What is Censorship Resistance
The notion that no party can prevent anybody from joining a specific platform or network is a reference to censor resistance. Censorship resistance in blockchain systems ensures that all the rules of a network are equitably established and abided by users and cannot be adjusted for self-gain.
A blockchain that is censor-resistant virtually guarantees that all transactions in a network are safe and unchanging from possible interference. When a transaction is finished, it is scattered to each node inside the network and is virtually unchangeable. Initially incorporated by Bitcoin, the said property has since been taken up by a wide range of crypto project projects.
Of particular benefit to decentralized finance (DeFi) is censorship resistance, since conventional finance products are loaded with limitations and various intermediaries are blocking access and intervening with transactions to certain types of persons. DeFi serves authentic finance, although with higher risk and higher yields, which is immune to censorship.
Many advocates regard blockchains as a way of achieving freedom from present system mistreatment. The integration of distributed ledger technology (DLT) in journalism has been advocated in the last few years. Numerous journalists face repression by strong organizations and internet giants, which makes decentralized social tools such as Steem, Subsocial, and much more available.
It is exceptionally hard to censor a blockchain, although it's not unthinkable. The above type of situation could occur by a 51% attack, but the impact would only be time-limited because the maintenance of such threats is expensive and therefore a major dissuasion for assailants.