A frequent highlight has been the failure to centralize protection of personal and business data in recent years. Facebook, Google, Twitter, Microsoft, Sony, and many others faced serious computer hacks that revealed sensitive information (and more) to their customers. The problem isn’t just about data theft – banks, financial institutions, and cryptocurrency exchanges have been hit by the attackers.
However, massive amounts of information about our lives and livelihoods are entrusted to central organizations just because they have always done so.
With the advent of Web 3.0, high-speed internet, and live broadcasting, the Internet now provides entrepreneurs with an opportunity to build businesses and pursue jobs online, but large organizations are increasingly failing to give them the recognition they deserve as a company in and out of themselves, blinded by the impact of algorithm changes … and updates The programs are only available online at business centers.
Perhaps the clearest example of this is internet broadcasters, who can make a fortune one day and then lose it the next, often without explanation.
A comparison between traditional business and the Internet
Imagine you are a baker. You built your business from scratch. Start in your garage before moving into your space. You have clients who come to you daily, and you’ve spent years figuring out what they like and what works. It tried to keep up with the trends and spent thousands on equipment, marketing and services to help you grow even more.
Work is your blood. This is supporting your family, saving food on the table and paying the bills. You’re doing well, it’s thriving, everything works for you.
One day you wake up and find that your work has stopped. You have no idea why. To make matters worse, your customers go elsewhere. Your business was collapsing before your eyes, and you still didn’t know why. You are looking for guidance on what happened, but no one can give anything. You draw this to your local representative’s attention. They don’t know what happened. All the time, your business keeps crashing.
You will eventually find that since you sold a lot of items from another supplier, the system has flagged you, and for this reason, the system has deemed it beneficial to close your bakery to ensure nothing else is sold from the new supplier. Your business is down, your bills are going up, and that’s because your computer says no.
Finally, it’s all down to the undervalued platforms the triggers that helped them grow, run a viable business, feed families, and pay the bills.
Many operators have closed access to their channels without explanation. When asked why, the only answer they can find is that recently posted content or content for some reason caused something to run in the platform’s algorithm that was deemed inappropriate.
That’s all. thank you and good bye. Your years of hard work are over and you have nothing to show off.
Unfortunately, this has become a common occurrence for cryptocurrencies and video game monitors, who often report the mysterious “shadow blocking” which means they no longer appear in the platform’s search results and who find their years of video content mysteriously vanished.
What is the alternative?
This is definitely a challenge, and more and more streamers are tired of it. Fortunately, the decentralization means there is another way to do business as a broadcast device. While decentralized platforms have their own rules and conditions to follow, using them provides content creators with more stability and a foundation to build their livelihoods and careers without fear of an unexpected shutdown.
The decentralized platform for distributing and broadcasting video content means that live creators can directly benefit from users viewing and interacting with their channels, and they don’t need to allocate some revenue to pay money to intermediaries who can earn from their work. Broadcasting to a decentralized platform means that live broadcasters don’t have to worry about their jobs being fired the next day due to political changes.