Unstoppable Domains blockchain browser for Web 3.0 experience

Upcoming Unstoppable Domains blockchain browser promises Web experience

Unstoppable Domains blockchain browser will soon be a reality promising easy access to the decentralized web. Backing the Unstoppable Domains; Tim Draper is a well-known name in the crypto realm especially when it comes to blockchain solutions, decentralized applications or dApps, and community concerns.

The blockchain browser will be solely aimed to improve the browsing experience for the next-gen Web 3.0 decentralized internet.

Widely touted as a censorship-free web, users will experience more individual freedom and data security on the internet. The Unstoppable Domains blockchain browser will surely set a new precedent in the next-gen browsing experience.

Unstoppable Domains blockchain browser set to redefine web browsing

Web 3.0 is all about online freedom, Internet-of-Things, and user privacy. Besides simplifying the user access, it will also enhance the security features hitherto known in the current generation of browsers.

The peer-to-peer transactions feature on these browsers will help avoid intermediaries. The excessive censorship will be taken care of as well.

Chief executive officer of Unstoppable Domains, Matthew Gould, said that decentralized web pioneers free speech. The blockchain browser will make the decentralized browsing experience much more coherent.

Moreover, this new project is in sync with the company’s aim to create blockchain-powered websites that are not prone to censors. They are also capable of undertaking cryptocurrency payments. These websites use the InterPlanetary File System (IPFS) for storage and can be stored on a user’s wallet.

Building Web 3.0 one block at a time

Last year, a .crypto domain registry was launched by Unstoppable Domains. The registry, powered by Ethereum blockchain, helps receive cryptocurrency payments using only the domain name. Decentralized social media networks will also be developed in the next few years.

Many other prominent blockchain browsers are already gracing the market. Opera launched support for cryptocurrency transactions. Brave achieved a similar feat when they added support for crypto adoption and many decentralized-focused privacy features.

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Gurpreet Thind

Gurpreet Thind

Gurpreet Thind is pursuing Masters in Electrical Engineering at University of Ottawa. His scholarly interests include IT, computer languages and cryptocurrencies. With a special interest in blockchain powered architectures, he seeks to explore the societal impact of digital currencies as finance of the future. He is passionate about learning new languages, cultures and social media.

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