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Questions tagged [decentralization]

Without any central instance or authority; distributed over less concentrated areas.

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How will centralized portions of the Ethereum space (Infura, EtherScan) respond to huge increases in throughput?

Two forthcoming improvements to Ethereum are Casper and Sharding. While FFG Casper won't decrease the 14-second block time (because it's hybrid POS/POW), full-fledged Casper promises to. Sharding ...
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Will not a PoS implementation converge in a much less wealth equally distributed system?

With the current trends of prices in crypto and the long term vision supported by the community (HODL!), the implementation of Proof of Stake could eventually derive in big ETH stakeholders getting ...
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Can we use Ethereum Swarm to store normal data other than blockchain or dapp data.

I want some basic data to be stored like name and city phone no etc.So just want to ask can I use ethereum swarm just to store file and make several node to create decentralized storage.
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Does Using Infura Breaks Decentralization?

Decentralized applications have a philosophy: they are immutable,secure and trustless applications. You can connect to Blockchain and be sure about that features. Infura is a great tool when ...
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Tracking orders on 0x network

How are the various 0x network order trackers sourcing on-chain settlement data? My first assumption was that they were utilising the Etherscan API, however Etherscan have their own tracker, found at ...
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how to securely share digital asset in a fully decentralized DApp

I want to design a proof of concept of a fully decentralized secure asset sharing DApp. Seller uploads the asset they want to share with a price and buyer pays it with ether or a token. Frontend and ...
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What are the drawbacks of layer 2?

The scalability trilemma states that a blockchain can only have two out the following three properties: decentralization, scalability, and security. Layer 2 protocols aim to make Ethereum more ...
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What is best deployment practice for block-chain nodes?

What is the best practice for the deployment of block-chain/peers node? Is it best to have all the node in single cloud server or it should be decentralized and co-located on different server at ...
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“Augur” vs. “Oraclize” : What is the main difference?

Can we say that "Augur" is a decentralized Oracle against "Oraclize" as a centralized model? I mean can we consider Augur as a decentralized Oracle and on the other hand, Oraclize as a centralized ...
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Is Geth and Parity a threat to decentralization?

They make up nearly 80% of all clients. If they wanted to, could they rearrange blocks and mess the blockchain up? Are they a threat of decentralization?
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Deploying a smart contract using DApp

I am new to the development of DApps on ethereum blockchain. I want to make a contract Management System in which users can generate their own tokens and crowdsale using my web application. I am able ...
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Is the mining model the right model?

it seems to me that the mining model has it "flaws" too since it tends to concentrate mining power with very few (which might be a risk). I understand the incentive of it but .... somehow we end up ...