Sourceless — Anti-monopoly and pro privacy
Anti-monopoly and pro privacy
Sourceless will bring a pro privacy and anti-monopoly structure to the network and will not boost centralized platforms.
Sourceless Platform features will be more secure than its predecessors. This is possible due to two factors: the distributed nature and decentralization. Hackers or exploiters will have problems penetrating the network. Also, if they are able to do so, each of their operations can be tracked and withdrawn from the network. Without centralization, it will become tough for hackers to take full control of an organization.
With Sourceless functions, end users can expect full ownership of their data. The data transferred over the network will be fully encrypted. Users will also be able to decide what information they want to share with corporations or advertising platforms. On the other hand, the current trend is a completely different one. With Sourceless Platform functions, users can now sell their corporate data and gain from it.
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