Büyük, merkezi olmayan, Blockchain oplossingen dünya inşaat-dünya-David naar’s Goliath from-Teknoloji

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Every interaction we make with any technology is reduced to a data point. Every desire is a marketing opportunity, every banal conversation offers a lot of consumer research, and every digital right we lose along the way can be used to further reduce our privacy and lock in the high-consumption ecosystem.

Yes, it is possible for “big technologies” to run our lives with a Silicon fist and give our full consent, thus standardizing these resources in business practices. If we look at the broad legal framework of endless End-User License Agreements (EULA), we can understand that to do so, we risk changing our privacy for the convenience and financing of the richest companies in world history.

But how did we get here, it was never so important to reclaim the right to our personal data? How has this become the new norm, and what exactly can we do about it? Is it possible that we can protect our privacy and digital freedom with blockchain technology? Crypto currencies, smart contracts, decentralized financing (Defi) and decentralized applications (dApps) the emergence of oligopolies for the survival of decentralisation will lead to the data it needs completely?

Is Blockchain a cure for our big tech disease?

Consumer is

The Internet should be a democratizing force that enables everyone in the world to move, communicate, share and learn from each other, regardless of where they are physically. Unfortunately, we made an evil deal.

Free Big tech for the provision of services-Search, email, social media, chat, video, entertainment, etc.-we left and we can’t risk the privacy continuous monitoring of Big Brother technology: Google, Facebook, Amazon, Microsoft and Apple.

We don’t want to make too many calls or remember too many different passwords, or need to decipher

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