In this day and age we are spending a tremendous part of our lives watching TV and navigating the Internet, therefore to a certain degree, we agree upon the fact that we live in a digital era.
Even though the origins of the Internet date back to the research designated by the federal government of the USA in the 1960s to construct robust, fault-tolerant communication signals with computer networks; the beginning of the transition to the modern Internet that we know Today was marked in the early 1990s, by the connecting of commercial networks and enterprises which generated a maintained exponential advance as generations of institutional, personal, and mobile devices were introduced and configured to the network.
It’s quite fascinating how virtually everybody on the planet uses something that just 30 years ago people were laughing at, saying that such thing can’t have place in our society whatsoever. Now, in a way or another, everyone interacts with it; in multiple instances without even realizing so.
According to the overall social atmosphere, at this stage, people are kind of divided in relation to what feelings they have towards Internet: some of us, especially the older generation, claim that if perhaps Internet didn’t ruin our lives — at least worsened them to a considerable degree by incentivizing to isolate increasingly more from the real interaction, bombarding in the same time with all this deluge of information designed to confuse and disinform; while another part of us claim that it actually has a positive impact whereas it made our communication and economy as a whole easier and more efficient, and ultimately shed light on many secrets existing in our world, waking us up and transforming us in more aware living beings.
One of the other negative points regarding Internet’s influence is that as it evolved, the big corporations like Google, Yahoo, Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Microsoft and a couple of others basically had overtaken and monopolized it by centralizing the distribution and flow of products and services, especially also with the help of the Regulatory Institutions. It came to a condition where they are making all the money while we, the simple public, went in the direction of the consumer-only mentality.
But fortunately, this couldn’t perpetuate indefinitely; in this way, 10 years ago, the BlockChain and CryptoCurrencies saw the daylight. And I think I would not exaggerate by stating that BlockChain is the greatest and most impactful thing to ever happen to the humanity since the very Industrial Revolution itself, but that’s a topic for another discussion.
In this article, I want to present a BlockChain project called CryptoEmail which you can start exploring at this destination: http://cryptoemail.cc?mref=534
I deem it as a must-have tool in your Internet Browsing activities’ arsenal, since it has indeed the power to monetize your daily online actions that up until now you were performing for free; adding to your Internet Adventures a complete new dimension of satisfaction, joy and self-esteem.
You can try and see how it works for you.
Disclaimer: I disclose that I’m paid to promote CryptoEmail project which has its own ERC-20 native token called cMail. There is no guarantee when this token is going to be listed on any market, if ever; nor, at any point, I guarantee its future price/value, if any price/value at all. However, I chose to promote it not because of the monetary incentive alone, but also because I truly believe in its product, service and vision as a whole; that being said, you should realize that my belief might be biased and you should do your own research and take actions based on your own investigation and not based on my beliefs.