Meet the next big thing in crypto: Data Unions. Data Unions are acting as a bridge between Web2 and Web3, helping to convert data from the tech giants into Web3 assets. This will be a massive win for the Web3 space, as the largest digitally native asset in the world – information – floods into the space and starts to get traded and even financialised.
Polkadot has once again been vocal about its commitment to developing more blockchain bridges to allow its ecosystem to connect with external networks, facilitating cross-chain integration and interoperability.
The blockchain network has become increasingly popular among developers and investors, quickly becoming one of the hottest projects in the blockchain ecosystem as its cryptocurrency DOT reaches the top 6 by market capitalization.
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.