Why the discussion of Web 3.0?:In this, the user will get the rights of the content, companies like Google and Facebook are in danger of ending the monopoly.

Why the discussion of Web 3.0?:In this, the user will get the rights of the content, companies like Google and Facebook are in danger of ending the monopoly.  You might have heard the name of Web 3.0 these days. Its discussion has been going on for a long time. This discussion is intensifying with time. It is being said that Web 3.0 will completely change the way we use the Internet. Some people are also calling it the metaverse. Some say that with its arrival the Internet will be decentralized. It is also being linked to cryptocurrencies and blockchain. Overall, the more mouths, the more things.  In such a situation, the question is what is Web 3.0 after all? So to understand this we have to take the car in reverse. Because its strings are connected to Web 1.0. So let's talk about Web 1.0 first.  Web 1.0 came in 1989, 32 years ago in 1989 the World Wide Web i.e. WWW was started. The Internet then was quite different from the current Internet. Then you used to get information on the Internet only in text format. This was also called Web 1.0. After this Web 2.0 started. This is the internet we are using. The existing internet is controlled in a way and is not decentralised. We search most of the internet content through Google. Google is a private company. In such a situation, your data reaches these private companies.  What is Web 3.0? The advanced version of Web 2.0 will be called Web 3.0. The biggest thing about this will be that no company will be able to control you. In Web 3.0, there will be no one company, but every user will be the owner of their content. It can be understood in this way that these days Google can use its search engine to its advantage. Like he can do his own arbitrariness in the result of the search. There have also been allegations of wrongdoing on the bar. Let's understand this with some more examples.  Meta has many platforms including WhatsApp, Instagram, Facebook. If the company wants, it can manipulate your content in its own way. By the way, in the new policy on WhatsApp this year, there have been many allegations regarding user's data access.  Companies like Google and Facebook are running monopoly in their respective circles. With the advent of Web 3.0, their monopoly may end. For this reason, these companies have started opposing the Web 3.0 concept from now on.  The concept of Web 3.0 is to decentralize the Internet. It will be based on blockchain. Cryptocurrencies are also based on the blockchain. This is the reason why cryptocurrency is a decentralized currency. Decentralized currency means that your money is not in any bank. It is kept in the bank in normal currency. In such a situation, when the bank sinks, then your currency also sinks. This harms many people.  What will change in your life with Web 3.0? After the arrival of Web 3.0, people will have more power. Your content will be yours and you will get a token in return. You post your content on any platform, you will have the rights for it. It doesn't happen now. For example, when you share any content on Facebook or YouTube, then it becomes theirs. They can use it according to their own way. In Web 3.0, no company will decide whether to remove or keep your content.  In Web 3.0 people will be able to control their data. In Web 3.0 too, the data will be in every user's device, not on a central server, just like the blockchain. It will be encrypted, so no one will be able to know which user's data is where.  Elon Musk not in support of Web 3.0 People have different opinions about Web 3.0. Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Twitter founder Jack Dorsey are also not in support of Web 3.0. Musk says that Web 3.0 sounds like marketing from reality. However, the second truth is that the tech world has been working on Web 3.0 for a long time. In the next 10 years, it is possible that Web 3.0 will replace the existing Web 2.0.


Why the discussion of Web 3.0?:In this, the user will get the rights of the content, companies like Google and Facebook are in danger of ending the monopoly.

You might have heard the name of Web 3.0 these days. Its discussion has been going on for a long time. This discussion is intensifying with time. It is being said that Web 3.0 will completely change the way we use the Internet. Some people are also calling it the metaverse. Some say that with its arrival the Internet will be decentralized. It is also being linked to cryptocurrencies and blockchain. Overall, the more mouths, the more things.

In such a situation, the question is what is Web 3.0 after all? So to understand this we have to take the car in reverse. Because its strings are connected to Web 1.0. So let's talk about Web 1.0 first.

Web 1.0 came in 1989,
32 years ago in 1989 the World Wide Web i.e. WWW was started. The Internet then was quite different from the current Internet. Then you used to get information on the Internet only in text format. This was also called Web 1.0. After this Web 2.0 started. This is the internet we are using. The existing internet is controlled in a way and is not decentralised. We search most of the internet content through Google. Google is a private company. In such a situation, your data reaches these private companies.

What is Web 3.0?
The advanced version of Web 2.0 will be called Web 3.0. The biggest thing about this will be that no company will be able to control you. In Web 3.0, there will be no one company, but every user will be the owner of their content. It can be understood in this way that these days Google can use its search engine to its advantage. Like he can do his own arbitrariness in the result of the search. There have also been allegations of wrongdoing on the bar. Let's understand this with some more examples.

Meta has many platforms including WhatsApp, Instagram, Facebook. If the company wants, it can manipulate your content in its own way. By the way, in the new policy on WhatsApp this year, there have been many allegations regarding user's data access.

Companies like Google and Facebook are running monopoly in their respective circles. With the advent of Web 3.0, their monopoly may end. For this reason, these companies have started opposing the Web 3.0 concept from now on.

The concept of Web 3.0 is to decentralize the Internet. It will be based on blockchain. Cryptocurrencies are also based on the blockchain. This is the reason why cryptocurrency is a decentralized currency. Decentralized currency means that your money is not in any bank. It is kept in the bank in normal currency. In such a situation, when the bank sinks, then your currency also sinks. This harms many people.

What will change in your life with Web 3.0?
After the arrival of Web 3.0, people will have more power. Your content will be yours and you will get a token in return. You post your content on any platform, you will have the rights for it. It doesn't happen now. For example, when you share any content on Facebook or YouTube, then it becomes theirs. They can use it according to their own way. In Web 3.0, no company will decide whether to remove or keep your content.

In Web 3.0 people will be able to control their data. In Web 3.0 too, the data will be in every user's device, not on a central server, just like the blockchain. It will be encrypted, so no one will be able to know which user's data is where.

Elon Musk not in support of
Web 3.0 People have different opinions about Web 3.0. Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Twitter founder Jack Dorsey are also not in support of Web 3.0. Musk says that Web 3.0 sounds like marketing from reality. However, the second truth is that the tech world has been working on Web 3.0 for a long time. In the next 10 years, it is possible that Web 3.0 will replace the existing Web 2.0.

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