Tech Firm Released Blockchain Browser Allowing Access to Decentralized Web

By Jenny Aurora | February 20, 2020
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Unstoppable Domains – blockchain enthusiast Tim Draper-supported tech company – is reportedly releasing a new blockchain-powered browser, which allows users to enter decentralized web.

Specifically, the new tool – dubbed “Unstoppable Blockchain Browser” – was particularly created to make entering decentralized web (webs 3.0) simpler. 

Web 3.0 is a new Internet type, that comes with supporting features for peer-to-peer (P2P) transactions, and completely cancels the presence of a middleman, and was put together in an effort to steer clear from censorship.

“We believe that a decentralized web is critical for protecting free speech around the world. The Unstoppable Blockchain Browser is the first browser that makes visiting decentralized websites as easy as a traditional .com website. All browsers should embrace the decentralized web.” Head of Unstoppable Domains, Matthew Gould, remarked. 

This new project is part of a preset plan from the firm, in its goal to offer blockchain-powered uncensorable websites, along with simplified payment options for major digital coins, nominally Bitcoin (BTC), Ether (ETH), Litecoin (LTC) and others.

The websites of Unstoppable Domain will be kept within the clients’ wallets, and the details contained will be safely recorded on the InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) or other decentralized storage networks.

In October 2019, a .crypto domain registry was made available by the firm, running on the Ethereum blockchain. The registry will establish a connection between any digital coin address of a user to their domain, which will help finalize payments via the sole use of the domain name.

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