The Internet is broken today. Private user data is owned by mega-corporations and farmed for their benefit.
E2E encryption has the potential to change this equation. But it's constrained by a crucial limitation.
Sophisticated applications rely on servers to do things that your devices simply can't.
That's why E2E encryption only works for simple chat apps today. There's no way to build a robust server layer that has access to your data without leaking that data to corporations.
In the future, people have their own servers.
Your keyserver is the home of your digital identity. It owns your private keys and your personal data. It's your password manager, your crypto bank, your digital surrogate, and your second brain.