Web 3.0 Transformation
The web is always evolving. Web 1.0 was the “read only” web, dominated by centrally generated static content. Web 2.0, aka the “read-write web,” allowed users to interact with dynamic content, collaborate, and contribute their own content. This gave rise to the large platforms that dominate the Internet today, and such platforms are almost entirely client-server based.
But the client-server architecture introduces a number of challenges in specific problem domains. For transactions that must be provable or verified, can you trust that your data is protected against corruption?
Enter the Decentralized Web, or Web 3.0, which is a collection of technologies that centers around:
No central point of control. Transactions are distributed, both in terms of storage and validation.
Ownership of data. Ownership of individual data stores is attributed to a specific owner in a cryptographically provable way.
Interoperability. Access to data is technology- and platform-agnostic from the beginning.
Service availability. No single point of failure means increased availability.
While Web 3.0 will never replace all traditional centralized/client-server approaches, it can be the right answer for some problems. We can help your team understand and correctly apply the technology innovations that this transformational shift brings. Contact Rule4 today.