Web 3.0 is the new subject to come up over during a coffee break at a business meeting or a casual night out with a bunch of friends. The emergence of new technology and the various controversies involving the major Web platforms have made it evident that the Web is once again changing.
Those who have access to our data tend to use it to reignite the idea that a Web must be created by and for users in order to achieve decentralization. Characteristics that we missed in web 1.0 and web 2.0 and desperately expect to see in Web3 or Web 3.0, which may already be undergoing mutation.
Thus, let’s take a brief look at the history of the web and its evolution in years.