Tech giants that are controlling the internet are facing a growing number of innovators who want to reorganize the web completely.
There have been a lot of complaints about videos taken down at the end of 2019 on YouTube.
YouTube has been removing a massive number of crypto videos without issuing any warning.
Dozens of videos from the biggest BTC and blockchain creators have been removed, hurting important influencers.
As if this were not enough, Google made a similar move and suspended MetaMask, which is a crypto wallet and a mobile browser that is backed by Ethereum incubator ConsenSys.
It seems that the blockchain is the only way to battle Internet centralization and invent solutions that can remove massive control away from bug players.
Taking back the Internet
There are being rolled out new protocols that could turn the internet into a more decentralized network, challenging the few hands that wield massive power.
The Daily Hodl writes that during a recent interview with blockchain and crypto host Naomi Brockwell, Bradley Kam, co-founder of Unstoppable Domains talked about “how building domain names on the blockchain is a departure from the traditional DNS system, currently the world’s largest registry for domain names,” according to the online publication.
Kam also made sure to highlight the fact that his company is challenging the notion that domain names should pass through one centralized server.
“This is the problem. These are the situations where blockchain makes the most sense. With a traditional domain, yes, you own it, but GoDaddy or Google Domains or whoever stores it for you, and it means they can move it around or take it away from you. And this happens, and it happens frequently.
You should check out the video in order to learn what more he had to say on the matter.