Web 3.0: The Evolution of the Internet from One-Page Sites to Metaverses

What is Web 3.0

Internet Web 3.0 is the concept of the development of the next generation of the Internet, which is built around decentralization. Users will be able to manage content without corporate censorship and regulations. The concept makes the Internet freer.

How the Internet developed

The Internet evolved without a conscious division into specific eras, though we can look back now and identify some generalities. First there were simple one-page sites, then new functions were added step by step, and over time humanity discovered that the infrastructure and concept of the Internet had changed. At this stage, experts were able to identify previous eras, draw conclusions, and formulate ideas for the Internet of the future.

Amazon website from 1995, when it was still an online bookstore
This is what Facebook looked like in 2004. Now it is part of the online empire Meta, which had revenues of $ 118 billion in 2021.

Disadvantages of the Web 2.0 Internet model

Today’s Internet has moved far away from one-page sites, with different functions, technologies, services, and platforms. Without letting go of our smartphone, we can order groceries delivered, watch funny videos with kittens, turn on the washing machine, and send money to mom. But aside from the development of the concept of Web 2.0, there are also many shortcomings.

What the Internet Web 3.0 will be like

At the moment Web 3.0 is not implemented as a product. There is, however, an ongoing process of concept formation and crystallization of principles. Here are some of them:

This is what the difference between monopolized data management and decentralized data management looks like. Each DAO participant has the ability to influence the product

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