WEB 3.0 world for successful businesses

What is WEB 1.0?

Examples of Web 1.0 are static websites and personal sites. It was a read-only static content world where you can only view the information and there were absolutely no interactions between content creators and consumers.

What is WEB 2.0?

Web 2.0 (also known as participative (or participatory) web and social web) refers to websites that emphasize user-generated content, ease of use, participatory culture, and interoperability (i.e., compatibility with other products, systems, and devices) for end-users.

What is WEB 3.0?

The term Web 3.0 was created in 2014 by Gavin Wood, Ethereum’s co-founder, though John Markoff of the New York Times is also credited for coining the term in 2006 at times. Web 1.0 covers a time that is roughly between 1991 and 2004 when internet users were mostly just consumers and not content creators.

How businesses are changing in the WEB 3.0 era

The main question to ask yourself is to know if you are ready to be successful in this era. Also, if your business is WEB 3.0-ready, and if not, how soon you can prepare.

Government in the WEB 3.0 world

WEb 3.0

The gaming industry is already there

It has been for years that games are part of this trend as you can buy different cloth, armor, guns, gems, etc. inside games and even trade them on eBay. This is not new at all.

Retail will come next

In my personal opinion, retail will be the next natural industry that enters the realm of Metaverse.

Fintech is coming

Fintech will be one of those early adopted industries as people and businesses must be able to transact within Metaverse.

Education is always there

The next natural next step for education is to become part of the Metaverse.

It is OK to be uncertain

Lastly, I wanted to stress that it is ok to be unclear and uncertain. There is a lot to understand and there are a lot of decisions to make. Many of these decisions may be wrong as well.

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