Article: Will you be on the side of Web 3.0? Lina Khan as US FTC Chairman

Decentralized Internet, Web 3.0

Will you be on the side of Web 3.0? Lina Khan as US FTC Chairman

The Biden administration nominated Lina Khan as chairman of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) on the 15th. Kahn is a professor at Columbia Law School and is 32 years old. It will be the youngest in history as the top of FTC. Kahn is known for being critical of the monopoly of big tech such as Amazon.

Blockchain proponents tend to reflexively resist regulation and regulators, but given Khan’s concerns about monopoly by large corporations, he supports blockchain on major privacy issues. It can also be on your side.

In addition, Kahn’s anti-monopoly stance could create significant market opportunities for new types of tech companies, including those developing decentralized systems and “Web 3.0.”

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Article: What is a distributed VPN that enhances security and communication speed when using the Internet?

Data, Decentralized Internet, Open Source, Web 3.0

What is a distributed VPN that enhances security and communication speed when using the Internet?

The structure of a centralized VPN server has a fundamental weakness. Even the most reputable and reliable centralized VPN providers may not be vulnerable to hacking, information exploitation, government interference, etc. and provide bandwidth in an optimal and dynamic way. There is sex.

Decentralized VPNs, by their very nature, solve some of these problems. A distributed VPN does not rely on static connections and uses dynamic connections, a flexible and distributed network with independently operated servers.

As a result, distributed VPNs have a wide range of trusted, high-quality providers available. In this way, through the use of a large number of secure servers, a decentralized VPN can operate more efficiently and securely than a centralized VPN.

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Article: “I want to see how Web3.0 is changing the world” Interview with Huobi Japan CEO

Blockchain, Web 3.0

“I want to see how Web3.0 is changing the world” Interview with Huobi Japan CEO

Web3.0 is a world where you can exchange data whose existence is guaranteed even if it is digital data that does not exist on the Internet. It can be said to be a “world where value can be exchanged on the Internet.”

Blockchain technology enables users who participate in the blockchain, rather than a specific company, to manage data such as personal information in a decentralized manner. This mechanism can reduce the risk of unauthorized access, information leakage, and data falsification, and makes it possible to build a highly reliable network.

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Article: Can cryptocurrencies and their vast energy use co-exist with Singapore’s green goals?

Blockchain, Crypto

Can cryptocurrencies and their vast energy use co-exist with Singapore's  green goals? - CNACan cryptocurrencies and their vast energy use co-exist with Singapore’s green goals?

Despite these developments, blockchain technology can co-exist with Singapore’s green plans, said Asst Prof Dinh. The Government launched a Green Plan last month, charting Singapore’s sustainability goals over the next 10 years across various ministries.

For one, experts believe that energy-intensive cryptocurrency mining is not done on a large scale in Singapore.

In a written parliamentary reply in February, Minister for Sustainability and the Environment Grace Fu said that cryptocurrency mining happens predominantly in markets with a cheap supply of electricity.

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