Web3 will fundamentally change our economy, our financial system, our personal lives — and how, ultimately, we interact with the world.
Blockchain-based data markets have great potential — they can prevent manipulation and ensure trust, transparency and data quality.
The Web3 economy explained: Decentralization and trustlessness are building blocks to ensure fairness, equality and market efficiency.
Web3 introduces new democratized economics: collaborative investing, incentives for long-term thinking, and innovative income generation.
Know Your Customer (KYC) is a necessity for exchanges Web3 projects, but does it encroach on decentralization? Compliance could hold the key.
Silicon Valley is titan of innovation and VC. The decentralization, geographic impartiality and crypto-centricity of Web3 will disrupt this.
Social media companies are increasingly censoring users. Internet decentralization and Web3 can serve as catalysts for censorship resistance.
Web2 changed the world. But our personal data continues to be compromised. The promise of Web3? Decentralization and data ownership.
Web3 is a dawning reality, and it is still in development. But how did we get here? And what benefits could Web3 promise?