"The idea that corporate-owned services could be replaced by community-owned services may sound far-fetched, but there is a strong historical precedent in the transformation of software over the past twenty years." -@cdixonhttps://t.co/dTZZSgqo1K
RT @DemocracyEarth: The growing movement—emerging from the blockchain and cryptocurrency world—to build new internet services that combine the power of modern, centralized services with the community-led ethos of the original internet, and why we should embrace it. https://t.co/3eAl537Zzqhttps://t.co/klUNRkMRLk
RT @WIRED: Instead of placing our trust in corporations, we can place our trust in community-owned and -operated software, transforming the internet’s governing principle from “don’t be evil” back to “can’t be evil.” https://t.co/wVBGNw7uqG
In December, I wrote about how performing protocol level work (aka "generalized mining") is how you invest in a new version of the Internet.
Today, @cdixon wrote about this exact idea in Wired.
“There is a growing movement—emerging from the blockchain and cryptocurrency world—to build new internet services that combine the power of modern, centralized services with the community-led ethos of the original internet. We should embrace it.” https://t.co/YgLLNdi3UQ
“the pendulum is swinging back to an internet governed by open, community-controlled services. This has only recently become possible, thanks to technologies arising from the blockchain and cryptocurrencies.” - @cdixon https://t.co/r6rf1wAomI