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The Evolution of Web
The popularity of Social Media platforms like Facebook and YouTube will decline in the future, and they will be taken over by decentralized content creation platforms. In short, Web 3.0 gives the power back to content creators. This means that businesses will need to build their communities on decentralized platforms using blockchain technologies. Creating and promoting NFTs is one such tactic that future-focused businesses are exploring at the moment.
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Web 1.0 (1989-2005):
The first iteration of the Internet was Web 1.0, where most of the participants were consumers of static content in the form of text and images from a file system rather than a database. Only a few people knew how to operate and use the internet back then.
Web 2.0 (1999-2012):
Web 2.0 became interactive, and you didn’t have to be a developer to create content, which included GIFs and videos. However, users didn’t have control over their data and most companies didn't even get user consent to track their data. Web 2.0 applications also faced a lot of data breaches.
Web 3.0 (2006-ongoing):
Decentralization is the main difference between Web 2.0 and Web 3.0, with the latter running on blockchains and decentralized networks of many servers. It is meant to use blockchains, 3D graphics, metaverse, and the Semantic Web where privacy and ownership is important.