When you’re paying for an advertisement on Twitter, the ads you see are recorded in the Ethereum blockchain.

These ads are not stored on a server.

They’re being streamed into the blockchain as a payment in the form of tokens.

They are stored in the public ledger called the DAO.

The DAO is a digital asset with a limited supply of coins.

It was created in the late 1800s by an anonymous entrepreneur named Satoshi Nakamoto.

Since then, it has been used by people around the world to exchange money, create digital currencies, manage trust systems, and transact with businesses.

Its main purpose is to incentivize people to invest in the platform.

Ethereum has built the blockchain to allow these types of transactions to happen.

But for now, there’s a problem.

The blockchain is not yet fully secure, and users should be wary of paying for ads on the platform with money in their accounts.