Article: “History Shows Us That You Foster Adoption By Dropping Barriers to Entry”

Decentralized Internet, Web 3.0

“History Shows Us That You Foster Adoption By Dropping Barriers to Entry”

I’m focusing only on evolution in terms of how distribution and wealth is created and dispersed. Web 3 is in the process of disrupting the tech industry and even the future of work completely. I have absolutely no doubt in my mind that projects which open up more opportunities for end-users to turn into collaborators/partners will attract more viral platforms than we have ever seen before. Just as we have seen an explosion of e-commerce through the internet, we will gradually but surely see an explosion of the Web 3 economy.

To provide a contextual example of how and why I think Web 3 alternatives will beat out Web 2.0, I think that over time platforms such as YouTube, which only reward top performers, will be outperformed by upstart Web 3.0 alternatives that reward users from their first video, referrals, curation and other tasks from day one.

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Article: What is bitcoin? Why the digital currency became popular

Crypto

What is bitcoin? Why the digital currency became popularWhat is bitcoin? Why the digital currency became popular

BITCOIN ($ BTC) had its origin as open source software (Open Source), presented by “Satoshi Nakamoto”, alias of a programmer or group of programmers whose motivation for its development was the economic crisis of 2008 – 2009, specifically the decision to print money for the rescue of banks after the credit and stock market crisis of the real estate bubble.

Bitcoin is known as the first cryptocurrency of the more than 2,000 that exist today, independent of any government authority (decentralization), its production is completely digital, subject to an issuance limited to 21 million Bitcoins .

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