A decentralized network refers to the accommodation of interconnected but distinct elements that often interact with one another without the intervention of any centralized server. Over a decentralized network, every computer acquires an up-to-date copy of the accessible data.
This ensures that the network doesn’t need to rely upon a single computer server. Mitigating this single point of governance, decentralized networks offer better optimization with 100% uptime.
A blockchain is the byproduct of a decentralized network. Decentralization also enables better resource distribution optimization, ensuring the end-to-end services can be delivered with utmost effectiveness and reliability.