The internet could regain the openness envisioned for it
Adoption of the Beckn protocol stack could decentralize e-commerce and let new players thrive
When Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web, the internet was just a network of computers housed in universities and other academic institutions. Many have said that his idea of building connections using a hypertext markup to connect different pages of content gave us the web of information we rely on so heavily today. While that may be the case, the internet would never have grown to what it has had it not been for the fact that he chose to build it as an open and decentralized system.