There will always be the next ‘big thing’ however Web3.0 is far more than just a fad….it’s reinventing the internet as we have come to know it.
Web 1.0 first
First came Web1.0 that consisted of static webpages that we simply consumed and could not interact with.
Web 2.0 is currently used
Web2.0 followed and websites were driven by dynamic pages created on the fly by a database not only personalising to each user’s request but also pre-emptively offering any additional information the user might ask for next. The main drawback to this method is that information became centralised and the ‘winners’ cornered opportunities such as FaceBook that has led to privacy concerns.
Web 3.0 soon
Arrive Web3.0 and information becomes decentralised and anyone can actually own a piece of the web and atomically control the information they own…so gone will be the days that Twitter can ban anyone. The key to this new feature is based on blockchain to assign ownership to the individual irrespective of where the information is hosted.
We are all about solving hard problems using new techniques. There are many more advantages that can be viewed below the additional post information.