Article: The Metaverse, Web3, and the Inevitability of NFTs

Crypto, Web 3.0

The Metaverse, Web3, and the Inevitability of NFTs

NFTs’ astronomic rise was the culmination of the initial innovation in 2017, the steadily established infrastructure of exchanges & wallets, and macro tailwinds.

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Article: API Management: What CIOs Should Know

Open Source, Software

API Management: What CIOs Should Know

“Many of our customers want to go to this future where they actually have an API economy and an API catalog and they expose data across all the silos of their company,” Charles Lamanna, corporate vice president for the low-code application platform at Microsoft, tells CIO.com.

Using an API gateway or other API management solutions with a low-code platform “unlocks tons of opportunity, because developers can build those microservices and publish them for other developers to consume, and citizen developers can consume them via the Power platform,” Lamanna says, by way of example.

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Article: Embracing Web 3.0: The New Internet Era Will Begin Soon

Web 3.0

Embracing Web 3.0: The New Internet Era Will Begin Soon

When something leaves the world, something new is born! Web 2.0 is soon going to be replaced with its smarter sibling i.e. Web 3.0; overcoming the issues of security and privacy.

Instead of insecure databases and opaque data sharing practices, Web 3.0 will return control to the users which mean they will be able to access data from anywhere; mainly being driven by cloud applications and smart-phones. Apart from security, personalization is another add-on!

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Article: How Web3.0 Can Become a Safe Haven for Private Data?

Blockchain, Crypto, Web 3.0

How Web3.0 Can Become a Safe Haven for Private Data?

It’s almost impossible to talk about Web3.0 without digging into blockchain and the surrounding crypto tech. The reason for this is simple. In the pre-crypto era, the dream of a decentralized web, controlled by people rather than governments or corporations, was just that, a dream. While Bitcoin’s or Ethereum’s success as a new currency is questionable, what it really did was tip the fragile balance. For the first time we saw a live demonstration of a decentralized network. But what the dream needs now is infrastructure.

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