Web 3.0

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Web 3.0 is how we refer to the third generation of Internet services for web pages and applications. Web 1.0 consisted of static pages in which users couldn’t interact. Next, Web 2.0 introduced user collaboration through, among other things, social networks. Web 3.0 will use data comprehension to achieve intelligent, open, and connected websites. The metaverse is just one example, although the implementation or full definition of Web 3.0 is still ongoing.

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