Can the Real Web 3.0 Please Stand Up?

Digital Content, Web 3.0

Can the Real Web 3.0 Please Stand Up?

At its core, Web 3.0 is attempting to empower organizations and individuals by getting rid of centralization and intermediaries.

The past few decades have been incredible. The Internet provided inexpensive global connectivity as the underlying backbone of digitization.  The Web offered robust, convenient navigation for information of all kinds: text, image, video, or any media. And voila`– with this universal connectivity and hypermedia – we have the computing platform that revolutionized society.

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Article: The 4 Technologies That Will Make Web 3.0 a Reality

Innovation, Web 3.0

The 4 Technologies That Will Make Web 3.0 a Reality

While the Web 3.0 stack is not yet fully developed, much progress has been made to set the foundations for a new online ecosystem that breaks away from the traditional web into new realms of online interaction.

There are many examples of early-stage Web 3.0 applications being made and used which show how much potential the technology has. The concept of Web 3.0 may be interpreted differently but it is, at its core, a movement for a free web.

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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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