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LBRY and Odysee: A Decentralized YouTube

There is a lot of talk about using blockchains for actually useful decentralized systems and secure decentralization. After all, blockchains are basically more secure trustless decentralized databases that, unlike a lot of other databases we currently use, do not give anyone administrative accounts or role-based user accounts that can allow a hacker to gain full control of a database simply by hacking the right…

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