The second generation of the Web, widely dubbed as “Web2,” evolved to help users with the surge of user-generated content, social media and easy peer-to-peer communication and collaboration.
It allows businesses to reach and engage with new audiences globally and store, access and manage important data in the cloud.
Also, this web phase gave birth to Wiki, Youtube,instagram and Facebook and other video streaming applications, blog posting, podcasts, and social bookmarking as well! It witnessed the emergence of APIs (Application Programming Interface), integrating and simplifying access to different apps and interfaces.
Following 2.0, the third iteration, based on sophisticated software programs such as artificial intelligence and Machine learning Web 3.0 is becoming the internet’s buzzword.
are all to be leveraged through Web3.
However most of the capabilities of Web3 are already present in Web 2.0, so what’s new in it, then?
In Web 2.0, computers use HTTP as a unique web address to find information, which is generally stored in a single server.
While the striking difference with respect to Web 3.0 is, information can be found based on its content, and thus can be decentralized.
Payments on Web 2 are made through Government-issued money, such as the US dollar, which is used during transactions. Web3, on the other hand, uses encrypted digital currencies such as Ethereum or Bitcoin, which are assuring secured fund transactions.
Web2 includes podcasts, social bookmarking, blogs, RSS feeds, and video sites that allow two-way communication between a server and a client browser.
While Web3 uses AI and machine learning-powered Apps, dApps. For a better experience, and consistency across channels, it considers context for communication that are tailored according to individual preferences based on their past search history within an application.
Web2 applications rely on centralized servers and systems to store data, and the security protocols of the data are defined by the owners.
Whereas in the web3 applications, users will have complete control over their data. They have the freedom of sharing or keeping the information private.
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