The Internet was originally built without concerns for privacy, especially not the complicated security features required by today's standards
"It's far too late to redesign the entire Internet, however, two blockchain projects offer potential security solutions. Blockchain's capabilities of serving as a decentralized payment system could be the secret for the future of internet security.
In the beginning, the internet grew from the idea that multiple, arbitrarily designed networks could combine to create a global digital data interchange system. When the technologies needed to affect that idea were designed, nobody really thought they might eventually be used for everything from sensitive communications to commerce and everything in between. For that reason, it's plain to see that the bedrock technologies that make up today's internet have almost no built-in security features to speak of..."
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