What is Web3
First, lets see the previous generations:
The first wave of the Internet began in the 1980s, and the iconic event was that two computers “communicated” through the customs clearance protocol. This protocol is the TCP/IP protocol created in 1983.
The network (World Wide Web) in this period can’t do too much “interconnection”, and more information is read-only.
Netscape (Netscape) is typical of this period, publishing information on the Internet.
- High barriers to access technology
- Index function without information
Web 3.0 (concept was born in 2014)
- Content is censored and deleted
- Malicious comments
- The content is randomly quoted or plagiarized
- The economic interests of creators are determined by the platform
Medium (Web2 product)
Mirror (Web3 product)
By comparing the two products, Medium and Mirror, we can see that blockchain distributed storage provides a commercially feasible solution for information transparency and non-tampering from the technical level.