Web, the internet is that is all around us but the world of internet is so advanced nowadays that most of us didn’t even realize the advancement of it.
- As the name tells web 3.0 is a successor of both that is web 1.0 and web 2.0
- Even though web 3.0 is not yet implemented and there aren’t much more definitions on it
- Understanding web 1.0 and 2.0 will help us understand more about web 3.0
Web 1.0 ( 1990 to 2000)
This is the primitive stage or the primary iteration of the internet this mostly consists of static pages and not so many content creators that are most of the internet users were probably consumers.
Web 2.0 (2000- till now)
In this type of web generation, more content creators formed users started publishing commenting posting on the public forum and thus more and more content creators formed and thus with more content consumers also increased and thus web access was not limited to the reserved people rather than nowadays even school children can obtain maximum usage from the internet.
And thus internet became a commodity that can be used by anyone created by anyone.
Problems in web2.0
As with anything as features and users increase so do the problems that arise with it.
The major problem with this web 2.0 is that more unreliable pieces of information started piling up since anyone can add information rumors and false information filled up the major part of the web this affected the experience of the consumers and also many started exploiting the people with regards to the data with more consumers in the market data became the most sought commodity that can be easily stolen and thus sold for money.
As already mentioned event though there isn’t much information about the web3.0 that is yet to come.
But from the failures of web 2.0, we can conclude that web 3.0 is supposed to be a decentralized and sematic web type that is monitored and constructed by AI and verifiable self-governing and would be permissionless.
In a decentralized platform user, data can be monitored by the user itself and also inspect the code that runs the platform.
It might also connect the consumers directly to the providers and thus no cuts of profits would be from electronic transition.
But as already said we have to wait to know more about what web 3.0 has to provide for us.
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