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The authors define the next generation of the Internet - Internet 3.0 as a re-made model of online services where services are made decentralized and distributed, running peer…

The authors define the next generation of the Internet - Internet 3.0 as a re-made model of online services where services are made decentralized and distributed, running peer-to-peer transactions. They mention the example of a distributed analog of centralized Uber app, powered by its own cryptocurrency.

It would be interesting to know if the current Internet behemoths such as Facebook and Uber also recognize this as the future of the Internet and are already working on their transformation to the new model or if they would oppose it and consider it a threat, or if they just consider it a bubble.

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By the way a distributed social network is already created even without blockchain and even Zuckerberg contributed some token money to it - https://diasporafoundation.org/ ... Its creation was a dramatic story: More Awesome Than Money: Four Boys and Their Heroic Quest to Save Your Privacy from Facebook

at 6am on 6/13/2018
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at 6am on 6/13/2018