Blockchain for Search

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Definition

Blockchain is a shared, virtual ledger that can record the history of transactions that cannot be altered, and those tools can be used to protect privacy of the end-user. Tools storing presonal information on a blockchain that is released temporarilty to receive services, including search, are in this subcategory. 

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BitClave is a decentralized search engine powered by blockchain, ensuring that users' data and searches are secure and protected. Users are compensated for the use of their personal data while also receiving high-quality search results.
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By Brave
Brave is an internet browser built to enable users to choose greater privacy. Browse faster by blocking ads and trackers that violate your privacy and cost you time and money. Brave also makes it easy to support your favorite sites with micropayments...
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By Chlu
Chlu (pronounced “clue,” meaning “reputation” in Irish) is a search and reputation platform for Web 3.0. Blockchains offer us the opportunity to build a new type of reputation platform. Ratings and reviews are validated by payments via cryptocurrenci...
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Presearch is an open, decentralized search engine that rewards community members with Presearch Tokens for their usage, contribution to, and promotion of the platform. Open and transparent ranking factors enable content creators to access a level pla...
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