welcome a wider adoption of Web3 building and blockchain developers as this technology becomes more mainstream.
Read full article