The new wave of decentralisation: a look at Anytype

Don't mention the crypto

John Leonard
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The new wave of decentralisation: a look at Anytype
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The new wave of decentralisation: a look at Anytype

If the Computing inbox is anything to go by, we are witnessing a new wave of decentralised applications and networks.

Previous waves have been closely bound to crypto prices. First there was bitcoin and blockchain, 99.9% of whose breathlessly promoted use cases failed to float. Even the serious ones floundered. Wi...

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