Web3 and Metaverse discussed at Infoshare

What is Web3? Why do we need it and how does it work? Answers are waiting in the article and at Infoshare 2022.

29.09.2022, added by Infoshare

“The next stage of the web is the decentralized creator economy,” said Naval Ravikant, a prominent Silicon Valley investor, referring to Web 3.0. What does this new Internet era mean in practice? When will we fully experience the technology that will make this promise possible? Bartek Pucek, the author of pucek.com, answered these and other questions in his talk at Infoshare 2021.


Web1 and Web2 – The world fading away

The Internet is constantly changing and evolving. It has taken different forms over the decades. Web 1.0 was a directory-based network. There was virtually no interactivity between users and creators. Companies created content that was distributed to users and then fully monetized. 

Web 2.0 is the advent of social media, which gives users the ability to connect with others and exchange information. Content began to be created by users for users. Still, the most money was made by the platforms and the most popular creators. The biggest players – Facebook, Google, Apple, Netflix, and similar platforms – seized all of our attention and almost all of the possible related revenue.


New quality of the Internet – closer relationships with the audience

Today, everyone wants to become a content creator. Those who already have communities built around them are taking them beyond the major platforms (like YouTube, Facebook, and Twitch) to have more control over their relationship with their audience. Nowadays, there are also many more ways to make money as a content creator beyond content creation – profit is now generated not only from ads but also from paid subscriptions or promotional gadgets (so-called merch). 

Can we say that those creators are the new pioneers? They are not only creating content but opening up all sorts of businesses, creating new business models. The most popular streamers, the so-called top 1%, earn more than half of all revenue generated on Twitch. It's not easy to hit that one percent. If a creator hasn't shot into the right time period with the launch of his online business or his content isn't catchy enough, it will be difficult for him to make money from it.


Why is Web3 needed? 3 factors for change.

The creation of Web 3.0 is influenced by three factors that may solve the problems present in previous iterations of the Internet:

  • societal factor – the platforms' ownership policies. Content creators for platforms like YouTube still do not own the content – the platforms own the rights to their content.
  • economic factor – the growth of the creator economy and the growing aversion to traditional jobs. During the pandemic, people began to invest in themselves and the development of their businesses, encouraged by stories of the successes of small startups.
  • technology factor – the barrier to entry into the world of creatives lowest in years. The lower cost of technology, making it easier for the average person to start a new project or company or catch an extra job, encourages off-the-books activity.


What does Web3 mean and how does it work?

So what is Web 3.0? Following Chris Dixon, we can say that it is "the Internet owned by builders and users, orchestrated with tokens." In Web 3.0, content is created by users and for users on user-controlled platforms. This means that the author will always own the content they create. So-called distributed networking and tokens will help in this process. They will make it possible to decentralize what has been centralized for more than two decades. After all, that was the original premise of the Internet – it was supposed to be accessible to everyone.


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