Neutral computing spaces

Programmable blockchains like Ethereum do not only offer a way to transact simple monetary value between two parties, but are also able to run code, or programs, that are deployed to the network. Traditionally programs run on servers that are controlled by singular entities - companies, organisations, people. The execution of a program's code, the transaction as it were, is handled either by a server or a client, either at point A or point B of the connection.

In the case of Ethereum the execution of a program happens between the two parties. A simple yet very profound shift that gives rise to neutral computing spaces, that neither sender nor receiver controls entirely.

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