Compared to the idea of the web to which we are all accustomed, made of newsfeed, like, streaming and online shopping, the Web3 opens the doors to a completely new paradigm and to an almost unlimited number of new applications.
A revolution destined to involve and encompass more and more sectors, from finance to insurance, from figurative art to music, from industry to agriculture, to the real estate market and collectibles.
Everyone’s network, for everyone.
Thanks to the Blockchain architecture and the distributed register system, the Web3 is no longer bound to the control of large private corporations that dictate the rules and can decide how and when to change them, penalising some and privileging others arbitrarily.
Through Blockchain and Decentralized Applications, everyone can have equal access to the network and fully exploit its full potential, without limits or barriers to entry, in a free and democratic way, which is impossible with the tools of the Web2.
Web3 moves from a system based on a central authority to a trustless model, where each transaction is certified by network nodes, in a democratic and transparent way, and where each individual user can participate directly in common decisions.
The fields of application of the Web3
Top security and privacy protection
But being able to rely on a decentralized structure such as that of Blockchain, also allows to significantly increase the security of the network: in the absence of a central authority, the vulnerability of the system is also reduced, as a Single Point of Failure (SPF) is missing.
Even in the event of a computer attack or a problem with a particular server, the data will never be lost, but will always remain available at the other nodes of the network.
In addition, unlike Web1 and Web2, Web3 guarantees maximum protection of the user’s sensitive data: access to DApps and related services is in fact anonymous and takes place through the use of crypto wallets, without the need to enter your ID or to go through Google or Facebook accounts.
Digital law, real property.
In Web3 not only the user is not bound to the great giants of the Internet, but his data and information no longer belong to third parties able to exploit them for commercial purposes.
In addition, Blockchain offers numerous possibilities to create value and manage ownership of financial assets without relying on banks or other institutions. An example are NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, non-fungible tokens that uniquely certify the possession of digital and non-digital goods, documents, requirements and access rights to certain services.