Web 3.0 is the next generation of the internet. It is a decentralized web that will be built on blockchain technology and will have a lot of new features.
Web 3.0 is not just about the internet, it's about how we live our lives in this digital age. It's about how we interact with each other, how we share information, and how we do business with each other.
With the increasing attention to the protection of users’ privacy and the issues with privacy on platforms like Facebook, people are seeking practical solutions to their privacy concerns. Web 3.0 is seen as a possible solution that could protect the privacy and provide alternatives.
The definition of Web 3.0, predicts that the dominant medium of communication, trade, and entertainment will be Internet-enabled computers and handsets. Web 1.0 was centered on navigating static webpages, Web 2.0 focused on social media, blogging, and other collaborations with which user-generated content flows through many nodes in a network to create ad hoc connections between multiple devices.
While Web 3.0 will have seamless integration with physical reality where people can interact with content that persists in physical space through wearable technologies. Digital platforms like web browsers will augment the world when they contextualize it and track people’s movements while they are walking through long rows of shelving in a warehouse or reading a special section on products at an electronics store.
Web 3.0 has seen a lot of development in the past decade thanks to advancements in technologies such as NFTs, blockchain, and AI. These cutting-edge technologies are powering the next generation networks that are expected to change our lives in more ways than one.
Decentralized systems will do away with typical internet protocols like traffic delays, spam, and centralized data storage so we can all globally collaborate and create together without bounds. These decentralized Web 3.0 applications will exist on the web without any central management. In these Web 3 experiences, users and content creators have total control of their creative data that’s stored on their hardware or phone instead of centralized servers controlled by an entity outside of us like Facebook or Google which is currently done for our Web 2 experience.