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Dawn of The First Post- Web 3.0 the next step of internet

Web 3.0

Hellooooo everyone , I am Anik Abrar a mere banker from a third world country fascinated with technological marvels and always keen to learn more about it . This is the very first post of this blog :). I hope you will enjoy it while learning something new. So let me ask you a question. Do you know about Web 3.0 ?

Well. you might have heard about the term Web3.0 which most tech enthusiasts like to call the future of internet. The internet is ever changing and  Web3.0, the so called next generation of the internet as we know it, is built on blockchain technology and promises to be more secure, decentralized and free of control of authorities across the world.

Web 1.0 and Web2.0 refer to eras of WWW(World Wide Web) as it evolved through time alongside new technology. Web 1.0 refers roughly to the period from 1989 to 2004, where most sites had static pages. Web 2.0 is based around the idea of “the web as platform” and centers on Consumer-created content uploaded to blogs, forums, wikis, social media , among other services. Web 2.0 is generally considered to have begun around 2004 and is still most prevalent form of www as of this date.

In Web2, the internet is centralized around a few big tech companies like Google, Amazon, and Facebook. These companies control our data and our online experiences. They can track our every move, sell our data to advertisers, and censor our content.

Web3 is different. It is built on blockchain technology, which is a distributed ledger that allows for secure, transparent, and tamper-proof transactions. This means that no one company will have control over Web3. Instead, it will be owned and operated by its users.

Web3 has the potential to revolutionize many aspects of our lives, including:

 

Decentralized finance (DeFi): DeFi allows users to access financial services without the need for a third party, such as a bank. This could make financial services more accessible and affordable for everyone.
Decentralized applications (DApps): DApps are applications that run on the blockchain and are not controlled by any one company. This means that they are more secure and cannot be censored.
NFTs: NFTs are unique digital assets that are stored on the blockchain. They can represent anything from art to music to in-game items. NFTs could revolutionize the way we own and trade digital assets.
Web3 is still in its early stages, but it has the potential to change the internet for the better. It is a decentralized, secure, and user-owned internet that could give us more control over our data and our online experiences.

Here are some of the benefits of Web3.0:

Decentralization: Web3 is decentralized, meaning that it is not controlled by any one company or entity. This makes it more resistant to censorship and manipulation.
Security: Web3 is built on blockchain technology, which is a secure and tamper-proof way of storing data. This makes it more secure than traditional centralized systems.
Ownership: In Web3, users own their own data and assets. This gives them more control over their online experiences.
If you are interested in learning more about Web3, there are a number of resources available online. You can also join the growing community of Web3 enthusiasts and developers.

Confused? Well think about it web 3.0 as an extension of cryptocurrency technology concepts to entire world wide web where no one person is the owner but everyone connected to it is. Nobody can fully control it alone with rules and regulations. That is all for now . See ya in the next post :).

 

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