. https://itinfrastructure.report/Resources/Whitepapers/82e946e4-2388-4edf-a2cc-edc548962633_Unchainet_white_paper.pdf
The internet is continually evolving. Thirty years ago, only large enterprises owned big data centres and startups needed to invest large sums for their own servers1 . If they became successful, they often had a very short time to increase their capacity by spending even more in infrastructure. Times often were quite difficult for innovation. Today there are multiple cloud providers which allow startups and large organizations to rent “servers,” or rather computing resources, on a per-second basis and to adjust capacity in a few clicks. However, cloud providers are dominated by a few large players.2 There is a risk of the whole server hosting market being consumed and dominated by them. Although there appears to be a price war at the moment that is lowering prices3 , it could change in the future and lead to decreased competition, price increases and dangerous centralization of power in the hands of a few DOWNLOAD