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Decentralizing the Web with IPFS

I’m sure you are well aware of the basic architecture on which the ‘World Wide Web’ functions. Invented by Tim Berners-Lee in the CERN Laboratories in Geneva, the HyperText Transfer Protocol(HTTP) is the foundation of the Web and HTML. Before the introduction of HTTP, publishing content on the web was an expensive affair. HTTP managed to drop the publishing cost significantly and liquefy information distribution making things not only convenient but also accessible. I’m sure you could not imagine the world without HTTP and neither can I. There always seems to be enough room for groundbreaking ideas and inventions, and…

Simplicity, Speed and the Internet Revolution

In the competitive environment of the Internet, the simplicity and fast access to information are considered crucial factors to success. To this end, first-level domains new generations, known as Top Level Domains (TLDs), have been gradually gaining ground, and they are a promise of a revolution in the Internet world stage. Currently, the most popular domain extensions are already overwhelmed, so it is harder to get a good combination. However, a new ICANN initiative, a world entity in charge of the administration of generic top-level domains (gTLDs) and country-code top-level domains (ccTLDs) is innovating and bringing competition for the popular…