Redecentralizing the Web with Distributed Ledgers

Abstract : The web was originally conceived as decentralized and universal, but during its popularization, its big value was built on centralized servers and nonuniversal access. A key element to redecentralize the web is to be able to generate trustable, secure, and accountable updates among autonomous participants without a central server. The authors believe that the marriage between distributed ledgers and linked data can provide this functionality and unlock the web's true potential. As a first step toward it, the authors propose a minimal vocabulary to describe and link distributed ledgers.
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Luis-Daniel Ibanez, Elena Simperl, Fabien Gandon, Story Henry. Redecentralizing the Web with Distributed Ledgers. IEEE Intelligent Systems, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2017, ⟨10.1109/MIS.2017.18⟩. ⟨hal-01560267⟩

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