The internet was designed to be decentralized but as time went on, it fell under the control of a few large corporations. This consolidation represents a major threat to data ownership, open markets, and freedom of speech.
The architects of the internet got many things right, but they also missed out on focusing on security in the original design. As a result, internet users everywhere have been much less safe and have had their data placed in much greater risk.
Blockstack is a way to put users back in control of their digital lives.
With Blockstack, users get digital keys that let them own their identity. They sign in to apps locally without remote servers or identity providers.
Blockstack's storage system allows users to bring their own storage providers and control their data. Data is encrypted and easily shared between applications.
Blockstack uses Bitcoin and other crypto-currencies for simple peer-to-peer payments. Developers can charge for downloads, subscriptions, and more.
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Blockstack redefines cloud computing by putting application data back in the hands of the users. The design behind their generic protocols allow developers to easily utilize blockchain technology as well as integrate a variety of secured user-identity based data and settings into their apps. This company has been around before the ICO buzz hit the crypto scene, and as a result their product has been well refined over the course of several years of research and development. In Blockstack's perfect world, we would see leaders such as Facebook and Google begging to structure around P2P technology as a last ditch effort to continue it's stronghold on user data, and this could be case, but only in the distant future as expectations have it.
Blockstack's decision to whitelist investors is a favorable plan, but screening users based on accreditation seems unfair to the community. To alleviate this Blockstack has also chosen to provide vouchers as investment vehicles for their ICO. Using a proof-of-burn mechanism to power inherent functionality will be effective for long term coin value and business development. That being said, this coin has a great vision, and a long term hold seems like a great idea, but finding reason to invest in the ICO instead of waiting till it inevitably takes a possible correction on an exchange is a different story.
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