Nov 14, 2022 • 4M
Episode 51 - Censorship Resistance
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In this episode, we cover what makes Blockchains and decentralized systems censorship resistant.
Centralized systems are owned or controlled by organizations. They could limit the usage of some actors depending on local laws.
Decentralized systems are not controlled by any single party. They are made equal for everyone, based on the rules of the network. No local laws apply.
Users could send their transaction to several nodes, and one of them would include it in a block. No user is disallowed to use the system.