Requests for a new web are obvious, users have waited for more comfort so long. We can’t cope with the flow of information from the Internet very often. Web 3.0 is already somewhere nearby, it is needed, and a little more time will pass and the solution of the above problems will become inevitable.
Tip of the Hat to Steve Vervaecke.
Who reads academic papers? Give up. Answer: Other academics, students, and curious people with an interest in often arcane research.
Here’s another question: What characteristic do many of these journal readers share? Answer: A desire to zoom through information without paying.
ROBERT STEELE: I value Ben Fulford, whose decades of work as a financial and political journalist with a focus on Deep State and Asia are unmatched by anyone I know. Subscribe to him here. Today’s report is quite good. Below is a graphic from that report.
Our Web 3.0 working group has a more nuanced and comprehensive plan than the above, but the above is useful as a public perception device — it is easier to shut BigTech down and migrate than most people imagine.
Organisations are turning to open source storage solutions to gain value from the data they store. But, what has driven this trend?
- Cloud architectures and open source storage
- Open source in the analytics space
- Open source storage driving intelligence
The forthcoming wave of Web 3.0 goes far beyond the initial use case of cryptocurrencies. Through the richness of interactions now possible and the global scope of counterparties available, Web 3.0 will cryptographically connect data from individuals, corporations and machines, with efficient machine learning algorithms, leading to the rise of fundamentally new markets and associated business models. The result is akin to a “return to the global village” — daily immersion in the human-centric & highly personalised interactions from which we used to benefit, yet now delivered at the global scale of the internet and supporting an ever-increasing myriad of human and machine skills specialisations.