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Web3 refers to a new era of the internet — a decentralized internet governed by the blockchain protocol. Tech innovations such as blockchain and decentralized apps have led to a new iteration of the internet — Web3.
Web3 is built upon the concepts of openness, decentralization, and greater user control. Though there is no single definition of Web3, it has some defining features:
— Trustlessness and permissionlessness
— Artificial intelligence and machine learning
— Uniquity and connectivity
— Open, stable, and decentralized
— Social, accessible, and centralized
— Survivable, controllable, and censored
Web 2.0 refers to websites that emphasize user-generated content, ease of use, participatory culture, and interoperability for end users. It can describe the current state of the internet.
Web 2.0 does not refer to any specific technical upgrades to the internet; it refers to a shift in how the internet is used. Users can comment, share their content, create Google docs and share them around. Web 2.0 is the era of the so-called social internet.
Both Web 1.0, and Web 2.0 are just transitional phases in the evolution of the Internet. Web 3.0 is predicted to revolutionize the internet and be called the Semantic Web.
Today's state of the Internet
can be described as:
— Web 1.0
— Web 2.0
— Web 3.0
Web3 Adoption Congress is a series of events that aim to increase the speed of adoption, bringing real industry players together with Web3 players to discuss in panels how to boost adoption of the next-gen internet.
What is Web 3.0 Adoption Congress?
— A series of events focused on the development of the decentralized Web3 internet
— Community of developers
— Big, centralized organizations