Article: Is a new decentralized internet, or Web 3.0, possible?

Cloud, Data, Decentralized Internet, Open Source, Web 3.0

Is a new decentralized internet, or Web 3.0, possible?

The next level may be an actual merger of the existing internet protocol (TCP/IP) with blockchain technology . The result would be an internet capable of carrying not only packets of data but also services in a decentralized manner. This “merger” would foster a more open, resilient and plural internet that is capable of natively offering essential services such as information search, decentralized domain name management, digital identity, electronic messaging, data storage, computing power (artificial intelligence), confidentiality, traceability and electronic signature.

These services have become universal resources of the internet and, as such, should be natively provided by the network and managed as commons.

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Article: Olaf Carlson-Wee Explains Why DeFi And NFTs Will Succeed Where ICOs Fell Short

Blockchain, Crypto

Polychain Capital Founder And Chief Executive Officer Olaf Carlson-Wee InterviewOlaf Carlson-Wee Explains Why DeFi And NFTs Will Succeed Where ICOs Fell Short

Carlson-Wee: We like to be very early and long-term-oriented. Our goal is to invest in breakthrough technologies that will enable new types of human organization and behavior. It’s no accident that all the things you see in the decentralized financial ecosystem are happening on top of ethereum, from capital coordination in the form of ICOs to decentralized financial primitives, like lending and trading to stablecoins and other types of synthetic assets.

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Article: Will Web 3.0 Eliminate Platform Risk Faced By Developers & Startups?

Web 3.0

developers-startups-platformWill Web 3.0 Eliminate Platform Risk Faced By Developers & Startups?

For developers, one of the most prominent risks in terms of building applications is the utter lack of control over the platform they have chosen. Given the platform owned by a third party may decide to sell out or get shut down due to some unforeseeable reason adds substantial risk to years of hard efforts of a company and/or developers.

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