A decentralized Internet is already not an invention of the stupid TV series, it becomes a reality.
Last week reported that Google is one of the world’s most active adherents of blockchain-related startups. Since 2012 Google had 140 equity investments totaling about USD 1.2 billion in the blockchain sector. Hence the question: why Google still has not included, directly or not added to the blockchain in search functionality?
At the moment Google is a monopoly company in the market of searchers: web search in this system accounts for about 80% of the requests from fixed devices and 95% of mobile queries. Every second Google receives over 40,000 queries, or 3.5 billion searches per day and 1.2 trillion queries a year. This service regularly serves as a “gatekeeper of the digital world” and has a very large impact, under the influence of which is largely formed in the direction of the web economy.
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