I read this blog (cached version) (and the related cached tweet) about replacing TCP/IP with blockchain.
The Internet has a serious fundamental flaw: the transmission control protocol/internet protocol (TCP/IP)—the primary engine underpinning the Internet—is less secure. Is #blockchain the solution we need to eliminate this flaw?
Blockchain can eliminate the TCP/IP’s fundamental security flaws.
An important value of using Blockchain is allowing users—particularly those who do not need to trust one another—to share valuable information securely and transfer value in a tamper-proof manner. This is because Blockchain stores data using complex cryptography and extremely difficult protocols for attackers to manipulate.
Blockchain technology provides a secure and immediate way of transmitting digital assets from anywhere in the world to anyone in the world.
But I see a lot of people are saying it's not a good replacement.
But I don't understand why exactly? What are the reasons?