What's interesting is thinking about the "Wayback Machine" with respect to BitCoin (SV). Either a website could pay Nodes to retain old versions of their web pages (after new alterations), or an entity interested in Wayback Machine retention would have to pay. Thus Wayback Machine information retrieval could get quite expensive, as the cost to access old things would need to cover all the money paid to keep the old data.
BUT, the blockchain would make all that old data un-alterable-- which is different from Google now, who can control things like court-case outcomes if they like.
Perfect example, Google doesn't show BSV / USD prices in their search engine, but show BCH and btc and all the other crappola. So clearly they have a political agenda against Craig and/or BSV. So if there was a certain court case that used Wayback Machine entries as "evidence", it's not really admissable bc Google is a biased unreliable party to hold such information. But the blockchain is robust and decenralized, so wouldn't have the ability to manipulate evidence with bias.
Voila, pretty easy used case for a decentralized blockchain where a copy is kept by MULTIPLE 3rd parties instead of ONE. Wayback Machine Data Provider probably be a low-margin business for Nodes, but at least 2 or 3 Nodes would likely compete to offer it at low margin. Ideal.