The next point: most likely all the data in networks, including your content (photos, videos, pictures, etc.) can be tokenized. That is, any photo you take can have uniqueness and verified ownership, like current NFT tokens. This will help content authors make money on it easier.
Example: that is, on Instagram, each of your photos can be NFT. This does not mean that you need to sell it. It simply confirms that you are the creator and owner of this image. This is the original and can be verified on the blockchain.
Next feature of Web 3.0 – updated Identity – the identity of the user. First of all, Web 3.0 allows you to surf, download, buy, buy without being able to trace your real identity. Let’s take a closer look here: there will be special services in which you will have to verify your identity and create your digital identity. Further, when interacting with different DApps, they will definitely mean that there is a real person behind Identity, and this is your identity. Actions will be transparent and accessible to all. But it will be impossible to trace the real identity thanks to ciphering. Second, your identity in Web 3.0 will be cross-platform. That is, you do not need to register every time, you can use your identity everywhere.
Also, thanks to Identity and tokenization, any digital items can become cross-platform … This can be understood from blockchain games. Firstly, we remember that this is not all on a single server, but on a decentralized database, so that everything that you have earned or collected in the game will not be taken away from you just like that. Plus, these will all be tokens that are tied to your identity. That is, if you find or bought a sword in the game, you can transfer it to another game, or sell it on some marketplace.
But if Instagram is in Web 3.0 will not be able to just remove content, what to do with a bunch of SPAM, pornography and other types of obscene content? Moderation and bans are needed, you just need to upgrade and democratize this tool. Web 3.0 assumes that all organizations, companies, services and applications will be DAOs – Decentralized Autonomous Organizations. They don’t have a CEO or board of directors. They have users who have the right to vote. It is the DAO that will vote by voting to determine the tariff scale and editorial policy, the amount of remuneration and punishment.
Well, speaking of Web 3.0, one cannot but say about the metaverse. This may be a topic for a separate article, and you know what to do, but now just a few words about what it is. Essentially, the metaverse is a social media upgrade from web 2.0. You will have an identity with the properties described earlier, your crypto wallet is tied to it, all your digital content. The real identity is hidden thanks to ciphering. All this is on a decentralized database and is managed through the DAO. Something like this.
Difficulties of transition to Web 3.0
The transition to Web 3.0 is long and difficult. After all, you need to revise the entire Internet stack, switch from generally accepted protocols http and others to new decentralized rails, change the management schemes for companies and projects to DAO. This is a huge colossus, on which the entire economy and life of the planet is now tied.
In addition, regular users also need time to switch to DApps, figure out how it all works, and so on. So all this takes time. How many? We do not know, but we will try to bring the offensive of Web 3.0 closer to the best of our ability, since this is the right vector for decentralization, democratization and privacy. In the meantime, we will use Web 2.1, Web 2.2, Web 2.3 and so on, until the very same Web 3.0 comes.
What is the Web. 3.0?
Web 3.0 is something that will not live on centralized servers owned by specific people or companies. It will be a distributed database that will be stored on special nodes (nodes), and anyone can become the owner of the node. Thus, no company can single-handedly delete any content, because thousands of users will have a copy of the database. More …
What is dApp?
dApp – d
. This is what common applications will be called when the era of Web 3.0 arrives
What is DAO?
De centralized autonomous organizations. They don’t have a CEO or board of directors. They have users who have the right to vote. It is the DAO that will vote by voting to determine the tariff scale and editorial policy, the amount of remuneration and punishment.