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This article titled "Real World Use Cases for Ethereum" (here at blokt.com) mentions one interesting use case for smart contracts: web hosting.

The article says that

Using Ethereum, web hosting could become a decentralized, network-based business. In other words, a website would be hosted by the entire Ethereum network, making it virtually impossible to take down or tamper with.

This sounds like an interesting possible real-life use case for smart contracts, but many websites have requirements for available network bandwidth or the ability to host downloadable files (e.g. PDFs).

Assuming though that at least a small(ish) website is technically feasible, is there any information on what might be the maximum size of a website built from smart contracts?

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