Tag: privacy

Web 3 – Ownership Defined

What We Have Seen Ever since Steemit launched back in 2016 we have had a taste of what it means to have an “account” that we actually own. An account that exists on the blockchain and is in essence, held privately. This was later… Continue Reading “Web 3 – Ownership Defined”

Double Whammy – Decentr & Presearch Partnership!

Decentralized Web Browsers I have written a number of articles in the past in which I have showcased both Presearch and Decentr. Presearch has been around for some time and has well over 4 million users. Decentr is a newer project that enables users… Continue Reading “Double Whammy – Decentr & Presearch Partnership!”

Secret Network – Data Privacy For Web 3

Enigma Migrates To Secret During the course of 2020, Enigma holders were able to swap their ENG for SCRT on a 1:1 basis. Enigma migrated to its own Cosmos SDK-based chain, Secret Network, which has performed rather well since its inception. With an all-time… Continue Reading “Secret Network – Data Privacy For Web 3”

Is Monero About To Gain Increased Adoption?

Deviation From The Satoshi Model I don’t think Satoshi envisioned the ecosystem that is now, Cryptocurrency. Perhaps he considered that there would be a handful of knockoffs entering the market when it became apparent that Bitcoin was indeed securing adoption. However, the expansion of… Continue Reading “Is Monero About To Gain Increased Adoption?”