Hi! I'm an advocator of free-speech and I find this forum really exciting. Not only because people are actually coming up with individual ideas, but also because it seems to be a sense of organization and resistance against oppression that we (people in heavily oppressed countries) love to see. We now how you feel, we have been there.
I'm from Venezuela and as you may know, we don't really have a lot of free-speech here. You can lose some perks or even your basic rights if you don't seem to follow the leaders' narrative. It's dangerous to publish on social networks like Twitter or Facebook because they obviously don't dislike Maduro and like the Left very much - which means they may facilitate Maduro's party our personal information at some point. So a lot of us just kind of spectate the world in silence.
My question is: could this "Decentralization" movement have an impact on heavily oppressed countries and silenced? If you find a way of allowing us participate on discussion in a way that we don't have to worry about the owner of the platform getting corrupted, I guarantee you will get a lot of extra support from the silenced countries.
Thank you all and keep up the great work!