Web 3

To get to what Web 3 is, let’s look at what Web 2 is, which is what we’re experiencing today. Web 2 is the Internet as we know it today. The internet provider has access to our data, just like the big corporations, and based on that they can track our activity and then they can sell that activity on. Not to mention that it is easy to censor. There are zero benefits to the user in such a system, but huge benefits to those trying to determine what is and is not right. Deleting social media accounts is a huge trend today, and the lovers of the one truth have all the means to do so, as well as the consent you give when you sign up.

Web 3 is an alternative for those who can filter their own content without someone else doing it for them. For those who want to control their lives on the web, who can differentiate and decide freely what is good for them and what is not.

Top features of the web 3

01

Interaction on the web3 without an intermediary

02

Web3 is permissionless: everyone has equal access to participate in Web3 and no one is excluded (without censorship).

03

Web3 has native payments: it uses cryptocurrency to spend and send money online (without banks)

04

Web3 allows direct ownership through non-interchangeable tokens (NFTs) (without institutions to control ownership).

05

On Web3, your data lives on the blockchain. You can freely change platforms for example ( if you don't like the value of one platform you can go to another)

06

In addition to owning your data in Web3, you can own the platform as a collective using tokens that act as shares in the company. DAOs allow you to coordinate the decentralized ownership of the platform and decide its future (each of you is a shareholder).