What are the Differences between WEB 2.0 and WEB 3.0?
The most important development regarding the Internet is not only the data transfer rate but also the gradual growth of the data. With the IoT concept (Internet of Things), many different structures have emerged using the internet network. With this structure, which is to be entirely for the benefit of people, the aim is that all electronic devices and household appliances communicate with each other and make our lives easier.
This structure has gradually started to take place in our lives. For this reason, even the IP address system has changed and the IPV6 system which allows generating much more IP addresses is passed because all devices are identified on the Internet by their IP address. Connecting so many smart devices to the Internet has led to such a necessity.
In this new system, every application or social media platform is linked to a cryptocurrency wallet account created on your behalf. You will be rewarded for your unique contribution with cryptocurrencies coming directly to your wallet. The person who produces the information will be rewarded.
What Changes With WEB 3.0?
People usually communicate and exchange data with each other through an intermediary. They connect with information through structures such as an app, a website, or a social media platform. In the WEB 3.0 system, people can carry out this information through the connection between two people.
The key features of WEB 3.0 are as follows;
- Semantic (Semantic) Network
- Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning
- 3D Graphics