I disagree with most of the claims in the article. Instead of the marketing talk presented in the article, in reality:

  • the users have to use a Dapp in order to access/write on the blockchain;
  • the Dapp connects to a single node which propagates the info to other nodes of the blockchain
  • blockchain miners do not care of the information posted/written on the blockchain, as long as the request is valid and the Dapp pays for the request;
  • successful blockchains like Ethereum become increasingly centralized
  • most crypto-users are traders who do not care of the merits of technology and the level of decentralization of a blockchain

Creating the decentralized web — https://decentralized-web.tech