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Distribution within the Web3 framework refers to the decentralization and dispersion of data, control, and functions across a network of nodes. This approach enhances redundancy, accessibility, and security, contributing to the resilience and democratization of digital ecosystems.

Distributed networks

Distributed networks comprise interconnected nodes that collaboratively process, store, and transmit data. This architecture fosters resilience, scalability, and accessibility, forming the backbone for decentralized applications and services within the Web3 paradigm.

Distributed systems

Distributed systems are a network of interconnected nodes that collaboratively execute tasks and share resources. This decentralized approach enhances scalability, fault tolerance, and efficiency, shaping the foundation for resilient and collaborative applications in the Web3 landscape.