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Web 3.0 is the new internet, and it’s changing everything we know about how information works on a global scale. In this article you’ll learn what web3 really means in the context of current events in technology as well at home with your personal life online… So let’s get started from where it’s been: Web 2.(seriously). 

The first generation or so was created back when desktop browsing only went Portrait Mode but then came along horizontal scrolling which made things like news feeds possible; before that there were no screens wide enough to show all content without wrapping around into infinity (or tilting one side over significantly more than another). 

In web2 the internet was once a simple system of interconnected computers, but now it’s evolved into something much more powerful and advanced. This evolution is called web2 because the first generation (or “we”) were based on World Wide Web technology developed at CERN in 1990s by Tim Berners- Lee—a Brit who wanted to make research easier between people across borders; he also invented HTML language for designing websites which became an international standard after him founding ISO Joint Media Task Force organization responsible for developing common standards.

Web3 is the third generation of digitalization. It’s an open-source, decentralized network that allows for peer2peer(p2p) transactions and information sharing on a global scale without requiring any central authority or middleman like banks do in order to facilitate these types if trade between two parties who have agreed upon something else instead–such as gold standard finances before credit existed.

Which One is Better Web2 Vs. Web3?

Web3 and it’s marketing strategies will be a crucial component in the future. It’s important because it allows for users to interact with one another and execute contracts, which can ultimately lead to more transparency within many global industries by removing intermediaries who may charge hefty fees associated from their work and ensures that creators fees are implemented for developers, artists and more.

With web3 we get rid of all these middlemen that are just taking cuts of our money.

What are the benefits of Web3?

Web3 provides an open, decentralized blockchain infrastructure that allows for greater transparency and security.

A lot of people might be wondering what these new technologies actually do — or why we need them in the first place. But when you look deeper into how web3 works, its benefits become clearer: financial transactions can take place without intermediaries which will cut down on fees significantly; moreover this system also offers more accuracy with data because there is no central point where information is collected from different sources before being stored digitally, so every node has direct access to all its own records and information

Businesses and leaders are trying to make sense of the potential — and pitfalls — in a rapidly changing landscape that could pay serious dividends for organizations who get it right. Many companies test out Web3 waters, but some have enjoyed major successes while others may not be so lucky. Most people don’t even really know what “Web 3” means: In March 2022 nearly 70% said they didn’t understand this term when asked on LinkedIn (HBR).

“The web is about publishing information that we assume to be public, agreed-upon knowledge. But what if everything you thought was true — was actually false?” In 2014 Ethereum’s Wood wrote this blog post which sketches out his view on how society should proceed in an era where there are no more governments or organizations trustworthy enough for us to rely upon them–so now every person has become their own municipality with complete transparency between all parties involved online in the idealized version of web3.

Web3 has come to represent a new era of democracy on the internet, where anyone can take control away from small groups and give it back towards communities. “The whole point with web three is getting ownership decision-making out into the hands of the community,” says Josh Neuroth, head of product at Ankr Web 3 infrastructure company.

With Web3, people will be able to log into a single account that can access all of their information from different websites. Instead if having individual accounts for every site they visit like on today’s internet; users must first set up an identity redeeming it through blockchain technology such as storing credentials in cryptocurrency wallets where you have more control over what sites are accessed with permissions granted by owning tokens providing governance rights within decentralized networks


Web3 is decentralized

instead of large swathes of the internet controlled and owned by centralized entities, ownership gets distributed amongst its builders and users.

Web3 is permission less

everyone has equal access to participate in Web3, and no one gets excluded.

Web3 has native payments

it uses cryptocurrency for spending and sending money online instead of relying on the outdated infrastructure of banks and payment processors.

Web3 is trustless

it operates using incentives and economic mechanisms instead of relying on trusted third-parties.

Additionally web3 communities are a great way to connect with consumers, fans and enthusiasts as a way for companies to ensure communities get all the latest information about their projects and products. There’s usually an active discussion going on about what may happen in the near future of these projects and with web3, consumers are also stakeholders, so it feels pretty cool being able to be part of a conversation that usually leaves the real supporters out of the loop.

The short summary of this is that if as a brand you are looking to empower users and instill a sense of loyalty to your brand, it is in your best interest to develop an active community. A lot of you already know this, web3 is just a tool to allow congregation and aggregation of data that can be used to ensure you are giving the people what they want..

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