2022-05-25 02:30:28

7 Reasons Why Web 3.0 is the Ultimate Google Killer

Google has over 4 billion active users globally, enjoying a wide range of services like communication, financial, health, marketing, and entertainment. It’s part of a worldwide web 2.0 which has massive flaws. Most projects based on Web 2.0, including Google, social media networks, and others, have been accused of messing with consumer data. Fortunately, after Blockchain’s launch in 2009, a web 3.0 system was discovered. It combines features like tokenization and decentralization at its core. Web 3.0 has been termed the much-awaited Google killer. This guide explores eight reasons why web 3.0 will kill Google. Decentralizes Ownership of Data One of the biggest prons associated with the web 3.0 over Google is the decentralized data ownership. In the web2, data owners are mostly the giant social networking pages like Facebook, Twitter, or even Amazon. While data garnered in web2 is often used to improve services, most centralized networks sell the data to other marketers. The collection and transfer of information in web2 majorly depend on the efficiency of social media networks. Using the power of blockchain, web3 decentralizes the whole idea of data ownership. The actual data owner is tokenized for selling their information, ensuring the original data owner benefits from the data. As it continues to grow and people realize the data power offered to them via web 3. More people will start taking advantage of web 3 to get passive...

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