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  • Thanks to the power of modern communication,

  • we have the ability to create technologies that are decentralized,

  • removing middlemen

  • and allowing users to interact with each other directly through a global network.

  • Decentralized applications have been becoming more and more important in the past 10 years

  • and have the benefits of massively reducing costs and barriers to entry,

  • removing single points of failure,

  • preventing censorship,

  • and ensuring transparency and trust between all the parties involved in an interaction.

  • BitTorrent, a file sharing network developed in the early 2000s,

  • is arguably the first decentralized application to have been created.

  • BitTorrent allows anyone to share any kind of file with anyone else in the world,

  • allowing people to distribute the content quickly and easily

  • even if they do not have the resources to pay for their own website or server.

  • Five years later, Satoshi Nakamoto came up with the idea of a blockchain,

  • a sort of distributed database,

  • and used it to build Bitcoin,

  • the world's first decentralized currency.

  • Decentralized currencies like Bitcoin

  • allow people to send money instantly anywhere around the world

  • with no regard for national borders

  • with negligible fees.

  • Bitcoin is increasingly being used there for international remittances,

  • micropayments,

  • and commerce online.

  • Decentralized applications for finance,

  • cloud computing,

  • messaging,

  • and distributed governance are soon to come.

  • Ethereum is a platform that is specifically designed

  • for people to build these kinds of decentralized applications

  • or "dapps" for short.

  • The Ethereum client, which we are calling the Etherbrowser,

  • will include the ability

  • in peer-to-peer network for sending messages

  • and a generalized blockchain with a built-in programming language,

  • allowing people to use the blockchain

  • for any kind of decentralized application that they want to create.

  • Ethereum can be used to build financial applications

  • that are fully trustworthy and transparent

  • because they run on the blockchain.

  • Online cryptographically secure system is for managing property and contracts,

  • social networking and messaging systems

  • that allow users to maintain control of their own data,

  • systems for trading underutilized computational resources

  • like CPU time and hard drive space,

  • and eventually tools for online voting and distributed governance.

  • And the most exciting applications of Ethereum

  • are probably the ones that we have not even thought of.

  • As with all new platforms for innovation

  • like the protocols that underlie the internet itself,

  • it is not always easy to predict

  • what they're going to be used for.

  • Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and the modern internet as a whole

  • are all a result of early developments in the world wide web

  • and Javascript, the programming language of the World Wide Web from the 1990s.

  • Similarly by providing a universal programmable blockchain

  • and packaging it up into a client that anyone can use,

  • the Ethereum project hopes to do the same for finance,

  • peer-to-peer commerce,

  • distributed governance, and human collaboration as a whole.

  • Now the question is:

  • what will you build on top of the Ethereum?

Thanks to the power of modern communication,


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Vitalik ButerinがEthereumを解説 (Vitalik Buterin explains Ethereum)

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    Katharina Yang に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日