Article: DINO (Decentralized In Name Only) Vs. True Decentralization

Decentralized Internet, Web 3.0

DINO (Decentralized In Name Only) Vs. True Decentralization

the true decentralization is based on the direct user to user communication. This way of communication solves the privacy and censorship issues of the centralized communication. 

An implementation of a true decentralization may still use a blockchain – not as a central element but as a support element in the implementation.

A successful true decentralization project must include the following mandatory elements:

  • minimum decentralized identity
  • decentralized network of bridges/nodes
  • personal decentralized web site

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Article: Can China Achieve Her Open-Source Ambitions?

Open Source, Software

Can China Achieve Her Open-Source Ambitions?

Open source refers to a computer program in which the source code is available to the general public for use or modification.

The open-source movement first started in the USA, but all the big tech companies in China have also extensively relied on open-source technology to quickly expand and evolve their own technology. It’s free, transparent and flexible enough to be modified to meet any company’s special requirements.

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