The First Step To ReDecentralize The Web
Broad strokes of a superfine promise
Data and Time is everything but today, we’re giving both away — for free! Large companies use controlled experiences to contain their user’s data and time for their own gains. The result is an increasingly closed-off and centralized Internet.
It wasn’t always this way. There was a time when the Internet and the web was fully open and independent. This independence gave anyone the power to build products and services on a leveled playing field. The web in itself, was willful, vast, and magnanimous in form. As a result, the world rushed to create freely and uninhibited, springing forth lush gardens of wonders from the void.
Unbeknownst to us all, a sinister development lurked in the thicket of our wanton release. It was us that inevitably secured the rise of the social technology companies. It was us that gave them the power to siphon what was once free and clear. Today, large tech companies are in control. These middlemen of our social fabric have built and fortified walled-gardens to direct your perceptions, control your data, and take your time. These companies also control massive proprietary developer platforms — charging 30% payment fees and exert heavy influence over content distribution on their platforms.
The power of the Web wasn’t taken or stolen. We, collectively, by the billions, gave it away with every signed user agreement and intimate moment shared with technology. Facebook, Google, and Amazon now monopolize almost everything that happens online, from what we buy to the news we read to who we like. Along with a handful of powerful government agencies, they are able to monitor, manipulate, and spy in once unimaginable ways.
By controlling the flow of information and data, centralized monopolies are inhibiting the ability for users to maximize their potential value creation. You’re so plugged in never realizing that your life has been turned into a powerhouse—a battery—for these powerful networks.
However, we have to pause and give thanks to these companies for delivering to us a fully network-aware society. It presented to us experiences that ultimately revealed what was embedded in us all along—that we are one global society. If all the social networks disappeared tomorrow, this genie can’t be put back into the bottle. We’re all connected, we’re a fabric — we are a live mesh.
Time has finally come in full circle once again. Blockchain technology has opened the gateway to a new leveled playing field that can address this imbalance. We’re here today by recognizing what came before us. We’re here tomorrow, by recognizing what will come after. It’s time to unplug.
At Alfa-Enzo, we believe we can restore this vision by redistributing data and time back to the individual.
That’s why we’re so excited to introduce Alfa, a fully inclusive, decentralized, and open data economy, where every participant is a micro-entrepreneur empowered to contribute, and guaranteed to be compensated.
Alfa is a highly visual, free form browser that puts you in the heart of the Blockchain. It lets you travel to the Past, Present, and Future and allows you to post content in its correct temporal context. For the first time, you can go back to the past and post a baby picture, or the future to post a new event in one smooth flow.
Alfa lets you see content Near and Far, and designed to look great on screens regardless of shape or size. Alfa combines the best features of your apps in one simple experience. And the best part — your data is locked and fully secured on your own blockchain. It truly belongs to you.
Based on two years of rigorous testing and development, Alfa delivers a unique way to align all network participants to work together toward a common goal of growing the network and the appreciation of its native token, Enzo (NZO).
Alfa is a digital sharing economy of equal opportunity.
Experience the future today.
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