Oil Pares Gains After API Reports Surprise Crude Inventory Build Norway’s $1.1 trillion wealth fund There is a new wave of coders and hackers looking to upend the entire internet, signaling the start of a brand new space race. No, this isn’t an episode of HBO’s Silicon Valley, this is actually happening.
Currently, the internet is built by large centralized services including server owners, data managers, cloud providers, search engines, telecommunication companies, and social media websites. And these entities are beginning to expand their reach.
Internet security and net neutrality are quickly becoming hot topics as more people become aware of the dangers of centralization. And for good reason.
Google, Amazon, and Facebook are racing to create new infrastructure that could very well threaten the internet freedom which we have grown accustomed to. The way data is used and abused by massive corporations is taking center stage in discussions regarding the future of the internet, and people are demanding change.
And it’s no surprise that the crypto-fanatics are looking to disrupt this pattern, with some even looking towards the stars for solutions. Blockchain, the tech that built bitcoin, and 2017’s hottest buzzword, could very well be the answer. Read more from oilprice.com…
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