Goals and Objectives
The popularity of cryptocurrencies in 2017 caused thousands of blockchain projects of different scales and focus to appear. However, the growth of most of these projects was limited by the technical capabilities of the existing blockchain / operators / networks. The low speed, closed nature of blockchain networks, and their inability to interact with each other, are the real problems slowing down the development of this technology in general. #MetaHash is designed to create a single solution that allows blockchain systems of the future to unite into a single decentralized network, capable of recording each and every transaction.
The self-regulating #MetaHash network, in fact, creates a basis for the emergence of a fully-fledged branch of the decentralized internet. It doesn’t depend on individual creators once launched and is managed by open voting1 of users or #MetaHashCoins2 holders. A fully decentralized internet would bring freedom from the control of large corporations. Project management would be in the hands of end users.
The key distinction of decentralized projects running on open source code is the fact that they are built the way users need them. Projects are created for users rather than for maximizing benefits to a limited group of stakeholders, which harms both the market and the users.
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