How Content Delivery Network (CDNs) Can Utilize DLT to Disrupt the Internet

How Content Delivery Network (CDNs) Can Utilize DLT to Disrupt the Internet

Content delivery network or CDN is a term used to describe a geographically distributed group of servers which work together to provide fast delivery of Internet content. As the world becomes ever more digital, the demand for faster online processing speed is more than ever. This is why the CDN market is expected to grow exponentially. Unfortunately, not everything is sunshine and rainbows. The CDNs as we know today are centralized, which opens them up to a host of issues. To overcome these faults, decentralized CDNs have been getting a lot of attention.

Decentralized is the future. Not just for Content Delivery Network, but for a lot other things.

Like we had a sudden paradigm shift in terms of user concern regarding data, people will soon realize the importance of decentralized systems.

This is such a fresh read after going through so many articles that talk about the same DLT in fintech and supply chain. As someone living in the outskirts of a city, I can completely relate to the #2. If DCDNs do what you say they can do, it’ll be such a great plus for so many people.