At its core, decentralization isn’t an ideology or a destination — it’s a process. A process where decision-making moves from a centralized authority to a distributed network.
And every process, no matter how game-changing, comes with inherent tradeoffs. As we face these tradeoffs, we see that the worst kind of decentralization is the one that neglects user experience so much that users opt out of it.
Decentralization should empower users without burdening them.
We are at an important point in the digital age, on the threshold of a decentralization movement that has the power to change how the internet works and the nature of how we experience what we value online.
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