If you look at many organizations and even startups that have become unicorns today, you might be amazed how many of them are advocates of keeping a centralized chain of command. Most of them vouch for centralization as the reason for their growth. However, what enterprises fail to factor in is the rise of technology. It demands more value and transparency to the user, which Web 3.0 aims to bring.
Web 3.0 is the latest buzzword causing disruptions in reading, writing, and interacting with the internet. This new Internet technology unfurls immense scope for businesses and users to own and control a part of the web. But what is Web 3.0? How Will it Change the Way We Use the Internet?